I was reading another thread on the topic of Limbo going over to Steam and the PSN and I was shocked (well... I used to be shocked. Now I'm starting to accept most people's disappointing stance as a gamer) to read some of my fellow user's replies.
Copyrights and fanboyism aside... It is disgraceful on a certain level that Microsoft can't keep one of their prime Summer of Arcade games on the Xbox. It just isn't right. Like Goldeneye 007 coming to the XBLA... it just isn't right. Does no gamer today have any pride anymore? Are we all just a bunch of casuals and conservatives now?
I mean, how would you all feel if things had been a little different and Halo CE Anniversary was released on all three consoles? And don't reply with "that would be cool" or something of the like. First party AAA titles should stay first party. Even though Limbo wasn't first party, some sort of agreement should have been in place. I'm not a fanboy. But some titles should stay on their respected company consoles ans handhelds forever. It's what gives Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony each their own flavor and awesomeness. I say let them each keep their respected identities. Sure, obviously if the big three worked together more it would spur greatness. But not unconditional sharing. Is there really anyone here that disagrees?