Well not really, for example here's some news from the producer of 1943 on their forums about the PC version:
War Man wrote:Why is this in the Console and Console games section? This game will be out for pc for Christ sake.
a) I reported it saying it should be moved
b) The game is not out on PC so console gamers are the only ones that can comment on this topic.
I suggest you report it to be moved back in September perhaps?
http://forums.electronicarts.co.uk/batt … pment.htmlDear PC Gamer(s),
I know you might feel disappointed about the PC release being in September rather than June, but you should be very happy to know this is to give us the proper development time to create a proper PC version of Battlefield 1943 and not a console port. To the contrary of some less informed fans out there this is in no means an intentional ploy to punish our PC fans. And is in fact quite the opposite, we want to make the best damn PC version we can for our PC fans!
Not to bore your eyes out with endless text about the how's and do's I will say to make this a proper PC version we need a completed core game to develop over and remember we already released Battlefield Bad Company with the Frostbite Engine on the consoles, so this will be first PC game ever released using Frostbite! PCs are an open platform requiring additional features, support, technical consideration, and can't just be thrown out there using copy/paste. We have thought very carefully about this decision and in the long run felt it was the right choice even though we knew we'd catch some flak for it, but we feel once you play the first Frostbite PC game ever from DICE you'll see why we put this extra time and care in on the development making all right again in the universe. I hope this helps clear things up better and answers your concern(s).
Gordon Van Dyke
Battlefield 1943 Producer
Kinda pointless moving it to the console forum. I think it's just some bitter PC guys who don't want to see it there cos it ain't out yet, exactly the type of bitchers and whiners that this producer is trying to address.