It's no surprise that many of us have mix feelings about the Epic Game Store. Many of us hate it because Epic is trying to bring the console wars to PC while others believe the same thing as YongYea, that Epic will improve in time as Steam wasn't all sunshine and roses when it first started. Personally, I despise everything about the Epic Game Store and what it represents. Tim Sweeney doesn't want competition. If he did then he wouldn't want to do game store exclusives. He wants Epic to become the Wal-Mart of PC gaming and Wal-Mart isn't exactly known for it's quality. This is after all coming from the guy who said that his store will never have user reviews (cuz that sure as hell isn't anti-consumer or anything!). This and that Fortnite money maybe why the likes of 2K CEO Strauss Zelnick (who can't live without the blood of virgins and children to sustain his life essences daily) has pretty much stated that all 2K published games will be Epic exclusives. The big wigs in the Western game industry think that we are all little pay pigs that will buy the next shiny object without a care or a damn. Although, I think they underestimated PC gamers: https://nichegamer.com/2019/05/22/m...-absolute-majority-of-sales-were-on-consoles/ This is interesting to me as Metro became a best selling franchise thanks in part to the PC gaming community. It looks like now though that those PC gamers are sticking it to publishers like Deep Sliver, who made THQ Nordic make their game a Epic exclusive or those same PC gamers decided to buy the game for console instead. Which probably helped contribute to Metro: Exodus having a high console sale but weak PC sale. If I were a publisher thinking of making a anticipated game be a Epic exclusive, I would be a little nervous right now and would be having second thoughts. What do you guys think? Feel free to comment or disagree and tell us why.