Muffalopadus Apr 9, 2013 @ 4:03pm
Hate GFWL, but show love for Twisted Pixel.
I know theres a lot of hate for the DREADED GFWL, but Twisted Pixel are awesome. It was inevitable that the game incorperated guhfwul since it was an arcade game, but I bought it anyway.

I just really hope that they develop proper PC games (COUGH*COMIC JUMPER*COUGH) next time.

The port is just fine as far as performace goes for me. There are silly port things of course, but its still pretty cheap. SHOW LOVE AND HOPEFULLY IT WILL BE RECIPROCATED!
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plyr1739 Apr 10, 2013 @ 5:50am 
it's a joke Microsoft require Steam to be noticed
i had to install xlive account manually and no online play
Gandhax Apr 11, 2013 @ 4:36pm 
The funny thing is that a lot of other Microsoft published Arcade games have found it's way on Steam without GFWL, but Steamworks. See Deadlight for example. It just shows that Twisted Pixels really don't care about PC.
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Muffalopadus Apr 11, 2013 @ 5:48pm 
I dunno. Its probably more complicated than that. I didn't play The Maw so idk if that had GFWL either.

For a studio with such a great sense of humor, I can't see why they'd be jerks and "not care about the PC"
Dr. Tran! Apr 13, 2013 @ 5:27am 
The Maw was published for PC before Microsoft bought Twisted Pixel. Ms. Splosion Man uses GFWL because it uses the LIVE servers for its multiplayer.
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