The PC Gaming Alliance talks a big game, but can it own the court, get the girl, and save PC gaming? Well, no, but only because 2009’s ostensibly pivotal Game Developers Conference hasn’t gone down yet. Duh.
“At our launch we stated clearly that we were attempting to stabilize the consumer experience with PC gaming by advocating a starting point that is a playable experience. We are still hammering away at this and expect to provide an update at the Game Developers Conference this year,” PCGA president Randy Stude told Big Download.
In addition, the PCGA’s anti-piracy-movement-that-may-actually-on-occasion-buy-drinks-for-piracy will also do something at GDC. Maybe a dance number. We don’t even know.
“The anti piracy sub-committee has adopted a charter and will provide updates at a future date. I don't want to steal their thunder. The membership of the PCGA is growing based on this effort and we expect to announce the charter at the Game Developers Conference,” said Stude.
GDC’s taking place from March 23-27, if you wanted to know. It’ll probably alter the course of history forever, so don’t blink.