Keep telling myself what exactly? That MS support the PC industry? I don't get what you are arguing over. Are you saying the opposite?
Lets not act like there are only 2 MS games on PC, majority of Xbox games are available on PC and they just announced another 5+ games heading to Steam that are MS exclusives. How much more evidence do you actually need? Age Of Empires was Remastered on PC and it remains exclusive to PC. That just proves they still design games with M & K in mind which means they are still building games with PC as there primary.
So you are going off there past on how MS ran there studios? Than you will agree Bungie were one of the best devs going around under MS?
As long as the game is available on PC and doesn't require me to forcefully buy another piece of Hardware than I am okay with that and I can safely bet that Obsidian's next game will also be available on PC.
Your hate for MS is fine by me, I honestly don't care, I happily game on both MS and Steam so as long as they continue to put games on PC, it doesn't bother me what I log into.
Your last paragraph? Lets just say it made me laugh. I guess you also avoid the fact I am a huge Nintendo and Steam fan. But I guess go with what suits your assumptions.
MS supports the win 10 side of things, not the win 7-8 side, nor the Linux or Mac.
There are *some* MS games on PC from this gen. The games they recently announced were more peace-meal offerings, and nothing like say Crackdown 3, Sunset overdrive and the mainline Halo series in it's complete form, let alone the previous Halo title, as well as Gears.
The AoE I remaster/remake is exclusive to Win 10 and not Steam as well, and we also know that the upcoming one is likely to be locked to just the Win 10 store.
No, I'm going off of the past, present and future of MS, not some past that makes it an easier argument for you to throw in the trash bin (much as you'd like it to be that way).
It requires you to adhere to one OS and one store alone, unlike Steam where you are able to buy said games across multiple OS's, same goes for GoG as well.
It's not fine by you, because you persists to argue against it and throw said "hate" into the bin at any turn. You haven't once admitted fault in both your holed arguments and MS itself. You have something very, very strong to hold onto, lest you admit being weak by letting it go. You aren't the first person to display this, and you will not be the last either.
Yeah, I've got a Switch and play Nintendo games, but let's not kid ourselves when I say that we all have a core bias. Even fence sitters have their own. You make whatever suits your own assumptions all the time, so you talk big.