Ubisoft treating PC players like criminals

In two recent examples of extreme douchyness, Ubisoft has succinctly demonstrated that they have zero regard for players and couldn't possibly care less what we actually want. First, the creative director of the company's I Am Alive said that making PC games just isn't worth it, and then essentially told PC gamers to stop "bitching." As if that wasn't bad enough, the very next day Ubisoft announced that Ghost Recon: Future Soldier would not, in fact, be coming to the PC, saying "To the users that are traditionally playing the game by getting it through Pirate Bay, we said, 'Okay, go ahead guys. This is what you're asking for. We've listened to you - we're giving you this experience. It's easy to download, there's no DRM that will pollute your experience.'" Wow, that's douchy.