Cliff Bleszinski has attained a bit of infamy over the years for his dismissive stance towards PC way back when, and following the failures of both Lawbreakers and Radical Heights, it's clear why some might not put much stock into what the man says.
Regardless, it was recently announced via Twitter that Cliff Bleszinski is done with video games for good, and this comes in response to a tweet that had the man particularly fired up.
Said tweet was dished out by Bleszinski's private Twitter, when one user told him that: "You all won't refund players who stuck with you all and spent money for you all to keep up the content. Cliff I looked up to you during the gears of war days and sad to see you where you are at. Wish you'd come back. Now all that money is waisted."
It's the last sentence, it seems, that angered Bleszinski the most, and considering his response, that seems fairly understandable: "I paid my employees, their 401ks, and their health care - even months after the studio folded. So they could care for their families," he said.
Bleszinski also said that he himself hadn't taken a salary for two years, wrapping the message up on a decisive note: "I get you're sad, but god, this kinda shit is another reason I am NEVER making another game."
It's hard not to agree with Bleszinski in this case, really, and much could be said about all the things that certain people feel entitled to. It's a layered story, however, and no conclusions should be drawn lightly. Here's hoping Cliff has luck in his future endeavours.