Stranger = port. Odyssee = built from the ground up.
They still burned a bridge with me over how they handled their customers.
They seem to be inexperienced with how to handle tech support and PR. I never saw it myself, but I heard multiple accounts from others that their CEO was in the Steam forums doing the equivalent of pointing and laughing at users who didn’t have “powerful enough systems” to run their awful Stranger’s Wrath port when it first came out.
Obviously that’s anecdotal, but I’ve heard basically the same story from more than one person, so there’s gotta be at least a small shred of truth to it.
They also continue to allow Abe’s Oddysee and Exodus to be sold on Steam despite neither of them working natively on anything beyond Windows 98. The fact that Valve let them go up for sale at all is sort of shocking to me, really.
Port or no port, it’s going to take a lot for me to trust that developer again on anything. They blew it, and have continued to blow it for going on two years now. I paid for games in 2010 that still don’t work in 2012 and they would apparently rather do anything BUT take care of their existing customers.