Nah, already played through it twice on the PS3.
And it's not the kind of game that would hugely benefit from a PC port, nor the kind I feel he need to own twice just to have it on a better system.
All games benefit from 1080/60 :P
From what I understand the console releases were pretty framey in some spots.
If my PC could do it justice at 1080P 60FPS then definitely. The console versions got a little choppy in some areas. I think this is a game that everyone deserves to play, easily in my top 5 of all time. A very beautiful and moving game, one of the best stories I've ever experienced.
I played it and really liked it on 360 so I might if it's cheap and then I'll play like 2 areas, say "yah this really looks good on PC" and never play it again. Just like Max Payne 3..
Great game. It's a shame that the beginning areas are incredibly cliched and slow that turned a lot of people off from it. The whole "hurr hurr God of War with whips" sentiment is cringe worthy.
It's a really awesome game, and I would if I:
A) Hadn't already beat it several times on the PS3 and have all the DLC.
B) If my computer could run it without openly weeping.
I bet it's really pretty though. I'm sure the people who do buy it for PC will be in for a great time.
Never got past 2 hours of the game on the 360, but here's my PC demo impressions:
A - Pretty in 1080p 60FPS
B - The frame rate actually means jack shit since it goes slowmo whenever you hit an enemy. A good feature for the 360 that was usually around 20FPS, but disorienting for PC
Game suffers from in-engine pre-render syndrome. Half the cut scenes are 720p videos at 30 frames, when the game looks twice as good in real time that shit's distracting :P
Also it doesn't appear to be a fan of ultra wide setups (3x1 multimonitor), it will straight up just minimize itself and crash if you're running surround.