Call of Duty: Black Ops released to much acclaim, but it was not without fault as the PC and PS3 versions were apparently ridden with so many bugs and problems that it made the game unplayable.
However, Treyarch boss Mark Lamia notes that the "vast majority" of people playing Black Ops apparently do not experience these bugs and it's only a minority.
Speaking with Kotaku, Lamia believes that Black Ops is "really great" on all platforms.
"Here is what I will say: We know this for a fact, that the vast, vast majority don't have these sorts of experiences and they're out there playing this game," he said. "I really do encourage you to go online and play it.
"To the extent that there are issues we are unaware of, we are committed to trying to work to make sure the experience is good, that's the most important thing. We are making the game for everyone. The game is robust, huge, we want to make sure if there are any issues they are addressed."
"That's not to say there aren't edge cases," he said. "When we do hear of something, we're not like not doing anything.
"We worked on the game for two years, we want nothing more than for people to like it, especially guys who invested in rigs to make sure they had a powerful enough system. Obviously we care about the PC community."
Lamia added: "We think it's an awesome experience. I wish it wasn't just the 360 version you felt that way about because we feel like it's a great experience on all of the platforms."