We know that Japanese game company always using GFWL for PC version of a PS3 (or Xbox 306) game, especially like our GameFAQ user said:
"I think this is a very Japanese thing, I have no idea how popular Steam is in Japan, if it's barely used there at all, but seeing that hardly that many Japanese console games have PC versions as well and many seem to be GFWL titles. For example, Capcom's games like Street Fighter IV, Resident Evil 5, Dead Rising 2 and Lost Planet 2, and Blazblue as well. I believe they wanted to go the easiest way to port their Xbox version so GFWL would seem sensible."
Miharin, a GameFAQ user
again, we know this happen but RELAX! we have 1 modern Japanese company with 1 modern game: Atari and their TDU2 (Which doesn't using GFWL)
so i hope you guys stop complainin 'bout GFWL ANYMORE...
i know,Atari's TDU2 is the only game,made by (originally) Japanese company, which doesn't using GFWL, all i want to ask is: why he complain that quote if we know that TDU2 is the only Japanese(originally)which doesn't using GFWL? =D