@CaptainCR: We'll just have to agree to disagree. Anecdotal evidence like "I see lots of people playing" doesn't really tell us anything. We have the first month's sales, and we have the fact that there's been no additional DLC almost a year later. For your sake I hope I'm wrong, but I just don't see things the way you do.
and yes i know consoles have problems too but as of late it looks like the PC games get the biggest problems
Okay, but you were talking about Evolution specifically. And when it comes to Evolution on the PC specificially: I can't recall a single person complaining about having problems other than Nar78 and TRON.dll. In both cases, it had to do with their Live account. TRON.dll switched from online mode to offline mode by accident, and Nar78's account got hacked.
Now let's do a comparison with what happened on the PS3 recently. PSN got hacked. It was down for a month. Nobody could play Evolution online on the PS3 for a month.
Do we blame the PS3 for that? No, of course not. That would be stupid. It was Sony's fault with PSN accounts. It's got nothing to do with the PS3 itself.
Now do you see how unfair your comment was? It's got nothing to do with the PC itself. It was all Live account related. I'm not saying there aren't problems on the PC sometimes. But for Evolution specifically no one has been complaining of the game crashing, glitching, or anything else on their PC causing problems with the game. Not unless the same glitch exists on the console versions (the Anon animations getting stuck sometimes). Live account problems are external causes that have nothing to do with the computer.