Crytek, please just stop talking. We get that Crysis didn't sell as well as you had hoped or planned. We get that you think piracy took a lot of sales from you. We get that you're moving on to console development. There's no need to keep belaboring the point. We get it.
What you don't seem to get is that you're not going to win anyone over this way. Most of us are not in the industry so we're just not going to sympathize with you on the piracy thing as much as you would like. And even if we do, for the gamers who actually bought your game there's nothing we can do about it. I bought Crysis, I did my part, but I can't force others to buy it nor can I make all the pirates get legit and buy a copy. At best you come across as chastising the people who are not in the room, at worst you're preaching to the choir.
Go ahead, do console games. Make cross-platform games. Make a version of the Crytek engine which will run on consoles and max out PC's. Do it because of the piracy concerns. Hell, go ahead and do this even if your games sold on the PC just fine. Just stop telling the PC user community that they're full of pirates. That goes over about as well as telling an ethnic group that their ranks are full of criminals.