But most of the games that are not officially Win7 compatible are reported by users to actually work fine under Win7. Surely it's mostly a matter of you finding the time to actually test them on Win7, note that they work, and label them as compatible, no? I'm not saying this is not a lot of work, but for most of the games, you shouldn't need to actually change anything.
We actually do take our quality control standards quite seriously as far as testing goes. For example, if a game works on a 32-bit version of a Windows variant, you'll notice that we'll have that information on the game card.
I still have to ask, because the curiosity's killing me :D, where did everyone get the impression that we are somehow "skipping"Windows 7. Also, we do have official Windows 7 support, after all we list Windows 7 as one of the supported OSes on those games that have been proven to work.
I'll say it again:
No, we are not skipping Windows 7.
Yes, we do perform compatibility testing on Windows 7.
It's the fact that Windows 8 seems to be getting more supported games when so many games aren't yet supported under Windows 7.
It's probably just a perception, but it seems like there's still a ton of games that aren't officially supported under Win 7 even as Win 8 is getting more games.