I still say console shooter.Uh, it'll be on PC first most likely.
I don't see that happening... All gameplay footage thus far has been on consoles. Rebellion did the same thing with the latest AVP game -- They claimed that the PC and console versions were different, developed separately. The only difference this made was slightly better graphics on the PC. Gameplay was console-style in both versions. I'd love to be wrong and admit that I was being a pessimistic douche, but time and time again, the theory of multiplatform games actually being console games ported to PC is reinforced; it's easier that way, and with a title like Duke Nukem Forever, they don't even need to add any extra bells and whistles to the PC version, because the hype will make sure that people buy it anyway. They'll lose money working extra on the PC version with no financial benefit in return, so why bother? I think that's the way they see it.
Your word choice is a touch misleading. You make it sound, in your original post and the start of this one, like you doubt there will be a PC release at all, and judging from the PC-DVD-ROM logo at the end of the trailer, if the DNF team actually decides that they're finished in May (instead of scrapping everything to start over), there will be a PC release.
That said, you're probably right about the game, in its current state, being a game will be native to consoles and ported to the PC. There haven't been too many shooters in the last eight or so years native to the PC, if we're honest. (This is actually why most of the first person shooters I still play are pre-Halo. I don't need or like console aim assist butting in, when I'm trying to kill something.) It's so common for shooters to start life on a console, only to be ported to PC that I just assume that's the development cycle for a shooter, lest I hear otherwise.....or if it's from a former Soviet republic.
Leaving that tangent aside, I don't see why it's worth getting one's hackles up over another shooter being principally developed for consoles, while the developers leave the PC behind as an afterthought. The rage made some sense ten years ago, when Halo got turned into an XBox exclusive, but the gaming world was much, much different back then (oddly, largely by right of Halo having not yet been released).