I'm sorry, but no. While the languages might be different, coding for consoles is in many ways simpler. Having a single discrete system dedicated to games running a slim OS is much easier to program for. To say otherwise tells me you don't have much actual knowledge of programming. Saying they have poor coordination is not a valid excuse. We are not talking about a small group of hobbyist working in their spare time. This is a professional business doing this for a living. They should be held to a higher standard. Your experience is just that, yours. If tons of people were having the game hard lock up on them, the complaints would be seen here. The only such complaints have been about consoles. Personally my PC version has never done this, not even on a busy screen, not even while hosting a server. If Terraria on PC is completely freezing and unresponsive for an entire second for you, it's your hardware, and not the fault of the game. The PC version of the game runs fine for the majority of us. So no, it is not impossible to achieve. I personally am not interested in letting completely false information stand without some form of rebuttal.