Oh? I thought it was Android that they were released for. . . well, silly me. Konami only has a few games on Steam, like Silent Hill Homecoming and Battle: LA. The real issue is whether of not Konami is bound by console-exclusive clauses for the Suikoden games, as this would prevent them from being released onto Steam.
Clearly, Suikoden I was also released for Sega, so no problem there, I do not think. Suikoden II and later is another issue. Also, Konami's presence in PC gaming is minimal at best, as I believe I said before. There are other digital PC platforms like GOG, as well, which differ slightly from Steam, and may make a more attractive platform for the games. Though the individual certification processes could end up being a real pain.
Still thanks for the info everyone, we are likely to add other digital platforms to the movement until we hear decisively from Konami about their possible exclusive issues. . . which is likely never.
Also, Jim Sterling over at Destructiod covered us today! Check out the article: http://www.destructoid.com/fans-petition-konami-for-suikoden-on-psn-worldwide-236132.phtml