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User voted PC.
3 votes
Jun 20, 2015

At this point in the discussion I would have to say that this argument has become relative. While there is much more availability for pc players than the later, the attraction for the simplicity of console gaming is what draws people in.

In our society people try to turn gaming into an entertainment for kids. This is why when [hardcore] pc gaming is not preferred by some because people just want to game on the side.

So it really comes down to what the last option, it's all about the games! Have fun!

User voted Xbox.
2 votes
Jul 21, 2015

Now that Fallout 4 for Xbox One will be able to use PC mods (likely setting a precedent for future games), due to running on a modified version of the Windows 10 operating system, there's no actual reason to use the PC. You'll never have to purchase a new graphics card, the controller is far simpler and more comfortable to use, you don't have to "build" a console, and all games that are made for the Xbox One will work on the Xbox One. Most PCs aren't made for gaming, video game consoles are, and the line between the two is blurring.

User voted PC.
3 votes
Jun 23, 2015

PC master race is the best, console games are holding back the graphics of the game, and leave it to a less enjoyable experience.

0 votes
Jan 7, 2016

Well, you have to understand, that there are a lot of things you have to compare.

1. CPU, Hard Drive etc.
2. How convenient is it to play your favorite games.
3. Can you play your favorite games on that platform.

According to this three things, you will understand which platform you will like most.

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