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pc is better than console in many ways:

-keyboard and mouse for precision accuracy
-more mature community
-1080p to 4K display
-waay faster
-cheaper games
-no need to pay for xbox live
-mods
-WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY more games

if a game is £40 for xbox, its on Steam for £15
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Why not have both?
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Completely agree here
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100% agreed, and this is coming from a PS4 gamer. :lol:
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Console tends to be the cheaper option and easier to setup if you rule out the price of games.

Also support for the hardware tends to last longer as well without having to upgrade.
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"Precision accuracy" translates to "eye dun no how 2 use contrololololer".

Unless whatever you're trying to hit is a few pixels across, you don't need such accuracy. I've got a lot more respect for console gamers with hench KDRs because they not just pointing and clicking.

Other than that, you've got it pretty much spot on... but I'll still stay with console despite the comparative drawbacks.
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I have a PS4 and PC. My PS4 just collects dust now haha. Unless I'm playing exclusives. Those are great.

PC Master Race whoooooooo
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Higher quality gaming set ups tend to have cheaper running costs.

Reminds me of high-school when all the chavs had Xbox 360's and the people with rich parents had PS3's. PC is better.
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(Original post by serah.exe)
100% agreed, and this is coming from a PS4 gamer. :lol:
That explains it
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Console tends to be the cheaper option and easier to setup if you rule out the price of games.

Also support for the hardware tends to last longer as well without having to upgrade.
You say that, there is the PS4.5 and the "scorpio" around the corner. What's that? 3 years?
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(Original post by Drunk Punx)
"Precision accuracy" translates to "eye dun no how 2 use contrololololer".

Unless whatever you're trying to hit is a few pixels across, you don't need such accuracy. I've got a lot more respect for console gamers with hench KDRs because they not just pointing and clicking.

Other than that, you've got it pretty much spot on... but I'll still stay with console despite the comparative drawbacks.
I mean, you're aware that the other players get to point and click also right?

I'm not necessarily convinced that being superior at stick wiggling than your average Joe is more praiseworthy than being a superior point and clicker than your average Joe.

Although from my recent experience with Overwatch I can say that the point and clicker's own me if I try to stick wiggle rather than point and click back. But the sofa is so comfy
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Higher quality gaming set ups tend to have cheaper running costs.

Reminds me of high-school when all the chavs had Xbox 360's and the people with rich parents had PS3's. PC is better.
Define cheaper running costs? Most of my friend's rigs acted as a replacement for radiators/heating during winter.
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Well yeah its better. But it costs a bit to buy a pc which can run the new games. Also I get more of a community feel from the xbox. (Pissing people off mainly because of forced game chat on search and destroy) I do play the xbox more cause I know people who play it.

But yeah depending on the Pc, its better obviously.
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Well yeah its better. But it costs a bit to buy a pc which can run the new games. Also I get more of a community feel from the xbox. (Pissing people off mainly because of forced game chat on search and destroy) I do play the xbox more cause I know people who play it.

But yeah depending on the Pc, its better obviously.
In the end, PC is much cheaper. If you think about the games and paying for Xbox Live etc, it all adds up. I've got over 80 games in my Steam Library, and I haven't spent over £100
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In the end, PC is much cheaper. If you think about the games and paying for Xbox Live etc, it all adds up. I've got over 80 games in my Steam Library, and I haven't spent over £100
Oh yeah. Steam summer sale is coming up.
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Tbf I don't think I've bought anything in the last 3-4 steam sales. The prices typically aren't as impressive as they used to be (on newer games), humble bundles mean I typically have nearly every indie going and there is more competition so there are often plenty of decent sales going on elsewhere also.
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Oh yeah. Steam summer sale is coming up.
On the day of the EU referendum.

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That explains it
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Erm no
PC>>>>>PS4>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>xbone
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(Original post by Elivercury)
I mean, you're aware that the other players get to point and click also right?

I'm not necessarily convinced that being superior at stick wiggling than your average Joe is more praiseworthy than being a superior point and clicker than your average Joe.

Although from my recent experience with Overwatch I can say that the point and clicker's own me if I try to stick wiggle rather than point and click back. But the sofa is so comfy
Of course. But why do you think that the PC gamers pwned the console gamers in that match that I have no idea about yet people always bring up between the two? Pointing and clicking is easier.

When you "stick wiggle", as you say (I have no idea what it's actually called, so we'll go with it for that reason and because it's quite amusing), you feel the game; you turn with the game, you look with the game, and you aim with the game. When you point and click you... point and click. It's not that different to using a gun at an arcade, aside from the lack of pointing at a screen. I've explained it badly, but you catch my drift right?

Point being, it takes more skill to use a controller than it does to point and click.
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Erm no
PC>>>>>PS4>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>xbone
serah, your opinion of ps4 neo & project scorpio (scorpio you could argue is a pc as microsoft have made windows 10 universal ie same source code & apps on desktop, xbox and windows phones / you will be able to play xbox games on pc). ps4 neo looks interesting and want to have it but.. is it worth it if there are no 4k games
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