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User avatar #111 - DCat (03/11/2013) [-]
Games on any system are good. Quit thinking you're so high and mighty just because you think it's best.

(Not saying that to OP, saying that to members who think a specific system is best.)
#112 to #111 - DCat (03/11/2013) [-]
Forgot image to go along with what I said.

#121 to #112 - thatguythatlaughs (03/11/2013) [-]
Yes, but they are cheaper on PC as well as better in performance and graphics.
More bang for your buck in my opinion.
Also started out on console and built my PC just last summer. Its Great!
User avatar #130 to #121 - sketchE ONLINE (03/11/2013) [-]
the games may be cheeper but the overall cost is probably higher. having a tower powerful enough to play any game at top settings for the next five years will likely cost around 1000. then add in the screen mouse keyboard is another 500 at minimum to make quality worth it and can go even higher if you want the best. since i have to look at the keyboard to type i cant really play games very well if im looking back and forth all the time so ill need a controller. so were looking at 1550 at minimum to have a good lasting computer

new xbox 360 300 last i saw. screen another 500 for decent one. live membership 50. so 850
User avatar #136 to #130 - thatguythatlaughs (03/11/2013) [-]
my PC was about 1500, this will probably last me more than a few console cycles, you quickly get your money back due to cheaper games. Not to mention great indie titles along with free to play games.

Also your keyboard becomes your controller, it becomes as natural as using a controller. I mean come on, its not like you look at your controller every time you want to hit a button, you just know.
most games are controller friendly anyways.

Dont get me wrong, im not a PC snob or anything.
I still enjoy console as much as I did before I built my computer.
User avatar #135 to #130 - byposted (03/11/2013) [-]
new xbox 360 300 last i saw. screen another 500 for decent one. live membership 50. so 850

Of course, the current generation of consoles are becoming obsolete. Current generation consoles average around $200-250, not near 500. The new generation of consoles will cost around $400. But is it worth to buy for a person, like me, with a decent pc?

Well...not necisarily. I want to upgrade my computer over the summer. In order to do so, I must primary focus on the CPU and motherboard. Both will cost around $200 respectively, for compatibility. That brings us to the $325-400 range. The rams, which gives the computer force and master race, will cost $50 (8gb).

That will cost $375-450 to do, depending on what I purchase. An entire console will cost what a upgrade on my computer will cost.

User avatar #137 to #135 - thatguythatlaughs (03/11/2013) [-]
Well said
User avatar #127 to #121 - LtMcG ONLINE (03/11/2013) [-]
>Better in graphics and performance . . .
What century do you live in
User avatar #138 to #127 - thatguythatlaughs (03/11/2013) [-]
The century where console cycles exist.
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