The age old debate that won’t go away and, on paper, shouldn’t even be a debate. A PC built for gaming can easily outpace the latest consoles. But is raw power all that matters? Do huge FPS numbers always mean a better experience? Here is my take on this topic.
Well lets dig in and talk about that in as open of a mind as we can muster. Both platforms have their strengths and weaknesses and I know that I will be in the minority with what I feel is one of PC’s biggest weaknesses, but more on that later. To me, gaming is all about the experience you have with the game and the platform really shouldn’t matter. I also don’t game in tournaments where frame counting and refresh rates and such can come into play. However platform does matter to me, kind of. I grew up with a PC in the house where I could play basic games on it. If I wanted to play a more in depth game I would turn to the NES I had. The NES was my introduction to console gaming and at the time I thought it was the best thing in the world. I was also a kid.