1. Console - I'd still rather sit in front of the TV and play on a console. The main reason I've always preferred consoles over PC is that the console will always be able to play any game released for it. You don't have to upgrade like you do with PC.
2. PC - While I prefer console, there is still something about playing a good RTS on a PC that you can't experience with a console. Give me a few beers, and Age of Empires 2 or Supreme Commander, and I'll be entertained for hours.
3. Mobile - I've never taken mobile seriously as a legitimate gaming platform. More of just a time killer really. For example, I get all the outrage when the newest Diablo was announced for mobile instead of PC
If I come home from work I just want a machine that's going to play my games. I have an Xbox One, it's a launch day Xbox One that I paid my brother $150 for like 3 years ago. Any game that says "Xbox One" on the label plays on it. I turn it on, update it when it makes me, and play the games I want to play. I don't want to deal with anything more complicated than that.
I dislike Mobile gaming, and I don't like the idea of needing to upgrade a PC. A console is easy to set-up and play for me. Plus you know what you're getting with each generation which will last you until the next Console.
Console by far. I only use my pc for real time strategy games these days. Console has a much bigger player base for good games because they're a lot cheaper than high end PC's. As a fighting game player there's no way I could remotely justify switching to PC as I'd never be able to play with my buddies.
I prefer PC, due to the modding communities, not having to worry about upgrading to a new console generation every few years, and I tend to be more of a solo gamer in general. But in light of BluRay drives and disk drive in general being removed from gaming laptops (which doesn’t make much sense, tbh), there being no other alternative solutions to deal with the massive download sizes that games are now (around 60 GB), plus the fact that I’ve never really liked using Steam too much (despite its occasional usefulness and sometimes hoping for an Xbox app) and have a preference for physical over digital, I just stick to consoles.
Console for me. I know the cost probably evens out over time, but I always balk at getting a high spec PC for like, 2 grand, and knowing I have to keep fixing it and upgrading it ... when I can get a console at £400 and know it's going to be perfectly fine for 5+ years.
Also, it's just how I've always gamed. Started on NES and Mega Drive, through PS1, GameCube, XBOX, Wii, right up to my current PS4 and Switch.
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