Originally Posted by Derko1
lol... that's exactly the opposite of why so many play consoles and not PC... It's awesome to see the reverse issue for a PC gamer.
hehehe yeah, come to think of it that is weird. And to be quite honest I'm perfectly fine with that xD
*EDIT* Not to mention the convenience (and pricing) of Steam. But mostly I enjoy being able to be browsing the web one moment, then seamlessly swap over to gaming with a mouse click or two. When i had my laptop and PS3, id have to fire up the PS3 and TV, wait for it to load, get the disk and put it in, wait for it to recognize and start the game, THEN get to see the game start loading. On my laptop I just click the shortcut and the game starts loading. And maybe its because the first console I ever had was a Wii, so I just never got why console gaming was simpler. Back in the cartridge days fair enough, consoles were simpler. But now its pretty parallel. You get a game, wait for it to install, try to play it, find updates, get those, THEN get to play. Same on PC and consoles, so the simplicity and convenience factor is reduced so much its actually easier to game on PC, because most of the PC specific problems would also be encountered while the average user is using their PC for web browsing or school or whatever. Consoles certainly have their place, but to say they are simpler is, IMO, completely untrue.
And as for BF4, if i were to get it (dont like EA so i wont) I would get it for PC. Because watching buildings crumble due to a tank driving through them is beautiful, and the game should look stunning to showcase how cool that is. Plus I play FPS games with mouse + keyboard so there's that as wellEdited by M3nta1 - 9/18/13 at 3:44am