I was anxious initially but, I'm glad I held out! The Games I care about are on PC and my PC Trumps both systems!
Maybe if MS hadn't insulted gamers by trying to get rid of used games and tried to make all games tied to internet access, they wouldn't have this problem. Those things made the decision for the PS4 easy for me. (an XBox360 owner). They will be paying for that insult for a long time.
Honestly what do sales matter..as long as someone enjoys what their playing who cares.
I enjoy playing MiniDiscs, but due to poor sales I can't find them/listen to them unless I record them myself.
PC > all
This is what happens when you make a watered down PC with hardware so weak it can't even run games at 1080p/60FPS and try passing it off as a "unique gaming experience".
Thats why most AAA games dont even make it to PC.Graphics are not everything btw
You can have your ugly lil games with less players and smaller maps- dumbed down so they run on your sorry lil chit. Devs should stop making games for consoles- 3x the money is lost on them- ya it cost less to make the lil ugly less player small map games and do not have to make them kb and mouse friendly- but few console players spend his own money- his mom buys his unit- they rent games or buy used and most borrow or lend- few buy games or just out retail- even then 3 more poor silly bastards can plug into his unit that has never and might not ever spend a dime in his life on the gaming industry.. PC players buy his own unless he is a hack pirating communist socialist marxist feel the world owes them something excuse making for his less quality cheap AMD hardware user- 9 of 10 Intel and Nvidia users buy his own.
Both of my grandkids wanted a PS 3 instead of the PS 4 for Christmas!
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