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I can't say I really agree. To me, consoles are where it's at if you want the latest and greatest games, and still after all these years rival what a high end PC can offer you. Just take games like Halo Reach or Gran Turismo 5 as just two recent examples of the technical prowess of consoles. There's also more innovation going on in consoles, particularly in terms of motion gaming. So yeah, consoles remain the place to be.
With that said, I never intended this partially tongue in cheek shopping guide to the three consoles to bring out the PC fanboys. We know what you guys prefer and I'm fine with that. However bringing up PC stuff in a console discussion is the equivalent of mentioning Linux when someone talks about Windows. Sure, you may love Linux, but the topic is about Windows. We don't need another console versus PC discussion because everyone has already picked what side they want to be on around here. As I've always said, if you're stuck with only one platform then the PC would be it because it does a little bit of everything well. If you want to play the hottest games hassle free than a console is probably a better choice. And no, it has nothing to do with piracy which is a risky proposition on both 360 and PS3 if you ever intend to do anything online. The Wii is a bit easier to get away with that nonsense, but it's so far removed from PC, 360 and PS3 gaming that it's a separate discussion anyway.
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