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Are you a console or PC gamer?

Discussion in 'Video Games Discussion' started by music alchemist, Aug 8, 2016.
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  1. Malfunkt
    Yes, mice can be bad too. I remember I had to stop playing Torchlight II, just too much damn mouse clicking. Also, I spend a fair bit of time on a computer doing graphic design, but I alternate using a Wacom. Using different interfaces is the key to avoiding repetitive stress.

    I do miss comfy couch gaming though :frowning2:
  2. Digitalis
    Wacom tablets have saved me from RSI too. The R.A.T 7 mouse also helped quite a bit. Though I still get wrist strain issues with my Saitek Rhino X55 HOTAS, though strangely I find wearing a pair of finger-less weightlifter bitch gloves eliminate the issue.
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  3. Music Alchemist
    I was looking at the PSPgo earlier. Used to have the PSP and PS Vita and loved them. The PSPgo (originally $250 but discontinued) is under $100 now on the used market, which is tempting. There's nothin' like playing games in bed on a small screen! But I have too many other things to do, so I'll have to postpone it...
  4. Twilight_Link
    Well, i used to have PSP 3000 and PSP GO. Go is bit smaller and lightweight, but i don't find it too comfortable when playing games for hours on it. I decided to sell it and get PSP 3000. The only great thing from Go is the save state functionality.
  5. Music Alchemist
    *sigh* Since the site update, so many threads have slowed to a crawl.

    I had one too, as well as a PS Vita. I loved them, but get the feeling I'd prefer the smaller PSPgo in terms of being able to do whatever wherever with it.
  6. Twilight_Link
    Well, last week i got Vita for such a cheap price. I really know that it is not worth enough to get on 2017, but for me its worth enough for playing games such Persona 4, SNK, and of course SAO. I could not finish Persona 4 on PS2 and that is the main reason for getting Vita.
  7. Music Alchemist
    I will almost certainly get another Vita sooner or later. I didn't mean to imply it was inferior; just larger.

    Patiently waiting for the day when Sony makes all PlayStation titles available digitally and playable on Vita and PS4 like they promised years ago. I see conflicting information on whether they will keep that promise.

    SAO, eh? I've seen all the anime, but haven't played any of the games.
  8. Twilight_Link
    BTW, i got the FAT one and i noticed that its harder to change the battery. You might need to look at Vita TV, its probably cheaper.

    Sony won't make any further move for Vita, The firmware is already jail broken and the only thing that they do until now is only releasing new firmware.

    You should try Hollow Realization and Fragment. Both of them are great and fun. Its typical JRPG with action battle.
  9. kman1211
    I'm a PC gamer mainly, always been a bit of both PC and console gaming. But I got out of the large consoles around 2008 when I made my first good gaming computer. I still had handhelds though. Currently not too interested in handhelds because they don't have the game library they used to.
  10. karloil
    for me i would say depending on the game - if i need more controls (strategy, simulation) i'd go with a pc. But for RPG, definitely console. But currently spending most of my time with the Switch!
    Last edited: May 25, 2017
  11. haralds12
    I have played both since the mid 90s. I preferte console games when im hagning with other people. But for real gaming the PC allways winns. But on the other hand Im an old CS player.... :)
  12. Nidus123
    PC mainly + PS4 exclusives ... damn those Japanese ...Y U NO RELEASE TO PC !
  13. liqz
    PC for the most part but there are some console exclusives that looks good.
  14. L0rdGwyn
    Like others on here, I am PC mainly but have a PS4 for console exclusives. In case it wasn't obvious from my avatar, I am a huge fan of the Souls series; I bought my PS4 exclusively for Bloodborne, which was well worth it in my opinion! Love that game, took that one all the way to platinum. Also played Destiny on PS4 and will play the FFVII remake if it ever comes out. I built my gaming PC three or four years ago for a) higher frame rate/resolution b) ability to play nearly an unlimited catalog of legacy titles! So many emulators out there, you can play console games all the way up to the Wii (if you're willing to setup Dolphin with the Wiimote). No doubt consoles are convenient for plug-n-play and chillin' on the couch. Sometimes optimizing a game on PC can be a bit of a pain, but it is a labor of love :smile_phones:
  15. Dipesh
    Both.. I have been a pc gamer for more then 20 years.. But recently because of certain exclusive games on ps4.. I had to bend my knee to ps4. Bloodborne, souls games and last of us are my absolute favorite games. I haven't been disappointed so far.. But if games are multi platform I always pick pc.
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