Gaming should be in a context that you enjoy, whether it's a machine that is strictly for gaming or on a piece of wood that could be used for all kinds of other things. If it's fun to game with, it's an appropriate for gaming.
I do most of my video gaming on PC, though I have a PS3, WiiU and some older consoles. I've always found PC keyboard/mouse interfacing better than consoles, and, quite often the gaming performance is better (whether it's graphics or actual game play). That said, there are certain types of games that consoles are better for playing, like racing sims (imo). I can't see myself shelling out the cash for a current generation console system; they're just not worth the cash when I can just upgrade my computers to play better games, AND have something to cover all my computing needs at the same time.
That said, the best games don't use screens or electronics at all. Pen and paper RPGs and board games are the superior medium!
I have decided to go with the PS4 instead of XBone I feel that all and all, I would use a machine to certain things I got a decent computer, as well as an up to date phone, gaming should be on a console strictly on gaming. Support or deny this theory, if you please. Just not hate, just a sole opinion.
2 blog comments below
Ankhanu on Mon Jan 26, 2015 5:19 pm
I truly agree with you, and want to make an old school RPG with all the older elements, but have the modern twist on them, if you want we can come up with something, and make something really cool.
JensDuck on Mon Jan 26, 2015 8:52 pm