Which gaming platform do you like the most?

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  1. codewalk profile image71
    codewalkposted 5 years ago

    Which gaming platform do you like the most?

    Which gaming platform do you like the most? Which one would you buy if you had money just for one?
    (PC, PS, Xbox, Wii, etc.)

  2. Crashhf profile image57
    Crashhfposted 5 years ago

    Pc is the best, you can do everything you want with PC

    1. codewalk profile image71
      codewalkposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Agreed but maybe some games need dedicated consoles to run in ultra high setting?

  3. TNT Husky profile image65
    TNT Huskyposted 5 years ago

    what I like the most? well, if we're not speaking from generations, I'd say the original playstation. between that and the n64 are what I like to call "the golden days of gaming" so much ground was broken there, and it was amazing. I hate how everyone is trying to use technical specs nowadays as something to argue about in regards to gaming (then again, it's always been there, so you've got that) Also, Consoles were simple back then, and not trying to be PC's. I really don't consider a PC to be a "gaming" console, as it is seen as much more than for video games. Don't get me wrong, the pc is still technologically superior. But they aren't designed for gaming unless you or the seller (or whoever is putting it together) designs it for such. What I love about console gaming is simplicity. just pop the game in and get started. no installation, no updating, just gaming. this is especially true of the older consoles

  4. JohnGreasyGamer profile image84
    JohnGreasyGamerposted 5 years ago

    At the moment, the PS3. This is purely personal, simply because I like PS1, 2 and 3 games far more than most of what the 360 has to offer, rather than technical preferences. I'd almost say Steam but it's limited depending on your computer, and that's more of a platform than PC.

    My favourite concept however is the Virtual Boy by Nintendo. Its design was OK but suffered heavily from poor usability, and one reviewer had to tape it to his head to get the most comfort. A good idea, but absolutely shoddy implementation and required far more testing. Not to mention it's library of games had neither quantity nor quality.

  5. TheRaptorClaw profile image61
    TheRaptorClawposted 5 years ago

    My favorite is Xbox and now I am excited for the Xbox One! Especially now that they have fixed some of the problems people had with it.

    1. TNT Husky profile image65
      TNT Huskyposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I'm glad they reversed those policies, and i hope they don't try to go back to them. I still wish they wouldn't require the new kinect though. They could easily shave a good sum from the price by cutting that thing out of "necessity"

    2. TheRaptorClaw profile image61
      TheRaptorClawposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I agree with you on the Kinect. I never have used one but I'm going to look at the bright side and be happy they fixed the two biggest problems it had.

  6. Chris Qu profile image87
    Chris Quposted 5 years ago

    Assuming you mean a gaming PC, probably the PS3. Seems to have the best exclusives these days. A PC does more, of course, but gamewise? It has by far the weakest exclusives of the systems.


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