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Console Vs. PC

The Age Old Question  

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  1. 1. Which is Better?

    • PC Gaming
      45
    • Console Gaming
      4
    • None
      1


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I like both PC and console games.   Especially if you can't play a game because it is just for ps4 or xbox.  But i would just rather use a PC.

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PC games are by far better. If something breaks you can fix it. You can crack stuff ;). You can also make content for the game your playing.

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I believe PC gaming to be best because of the hardware you can get your PC to be. Consoles are restricted to whsts already inside.

 

console win when playing LAN though because its easy to play LAN on one console. 

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I'm a PC gamer always have been always will but i do have and play on both xbox one & playstation 4!

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not even a question

this answer is simply as pie

if you are poor and do not have money for hardware buy a console,

but if you have the cash grab a ps4 / xbox 1 PC remote control and build a super crazy gaming rig the specs would smash any console out there!!!! 

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I prefer PC just because for me I get less lag, I guess it just depends on what games you play. 

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PC Gaming is so far superior to any console gaming. 

I have owned both console and PC. I would say PC is more competitive gaming where as console is laid back chill gaming. 

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I own both the consoles, even the Switch but would always end up playing with a PC.

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I prefer PC becouse i like performance

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