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#192 - oodlesandoodles (01/23/2014) [-]
That joke aside, he did review a few weeks ago where he basically said that gamers would have a lot more fun if they stepped into the light that is PC gaming. His exact words escape me. I don't think he was joking at that point, but even if he was, it still makes PC gamers think they're better than everyone else
#209 - oodlesandoodles (01/23/2014) [-]
I understand that some people didn't like The Last of Us and that's fine. The problem I had was that he didn't like the game because Ellie and Joel were (justifiably) killing a lot of people, but he acknowledged that Bioshock Infinite was conceited and still gave a better review than most games
#208 - dehnoobshow (01/23/2014) [-]
My laptop is new, It already out-preforms my father's gaming PC.
Please note, I bought a new PC because my old one broke a month earlier, not because I wanted better specs. Quite frankly, even if I have the power to play the new games, I wouldn't. They don't appeal to me.
#221 - oodlesandoodles (01/23/2014) [-]
That's my point. Because my PS3 is primarily a gaming platform, I don't have to worry about what all I have on it in order to play my games or what programs I need to enable/disable to do so. I don't have a lot of programs on my computer, just Steam, Origin and Internet browsers, yet I still run into the problems I mentioned below whenever I get a new game
#224 - dehnoobshow (01/23/2014) [-]
An empty computer is less likely to have problems. That's why people have a Gaming PC. A whole different PC just for gaming. Before asking ''Why? It costs way more!'' I'd like to make you notice you bought a console. Although, some of us have our games on our main computer, we're oftenly regarded as ''Casuals'' by the others. Whenever I get a new game. I don't worry. I just play it. Because I know I have enough space to run it. Your ''Direct X 9'' is free. You don't have to buy any new programs to play a game. Just avoid clogging up your hard drive with thousands of pictures and videos and remember to delete any unneeded stuff you have.
#234 - oodlesandoodles (01/23/2014) [-]
Less likely, but still likely. The problems I ran into were the result of many different variables, few of which I had anything to do with my computer. As for buying a new computer, my console was bought for me 3 years ago. Most of the shit on my computer is necessary for school and work so deleting it is not an option. Also, I don't have the money to drop $600+ on a decent gaming computer. Even if I did, a PS4 is $400 and I'll never have to worry about it becoming too obsolete to play later titles at full or even high quality
#243 - dehnoobshow (01/23/2014) [-]
PC gaming is an investment. It pays off in the future. But the profits make everything worth it. As much as you don't see yourself as one, you are one of those Original Casuals. You have no interest what-so-ever in making your own game. And you just want to play through a game for the fuck of it. You possibly also don't spend much time on games. (I spent my whole vacation doing nothing but sitting in front of my computer. I could have blown through any game series in a week. Explaining my rapid disinterest in a single game)
#267 - oodlesandoodles (01/23/2014) [-]
I spend a ton of time time on games I like. I've lost count of how many times I played through each Dragon Age, each Mass Effect, Dishonored, the Fallouts, Diablo 3,Devil May Cry, and Borderlands 1 & 2 on my PC. It would take me all day to name all of the games I've played through multiple times on my PS3. Even if that wasn't the case, casual gamers are gamers nonetheless. If they want something simple a console is their best bet.
#281 - dehnoobshow (01/23/2014) [-]
Those games are long-singleplayer games. So It's understandable you spent a lot of time on them. Hardcores back then Made mods that completely changed the whole game. Take Halo: CE. Now imagine a Legend of Zelda PvP. Yeah, I saw that.
#217 - dehnoobshow (01/23/2014) [-]
#185 - oodlesandoodles (01/23/2014) [-]
Consoles are simple. I have around fifty games on my PC and I've had problems with most of them. Pretty much every time I play Dragon Age it crashes during a battle. Dragon Age II I can't even play unless I use DirectX 9 for some stupid reason and the same goes for Resident Evil 5. Saints Row 4 I had to re-install on my primary hard drive in order to get it to work. Batman Arkham City deleted my save file so I have to start over, and just fuck The Witcher 2. That game is apparently having none of my shit. All that and I haven't even touched the surface of the problems I've had.
The point is, while I fixed most of these issues, I've rarely ever run into anything like them on my PlayStation. Once I buy a game I don't have to worry about whether or not my console is strong enough to play it or if I'm going to run into any other issues. I just put the game in, install it, and, boom. It's done. I don't have to fuck with anything, or make sure I'm running the right programs, or any of that.
#195 - dehnoobshow (01/23/2014) [-]
I prefer PC gaming for these reasons: I don't have to buy PC 2 next gen just to play the new games with my friends, No matter how many times I've played a game if I install a mod it becomes a whole new game for free, The free games on steam, Ability to switch from work to games in virtually 1 second.
With consoles, I had issues with the ''Hey! Pay us to play online with your friends! (Xbox 360)'' and simply because I can play a game until I find it boring as hell with no way for it to be interesting again. And of course, the major titles are the most repetitive fucking things I've ever seen. Of course, I have less framerape with consoles than with PC. But I don't have to check to see if all my gaming programs are working as there's thousands of games that require little to no Specs. And, of course, Mods. Modded servers bring whole new game modes. I played motherfucking Hide and Seek in TF2. The console port of TF2 can't do that shit.
Oh, and final mention. I downloaded Skyrim on my 250Gb Xbox 360... The game took 167Gb of space, and with all I had before hand,I'm left with 27Gb. I wouldn't have had so much shit if the games were able to keep me occupied.
tl;dr [Insert PC Gaming master race here]
#223 - oodlesandoodles (01/23/2014) [-]
As I said, there are advantages to PC gaming. I don't normally do multiplayer, so, I'm completely unaffected by the whole "Buy this and play with your friends" gimmick. Sometimes, I just want to sit down and shoot/stab/bite a mother fucker in the face without running into the issues I almost always experience with my PC.
#231 - dehnoobshow (01/23/2014) [-]
#253 - dehnoobshow (01/23/2014) [-]
Also, remember to let the computer rest from time to time. Being on for too long can make it tired and less strong. Simply shutting it down and starting it off again sometimes works around it.
#189 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Something tells me you put a lot more effort in your response then he did in his.