Consoles vs. PC. Which One Should You Buy?

The argument over console versus computers for gaming has been going on for what feels like forever. People can’t seem to come to any sort of agreement. Just like Apple vs Android, there are die-hard fans on either side that will defend their side, no matter the cost. I am not here to tell you which one is better, but which one you as a consumer should buy. There are many factors that can go into making this decision. One of the biggest factors are your budget. If you are a college student who owns rents an apartment and have a part-time job, your best bet is to get a console. The reason being, you don’t have much time to play games. Buying a console will make it easier for the consumer to simply get on and play and not have to worry about wiring your hardware together, then downloading the latest patches/updates, and all the other things that come into play when building and maintaining a PC. On the other hand, if you are a gaming enthusiast and have enough knowledge and a big enough budget, buying a gaming computer might be the better option for you. People that argue that consoles have better graphics than computers are wrong, so if you are looking to buy a device that gets you the best quality and frames per second, you defiantly should be looking at getting a PC. In the end, in my opinion, the two cannot be compared. Simply because they both target a different audience.

 

References:

Reddit.com. (2016). Reddit.com. Retrieved 9 July, 2016, from https://www.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/wiki/guide

Gamespot.com. (2016). GameSpot. Retrieved 9 July, 2016, from http://www.gamespot.com/forums/system-wars-314159282/consoles-vs-pc-what-are-your-pros-and-cons-32133136/

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