Using your XBox or PS3 will save you from using it on a shooter. Allowing PC gamers to play with console gamers on FPS will clearly show why the PC is so much better.
10 reasons to hate PC gamers
This entire "article" is the most incessant, opinionated, uneducated pile of filth that we have ever laid eyes upon.
Yes use your consoles to bludgeon people... that way you'll get at least some use out of it.
What kind of a dumb c*** writes this stuff rofl.
The only...... well, the biggest problem I have with PC gamers is that they don't seem to be able to comprehend the concept of money and how it works, and that not all people have the same money situation. Sure, I can build a great computer for as much as an Xbox One/PS4, but I probably wouldn't be able to get an Xbox One/PS4 until the price comes down to a fraction of the original, as I did with the PS3/XB360. Hell, I didn't get an original Xbox until the 360 had already been out. And then there's the fact that I'll have to keep upgrading every time I want a game that comes out that needs higher specs, which consoles don't have to worry about, obviously except for different gens. If I have to choose between getting a game on console or PC, I'll choose console. I run into less hardware problems, no viruses, etc. I want to love PC gaming, but it just costs too much. For example, I spent more on my out-of-the-box computer (dual-core, integrated graphics, >$600) than I did on my XB360(~$100), PS3(~$100), PSP(~$100), and PS2(~$50) combined, and it would be another $170 to get a worthwhile graphics card. I would throw in my Gamecube, but I don't remember how much that was.
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