December 9, 2009

PC vs. Xbox 360

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PC vs. Xbox 360

This debate has been going on for a while, but is still interesting to consider.  What is the superior gaming platform? PC or the 360. . .  Whatever way you lean, there’s no denying that Microsoft has got a vice grip on these markets throats, but they do deserve some praise, no matter how much they extend their dreams of a full blown monopoly.  Obvious downsides to the 360 are; Xbox live fee, can Microsoft not make enough money though advertising on Xbox live to eliminate this fee?  Also the inability to upgrade hardware with the 360 is a huge downside.  Beside a few months following its release, the 360 is no longer cutting edge, although compared to a top of the line gaming rig the 360 is relativity cheap, and could be considered more user friendly for new gamers to jump in and get to da gamming.  The PC is more expensive, that’s a given, but offers many options for upgrading and customization.  There is also the gaming experience to consider, many people, myself included, prefer to play fsp’s on the PC because of the feeling of better control with a mouse (arm, wrist, hand, finger movements) as compared to a 360 controller (thumb and finger movements).  But someone that grew up playing more console games most likely would prefer to use the 360 controller than a mouse.  Let’s hear what you think, which is superior and an overall more enjoyable gaming experience?

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  5. RustNut - December 24, 2009 10:16 am

    actually thsoundamn ur dumb

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  6. DeathProof - December 19, 2009 1:45 pm

    yea fool, like Soundman said, WTF!!!! lol, now U got an upgraded computer, so whats da excuse now?

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  7. thsoundman - December 19, 2009 12:55 pm

    Actually that would make you new school as PC’s were original… basically what you are saying is your used to console game therefore thats what you play 😛 Oh BTW when you going to log in and play some games with Adam and I on steam 😛

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  8. RustNut - December 18, 2009 8:34 pm

    x box wins hands down. I love gaming on the x box. I havent tried too much gaming on the pc mostly cause it doesnt appeal to me that much. I hear its faster and easier to controll but I am just old school and rather do it on the x box. Thats what she said. The fees are kind of pricey but I gotta go where the gamers go. RustNut out!

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  9. PimpmasterF - December 13, 2009 8:26 am

    I enjoy my 360, but like deathproof said the xbox live fees are a bit ridiculous considering microsofts revenue and incoming cash flow from software & hardware. In my opinion its a bit of a greed thing and I think they would do well to provide xbox live as a free service. For instance Im not gonna pay a fee to play online with my 360 when I can play online for free on my PS3. And as far as PC vs Xbox360 goes, PC FTW when it comes down to raw power, customisation, and graphical supuriority. But of course it comes at a cost.

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