console gaming is more immerisive, smooth, and fun, i've had many years of being a windows pc gamer and console gamer...console gaming has a higher % chance of just working. It's also better designed for asking friends over for video games. I think online gaming in comparison just blows unless you live in a highly urban area with the absolute best fiber optics internet service, this is even true as of this year. I spent years playing LOL and the number of times you lose the match just because someone has lower-than-ideal internet is quite high, first person shooters suffer even more from online play. It's really hard for me to imagine what it was like being one of the first LAN gamers playing DOOM, how that sh*t even stayed around for a week, lmfao.Yep I all good things eventually come to an end.
Gaming on an Xbox is way better than on a computer.
I know a lot more folks that game using Xbox's than computers.
However, PC gaming "wins" in terms of flexibility and potential to not spend as much money. I'm probably one of the youngest people here, but i still grew up in the 90's/00's, and buying cartidge after cartridge or tape after tape really ads up...now adays, you don't have to spend ANY money on either the games rf source of digital media with an internet connection. I do side with Bartman in terms of feeling about buying a disc and popping it into your computer, but those days are over in the big sense. Optical drives, however, are far from dead, so someone wouldn't have that hard of a hard time starting up a DVD to 4k based based gaming company.
Turn-based MMO play has a huge amount of potential in terms of including everybody, but of course first person shooters and action based online games are still going to dominate the market because they better satisfy human impulse...