My considered opinion over three decades of playing video games on PCs, consoles, and other computers, is that consoles are best used for media streaming.
Except these days you can build a budget HTPC which is more powerful and more useful than a console for less than a console.
I have GTA V which I haven't really played much of, I played The Last of US. And Lightning returns I played a bit of and that was it.
The worse part I bought a year PSN+ and some titles that I will never play on it.
Oh well :P
It's almost as crazy as the $150 (£100) I spent on Archeage
The "almost" accounts for the week or so I do nothing but play each new NHL game when it comes out.
The whole reason why I purchased a Wii was for the classic NES and SNES games. Then I found a USB SNES controller and discovered emulation on the PC. I have not touched the Wii since.
Overall, I will stick with the flexibility of the PC. It has a control scheme that makes sense. Just push a button on the keyboard, not left trigger-A-press B twice, to complete an action. The mouse is more accurate than any thumb stick, reason why most PC Games do not have auto-aim. Finally, even on a moderate machine, the graphics are much better.
Consoles are limited to play games and go online, that's it.
Porting console games to PC is nonsense, as trying to put an egg back into the hen.
Consoles are made for kids and for people who find PCs too complicated.
And as linesma said, the mouse and keyboard are way better than any controllers.
Oh yeah most of them end up on PC yeah. But its that damn time scale that ticks me off.
As a point made out that Controllers are good for certain things and mouse n keyboard are good for certain things. I use contolers for driving as I dont have a wheel. Also use them for my UFC n Wrestling games.
Oh and a quick off shoot they so need to bring wrastling to the pc. It would be awesome.
* Updated game trainers and cheats daily
* Get notified when new cheats are added
* Request which games get new trainers
* Priority support with any problem