The difference between PC and Console gaming.

Solice12 By Solice12, 30th Jun 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
Posted in Wikinut>News>Technology

Read about the substantial, and not so substantial differences between PC and Console gaming.

Console V PC

Remember when Console gaming was the thing? Where they were capable of running games, where there was no graphic capacity? Good times.

Now - With all of these upcoming games, one of which being Watchdogs, an intense graphical game. We all know that Consoles have a limited graphic capacity, and in my honest opinion - to what Watchdogs is going to be like on the Console ( Limited graphics due to the console capacity ) is not going to match up to what it will be like on the PC.

Consoles have a capacity on everything, then the PC's only capacity would be the say, graphics card you had purchased ( Amongst the processor and other such things ).
In short - Console's are limited to their graphics, memory and almost everything. Then there's PC - Of course, there's a capacity to how well your machine can perform but PC can perform at a much higher rate that Consoles can. Therefore, Consoles are dying slowly, along with it's consoles games, such as Call of Duty.

Though as consoles, PC also has it's downfalls - it's pricy. If you want your PC to perform at a high rate and you want it to be able to run say Battlefield 3 on Ultra graphics, you would have to splash out quite a large amount of money. Though in all honesty, you get what you pay for and it lasts.

This is merely a review but just comparing the two in reality. I have played all, PS3, Xbox, Wii, DS, PC ( Which I use now ) though I may be a little bias as I am a PC user. Nevertheless, all above is true and you can even do you own research into it.

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Console, Console Capacity, Pc Games, Pc Or Console, Pc V Console

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author avatar Solice12
I write reviews on websites, games and other such things. I also promote helpful money making websites. In addition to ones above, I write fitness and health articles.

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