How to pick a video game system

31 thoughts on “How to pick a video game system

  1. Thirsty Benz

    “Do you have any friends” -> “Real friends or Internet Friends”

    Oh lol, that is awesome. The raw essences distilled down to a simple flow chart.

  2. Anonymous

    This flowchart is extremely inaccurate.

    For example, if I have real, human friends, I should buy the Wii. However, what if I don’t like Wii. No HD, crappy technology, stupid kids’ games. What if my real friends want to play a GOOD fps like Halo 3? They don’t have that for Wii.

    Also, consoles are waaay better for gaming. Maybe you guys don’t like the controls (you prefer using the mouse), but that’s only one negative thing about consoles. All games that ever come out for the Xbox 360 are obviously gonna work. However, for PCs, you have sometimes have to worry about driver and OS issues. You graphics card might not even be good enough to handle the newest games, so then you’ll have to buy a new one. I don’t know anything about PC gaming, but I’d guess you need a pretty good graphics card to play a modern game at 1920 x 1080 resolution; the Xbox 360 and PS3 do this effortlessly.

    Overall, with a better selection of games, the Xbox 360 is the best.

  3. SweetLuna

    I agree with “Anonymous” above. This chart is not accurate. (But I do find the ‘real friends’ or ‘internet friends’ rather funny!!! 🙂

    I like video games but would not consider PC as my ‘only’ source for playing them. I say what he/she says: “Overall, with a better selection of games, the Xbox 360 is the best.”, without a doubt!

  4. John

    Anonymous-
    You can connect a controller to your PC. PC computers are superior in gaming because there is no standard and quality is set by the distance to the horizon. If you go the money, you could build a PC that is better than the next 2 generations of game consoles. Game consoles are just cheaper.

  5. im raw

    this list is lame ad not true. What if we have internet friendsor real friends but we like the wii or ps3 then what?

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