Posted: Apr 26, 2015 1:29 am
by dochmbi
If you enjoy problem solving and like learning about how your computer works, then you should definitely go with PC gaming. Most every game you install will have some issues to resolve, depending of course on your sensitivity to such things as mouse acceleration, stuttering, framedrops, screen tearing, input lag, low fov.

Basically, if you like to tinker with things and really understand how things work, go with PC. I've certainly had a lot of fun, getting a game to run nice and smooth is satisfying when you need to put some effort into it.

I don't even mind if a company releases a broken game, as long as it's fixable by the community. My view is different from the mainstream though because I have plenty of time to spend on my PC hobby, and I also typically don't pay for my games. I imagine if you just payed 60$ for a fancy new game, you'd be pretty pissed off to have it be a broken mess.