- Jan 19, 2009
- 330 (0.08/day)
- New York, NY
|System Name||The Baconator|
|Processor||Phenom II X4 965 @ 4.00GHz|
|Cooling||Zalman 9900 CPU Cooler|
|Memory||16Gb DDR3 @ 1600MHz|
|Video Card(s)||ATi Radeon HD 5870|
|Storage||OS: WD 300Gb @ 10,000rpm. Storage: 2 x 1Tb @ 7,200rpm|
|Display(s)||ASUS 27" LED 1080p Monitor|
|Case||Cooler Master Sniper Medium Tower|
|Audio Device(s)||MoBo Integrated|
|Power Supply||Corsair PSU 750W|
|Software||Windows 7 Ultimate x64|
My thoughts exactly.My guess is people who have to money to buy stuff simply because they can. It is a cool little idea, but personally, I will not be wasting my time or money.
Some people here seem happy and mention how great of an idea this is. But the way I see it is that (and I'm BOTH PC and console gamer) they want console gamers to jump to "PC gaming" (which really wouldn't be PC gaming anymore) and promote PC game development.
But console gamers will still buy their consoles. They want their Zelda, God of War, and the bunch of other games that will never see light outside of consoles.
PC gamers will still stick to their PCs. I can hardly see someone who's all into WoW, Starcraft, Dragon Age, and Skyrim drop the advantages that their keyboard and mouse bring for some console-PC hybrid thing with a fancy controller.
On an unrelated note, I'm looking forward to Wii U.