So haven't really been a console gamer in about a year now, I jumped over to PC when my laptop died and put in some money so I can probably run some modern games on there with good results, It's not cutting edge but right now just able to run some top games at around 60FPS no problems, empthasis on the just part.
Played the Battlefront beta and liked it, reminded me of how I was when I came home from school playing the origionals, and yes I am looking at picking it up - Problem is, I don't know which platform.
PC It ran pretty okay, though I wanted to look at getting a PS4 to stick in the living room, use it as a gaming machine and something I can just put netflix on when the friends are round, I don't really want to haul a £500 heavy computer case down a flight of stairs.
Most Helpful Girl
The PS4 is the only console I've seriously considered getting in a very very long time. There's a lot of good games already on it or that are going to be released on it in a year or two. If you'd use it a lot, I say go for it if you have the money to spend and haven't gotten a new console for a while.0
Most Helpful Guy
Basically i say use a ps4 for gaming and keep your pc for anything else. I personally dont like mixing the two.
As for which console - go with ps4, they gained a lot more traction this time around and that means they will get better content. Its also a touch more powerful
I have bloodborne, shit that game is so good its unbelievable how amazing. Its a must play. Call of duty and star wars, gta 5 - these are all heavy hitters. Ps4 by a mile0