Because I'm content with what the console version and the game itself has to offer and don't see a reason to make another purchase. Nothing PC exclusive appeals to me enough to make the change. I literally couldn't care less about mods, better graphics, or any of the other things people claim makes the PC version better. --- "The madman is not the man who has lost his reason. The madman is the man who has lost everything except his reason." - G.K. Chesterton
whats with the PC elitists judging people for playing it on the 360 lately? this exact thread happens like every other day
i have both versions. my PC plays it smoothly on high settings. i choose to play it on the 360. its more comfortable and enjoyable to me. could i hook my PC to my tv sure, but i'd have to do alot of rearranging and get some really long cables. the benefit would be so minor its not really worth the effort.
theres a PC board for this game, go there. --- Gamertag: Clonedzero
I'm simply more comfortable with console gaming. I like being able to lay in bed and play. Plus, my laptop isn't very powerful and it's not the hassle of trying to get a gaming PC set up in my bedroom. My current little set-up is perfect for me. --- GT: SqueamishPaper6 Pawn: Shard
- comfort and convenience - no temptation to use console commands to cheat - once I DO buy this on PC, it's going to be so modded up to hell it won't be the same game - I'd have to updgrade or buy a new PC to play this as well as my 360 does
Exactly these reasons. Once I have the funds. I'll invest in a gaming console with controller use, hooked up to the flat screen with surround sound. Until then I'll go with the 360.
Or just buy the steam console. --- Even if there isn't a hardcore mode...It's food. Eat it. Like a boss. It's a roleplaying game. Go have breakfast. -DoctorScraps