Money spent on a powerful PC (that you built yourself) is never wasted and hi-def, high-fps gaming is just one of the benefits. It's great doing school work with 50+ FF tabs, 15+ PDFs and a whole bunch of huge MS word and excel files on two 1920x1200 monitors without any lag in performance. It's not really that expensive either.
As a gaming PC owner, CoD on PC doesn't sound the least bit appealing to me.
The game doesn't even look much better on PC, anyway.
Is it because PC fanbase is smaller than HD consoles and doesn't get as much support?
I wonder why the PC versions of COD games tend to receive less support. Are the sales really that much lower? It's not like PC gaming is dead. The most played game in the world right now is a PC exclusive (League of Legends). Its peak activity is almost quadruple MW3's highest recorded peak activity...yet somehow, the PC FPS community just isn't that big. It's kind of sad because I much prefer keyboard + mouse controls.