i'm sure more people play offline multiplayer on console but it's pretty ignorant to think you'll find more people playing online on consoles combined than on PC. --- PC hardware doesn't need to match console hardware in price when PC gamers save literal thousands from the software they buy. http://www.steamgamesales.com/
#12MannerHatcheryPosted 12/1/2013 7:25:04 PM
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#13daemon_danPosted 12/1/2013 7:25:45 PM
The more social games are, the less I tend to enjoy them --- "Frightened by your own smell. Bitterness will run you through." ~In Flames: Bullet Ride
#14FeatherwindPosted 12/1/2013 7:40:13 PM
I used to play console games for split screen but for some reason they started to focus on online multiplayer last gen. PC certainly has a lot of online multiplayer games and looking at the Top 10 PC games list 4 of them are strictly multiplayer. I'm also often on Skype while I play even if I play a singleplayer game. --- pathological
#15ciraMegaSPosted 12/1/2013 7:48:52 PM
It is, but since my PC is hooked up to my TV, me and my friends have fun playing multiplayer coop games like Left 4 Dead and Sonic racing. --- Black
#16BanderasGifPosted 12/1/2013 9:08:12 PM
i agree with OP --- My dual Titan setup: http://i.imgur.com/PwWGVtg.gif If you don't own a PC you are a peasant- Me
#17GoIrish80Posted 12/1/2013 9:27:26 PM
Uh....the most popular PC Games are "social" games.
PC>xbox 360>PS3, in terms of amounts of social interaction. --- We march for Macragge! And we shall know no fear!
#19TheSchrefPosted 12/1/2013 9:47:27 PM
No. I talk to random people on PC more than I ever did while playing consoles. Plus my friends are all PC gamers.
#20doctoglethorpePosted 12/1/2013 9:50:09 PM
Its only antisocial because all your friends play on consoles... I'm in the same boat. =[
But... eh, its like living up in a beautiful excluded mountain cabin while everyone you know is scurrying around in the grimy city below. You visit them from time to time when you're lonely, maybe in the mood for some coordinated auto theft, but for the most part you know your better off up here. When it really comes down to it, I'm happier. Games don't need to always be social affairs anyways. I don't want to listen to you talk while I play Stanly Parable, so a beautiful excluded cabin is probably a much better setting for that then a noisy dirty city apartment.