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Only have a laptop, and it's not meant for gaming.
I already have a 360 and already have Live to play most games with my friends. Didn't see a reason in shelling out money for a PC when 90% of my entertainment comes from playing online with friends (none of whom play on PC).
I enjoy the 360 controller; I know it could be used on PC, but I don't have a USB connector for it, just a wireless controller.
And last, but certainly not least, I don't want to be one of those guys that goes to forums just to compare sizes.
Specs. I mean specs.
Pretend there are awe-inspiring lyrics or oh-so-hilarious quotations here, please.
Only reasons to buy it for PC over console are mods, console commands, and potential for better graphics.
Since none of those things even remotely interest me, I really just prefer it on my Xbox. This way, my computer can stay at my desk, where it's far more comfortable. I don't have to go buy a wired controller or wireless adapter for my current controller. And I didn't have to risk my computer somehow not being compatible with Skyrim, a problem I've often had with PC games.
Plus, I got to be a beta tester for both Dawnguard and Dragonborn.
"You persist too long after your own defeat. Come then, warrior. Have your resolution."
- 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
"I am the Princess of the Night. Thus it is my duty to come into your dreams."
I find Bethesda games absolutely terrible and boring to play. The only reason I've bothered with them is because of the huge modding community around every game. Therefore I can't understand how can anyone play this on console.
Dark Souls I understand completely, but this? Are you roleplaying something in your head to make up for nothing happening in-game? Seriously.