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because with the Xbox you just plug it in and it works and only requires occasional dusting. I don't understand even the basics of building a gaming PC that would cost £1000 and possibly need upgrading in three months. And to top it all off someone on the PC board told me I should just stick to consoles and shouldn't try to build PC ...
Why would you need to upgrade every 3 months? Upgrades only come out yearly and that just shows how ignorant you are.
and fact, you can build a computer today and it will run any game the Xbox One can in it's entire lifetime, better.
The only exception is, if you upgrade your O/S, then the O/S requirements bring up the game's requirements but that's not needed since all the hardware supports Direct X 12 so if you build with Windows 8 today, you're set until they dismantle the X1
3770K | 780 Ti x 2 Steam: Xeeh Origin: TurboPeasant
I agree with TC. I just need to buy the Xbox, a TV, a nice headset, an Ethernet cable, and the games. All I have to worry about is brightness and contrast. With a PC, I would have to buy all that plus graphics card, RAM, a tower, motherboard, soundcard, etc etc etc and it still wouldn't run the latest games at the Max settings. I would have to worry about resolution, frame rate, textures, antialiasing, shadows, etc etc etc.
I don't care about video games enough go spend my time with that crap. If someone does, good for them. Just don't rub it in our face because we don't give a rats ass.