Well yea.. hardware wise $500 can get you better gear in a PC than either new console. Then you can factor in some games at stupidly low prices and you can have a decent computer and a small library for the same price as a new console and no games.
I've been debating whether or not to buy a smaller computer to plug into my TV and use the new game streaming on Steam to stream all the epic games from my beast computer to the cheapo computer. If that works well, it'd be like having a console (which will also be considerably cheaper than an actual console :P)
Lolz.. I actually saw BMTH and Parkway Drive at Warped Tour a few years ago. Not really into the festival crap but the lineup does seem pretty good for the tour this year, though I guess it would be good if Parkway Drive was the only band playing since I ALWAYS miss them when they play near me and they've been my favorite band for..8yrs now?
As for dropping the 360.. I can definitely see why you would do that. So many of the really good 360 games have moved to PC and even some of the really good X1 games are making the jump (damn near crapped my pants when I saw Dead Rising 3 coming to PC ). Looking forward to next gen releases makes the PC more appealing too since a huge chunk of the really good looking games (imo) are going to be releasing on the PC as well. I've got the stupid PS4 for the short list of exclusives that has, but chances are some of those will go to PC too.
Best part of PC gaming is how goddamn cheap everything is. Steam summer sale and G2A.com ftw.[/endwalloftext]
Not exclusively per se. My 360 is in storage as I slooooowly move out of my house. PS4 is still plugged in but its pretty much only getting Netflix action. I naturally got DS2 for PC so I don't miss my 360 too much atm, and having the orgasmic PC versions of Wolfenstein and Watch Dogs lessens the pain as well Why?
-Btw.. A day to remember is touring with Bring Me the Horizon