I use a PC (Windows 10, Nvidia Pascal, etc.), but I play like it was a console (TV, sofa, controller, etc.). Technically I get the power of a PC at the comfort of a console. To which category do I fall under?
I have recently been playing a lot of Eternal Card game and absolutely love it on my V prototype. And I count this as a mobile game, even if it’s one I would only play extensively on a tablet or up. It’s playable on a phone, but I wouldn’t play any advanced decks on that.
But I still vote for PC, because however much I enjoy to play the odd game on “mobile” (read: the V), I still prefer the flexibility of the PC.
I know I am going somewhat off-topic with this, but I would recommend Eternal to anyone who likes card games like Magic: The Gathering or Hearthstone. In gameplay it’s closer to Magic, but it is a digital game and it knows and embraces it. It also incredibly rewarding as a free to play player.
I’m an almost even split, but picked PC, because despite all my hours into my consoles, MMOs on PC just dominate so much that it can’t be ignored. Some other RPGs and sandbox games also bring up the numbers on the PC.
@Skimaster you forgot to put the option “no favorite, I play them all.” This where I would actually fall. I’ve put console (PS4) but I also game on my PC (i7 6700HQ 2.60, 16gb of ram and a GTX 1060), my cellphone and portable consoles (3DS- fire emblem and vita - persona 4 golden). I have no real favorite… and yes I play a lot.
I play video games rather rarely and am in a phase of being a bit mad at me because of the wasted time afterwards at the moment… I just don’t play enough for a machine dedicated to it, so when I do play a game, it’s on my laptop. That is no problem as I tend to prefer some small indie games that don’t require good graphics performance (the most demanding game I’ve played in the last 3 years was CS:GO). Though I did use to enjoy certain nintendo-exclusive games like Zelda…
I don’t usually play video games, as I find them to be a huge waste of time.
Lately though, I’ve been hooked on some iPad games which have peaked my interest. I’ve also been looking into maybe getting an XBOX One S, as my DVD player has bitten the dust, and it would be nice to have a futureproof Blu-ray player for my next device. (The Xbox One S is about the same cost as a traditional (trustworthy brand) Blu-ray player on some Black Friday deals).
Well, I spent my whole life making games, but I don’t play them. At least not any more. I spent my youth on Pac-Man, Defender, Centepede, Donkey Kong, and the likes. I’m sure there are plenty of games out there that I might like, but I’m not willing to make the financial investment to find out.