>could easily spend hours playing console games on my comfy couch
>have to constantly take breaks when PC gaming
There will never, ever, EVER be a gaming chair as comfortable as decent couch. No wonder PCucks are so angry all the god damn time, they're just uncomfortable all day while gaming.
Can't you just hook your pc up to your tv and do the same exact thing?
>Not for casuals
I always find it funny when people try to imply this.
PC Gaming in many respects is for casuals. The reason for this is the biggest casuals of all are those that can only afford laptops and always end up playing crap like Dota or LoL, or some terrible MMO. These games tend to be the height of casual shit, and what's worse is that games like Starcraft or Diablo have dumbed themselves down to appeal to these people.
Say what you want about consoles and them being filled with casuals (because in many ways they are) at least they do not possess the turbo casuals that make up the majority of the "PC fanbase".
These are people that will not play anything besides LoL, DotA, or Starcraft. On rare occasions they might play indie shit, or Minecraft. Sometimes they might boot up CS:GO or TF2, but usually they stick with DotA/LoL. They are the biggest casuals of all time and make playing on the PC that much worse.
But i can plug an x1 controller into a usb port and play probably every game in my steam collection from my couch.
as a pc gamer, i agree, except i have no other choice
I just need something soft and supportive for my dying spine. My dining room chair is not either
If youre going to bait, dont make it copy pasta tier or else people will laugh at you instead.
>choose a genre even PC hates
Mobas are shit, you aint baiting shit you fag.
OP here, my pc is in my room and the tv is in the living room.
maybe someday I'll move out and can have both on the same place. also I hate using controllers for FPS, I can barely use them for third person shooters.
>not mounting your monitor/tv on the ceiling to game while in bed.
I can spend entire days on this thing (mine has no arm rests, it allows me to chance position more often), while I can't stand being more than a few hours in a car, bus, plane.
I can't stand couches unless I can lay on them.
A good chair is very important.
The left literally has a UE4 tech demo, about baking global illumination for high realism.
The right has two games that are about ten years old.
People will take this seriously.
>do I buy a ps4 for like 400 dollars to play 1-2 games I even care about, with paid online, and with only 1 control method
>do I spend around $500 - $1000 for a very good PC that allows me to play 90% of console games at higher fidelity, allows free online, allows multiple control methods, allows modding game files for extra performance or gameplay features, allows a more tailored experience, allows me to play many vast older game libraries at higher fidelity than the original releases, allows me to refund if I am not satisfied with the product, allows me to be patient and receive more for less.
It's pretty tough for me to choose, let me think on it.
Since this thread is a thing,
I recently had my old chair crap out on me, and I think its time to invest in a new one.
What is the comfiest computer chair for under $200?
>$500 - $1000 for a very good PC
that will last a few years before needing upgrades
>90% of console games
not modern day console games, and finding obscure emulator roms is a pain
>be patient and recieve more for less
call me when ps3 and 360 games are emulate-able
You can work it while you jerk it on this baby