Hello! My name is Hunter, but on the internet I am often known as Slo. I love technology and science. I have a lot of ideas and opinions and I love to engage the community. I have a blog at slotheking.tumblr.com where I post my ideas. I always want other people to share their opinions with me. The more perspectives I get to see, the better I can understand other people. The Verge is a great retreat for me to catch up with the latest tech and other stuff related to technology. I like to consider myself a gamer, but by no means a professional one. I love to play indie games like Pid and Fez. Along with indie games, I enjoy playing GW2, Planetside2, Hawken, and of course, Minecraft. I love the internet, and I hope to explore it throughout the rest of my life.
Well, if you own both right now, which one could you live without? Also, some games are better with a controller and a TV than a keyboard and mouse, and vice verse. You may want to look at your budget because, if you can afford it, why not get a console and just give your PC a little spec bump? As for upgrading your PC, that’s always going to be relatively cheaper than a console. I know I’m not really helping that I’m not giving you a definite answer, but I think you should consider the above.
Previously owning a 360 makes me want to try the PS4 to see both sides of the ball. Plus, there’s no backwards compatibility on the One, which means I would need to keep my 360. Seems kinda ridiculous to have two xboxs on top of one another.
I think there’s something wrong with the "products mentioned in this article section. It displays the FitBit One, which I did not read in the article, and leaves out the HTC One, which was talked about in the article. Did I miss something or is this a mistake?