Well, that has pretty much been the case, but now that the new console smell has worn off, I find myself thinking about playing games on my PC that I never finished. I never completely finished Fallout 3 for example. I have Crysis 2 on my PC with the MaLDo mod that looks amazing. Just as good as Killzone I'd say. Maybe even better than Killzone.
Yet, I still haven't played a game on my PC since buying these new consoles, but I think it's more of a mental block than anything else. I think it's more of a case of me spending all this money on these new consoles, and needing to justify it. If I already start returning to PC games, then what does that say about these new consoles ?
I saw the Steam and Amazon sales recently on PC games, and I didn't buy anything at all. Primary reason is these new gaming consoles. Again, if I buy a game on Steam, what am I saying about these new consoles ? I'm kind of invalidating my investment in them. I think to myself, why buy Tomb Raider on the PC, even if it's only $7 or whatever it was, when I can rent the PS4 version from Redbox sometime in a February ? (assuming Redbox in my area will finally be renting PS4 or XB1 games by then).
I could have bought Bioshock Infinite for a cheap price ($8.50) or something like that, but maybe there will be a definitive version on PS4 or XB1 ? I could try it there instead.
Part of the reason could be that my PC gaming system isn't a high-end rig anymore. It was high-end back in the spring of 2010, but now... not so much. I probably could upgrade the GPU for sure, but again, just spent over 1 grand on new consoles.
Anyways, anybody else struggling with how to juggle your time between PC gaming and next-gen console gaming ? Anybody exclusively go back to consoles like I did ? Anybody have no problems bouncing back and forth between consoles and PC ?