Every couple of years - usually after a fresh crop of consoles hit the market - the drumbeat starts to sound: PC gaming is finished. Consoles are where it's at.
Three years into this so-called "next-gen" console cycle, sales of the game systems - and by extension, the games for them - have generated a boatload of cash. But you don't hear much about PC gaming these days, unless it's "World of Warcraft."
Is it true? Is PC gaming really dead?