WorthPlaying writes: "Playing a console game is always a known quantity. No matter what the system, you know that setup never takes more than putting in the game and turning on the system. A minute or so later, you're there playing, controller in hand, and no matter where you are, you know that your experience is going to be the same as anyone else playing that game. With PC titles, however, it's not so cut-and-dry. PCs often have different hardware so gamers are forced to rely on listed specs to know if a game will run or simply laugh upon installation. Even minimum specs can be misleading, as marketing departments often stretch the truth a bit in the hope of making more sales."