This is not about exclusives. I'm thinking about getting this horror game soon.
I don't wanna get it on my console because I won't get to use my mouse and keyboard or customize the settings and graphics. As is often the case, the mouse and keyboard are easier to play this with, for anyone who actually bothers to learn. I really wish the console manufacturers would finally come up with a better design, but it's the same thing generation after generation. I'll also have to play at 30 frames per second, 1080p.
I don't wanna get it on my PC because I won't get to use my home theater system. You CAN connect a PC to a big TV or AV receiver, but coffee tables are just not optimal for mouse and keyboard usage. It's uncomfortable. They are meant to be used on a higher surface, like a desk (or in my case a table). Windows and most programs scale poorly to 4K, so these newer TVs are crap for general computer use, and using a mouse in a game running at 4K means having to change the sensitivity. QHD (1440 vertical resolution) is ideal. I also can't play the PC version of this horror game with my surround sound system, because it would mean having to drag the PC out into the living room (for one game). Almost no one in the PC community plays their game on a home theater. Ask around and you'll find that most of them use headphones (or stereo speakers in my case) and sit at a desk with a monitor, because it's just easier and more sensible. But so much atmosphere is missing, in my opinion.
I'll still get it, but I'm not gonna be completely happy. For most games, I don't care. Sometimes, though, I want the benefits of both, even though they conflict with each other. I felt like making this thread because one side always acts like they have it all (again, not about exclusives). You can be satisfied, be a PC gamer who doesn't give a damn about home theater equipment or a console gamer who thinks the controller is flawless and 30 fps at medium settings is super, but I just don't agree anymore.