Once you have no OS nor (free) application selection (I assume that you're unaware the Sony is blocking the Linux option on PS3; neither xbox nor wii include such option), a console is just as PC as a smart phone (And -no-, jailbreaking is not a viable solution.)
Originally Posted by Dragonlord
Never the less, as you're sticking to a very narrow definition of PC (and hopefully, you truly believe in this somewhat flawed definition and you're not simply arguing for the sake of the argument as your argument revolves around semantics and nothing else), please let me rephrase myself:
Gaming on user-built / configured / customized / installed - general purpose computers with a general purpose operating system is slowly dying, with most of the games and user-base slowly (?) shifting to gaming-optimized platforms (AKA consoles) as well as mobile platforms (cellphones).
... Or are you trying to argue otherwise?
P.S. Repeating the login part would have been more amusing if I had the option to edit a post once I pressed the send button. Repeating this jab (over and over again) was pointless and immature.
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