A small argument for the PC is that PC games are cheaper. The game developers doesn't have to pay a console-maker for the privilege of releasing a game on the PC. Most consoles are sold for a loss. As a piece of hardware, both the ps3 and 360 is ridiculously under priced. What MS and sony makes their money on, is selling games and accessories.
Though admittedly, you would have to buy a LOT of PC games and accessories in order to make up the difference. Consoles are the most efficient gaming machines to make, because they can be made in huge bulks. Everyone knows what they are dealing with.
Ill never leave my PC though. Free mods, dedicated servers for clans and communities, more slots in multiplayer for most games, the precise mouse and keyboard, the biggest controller compatibility, no-mercy simulators such as Arma, Iracing and flight sim, and the pleasure and pride of building your own computer, researching new powerful parts for it etc.
But I would never recommend PC gaming for someone who does not already have a bit of know-how, or does not have an interest for serious simulators(a PC exclusive genre).
Fahrenheit, or Indigo prophecy as it was called in America. Thats the predecessor to Heavy Rain for you kids.
It was more the entire second half of the game rather than just the ending. It started out great, but when they pumped the hero with superpowers, and made it all a cheap Matrix clone, I lost my interests for it.
They seem to have learned their lesson in HR though.