Do you play games on your living room TV or a separate, dedicated TV/monitor?
I have my own monitor that I play games on. But gosh darn it, 20" is a little small for my preference. So A TV comes in handy to watch movies on. Eh... then again, some computer games throw a shit-fit and don't automatically change display resolution upon being launched when plugged into the TV. That's a little thing that I have to remember if I'm switching from a 16:10 monitor to 16:9 dumb TV.
only thing i play on my 360 is Forza.
I have the 360's audio hooked up to my pc's soundcard, and the video to a second input on my pc monitor.
So i can for example voice chat with my pals on mumble at the same time as i am playing Forza on the xbox, and when im done driving around the nürburg ring, I'm back in windows with the click of a button.
Im still unsure on how required the kinect is, but, as i am sitting at arms length from my monitor, i dont really see where i would put it, would really be a waste to have it plugged in all the time.
Yep, totally agree with the premise of this thread. Man caves don't need this 'one' entertainment device concept. I go into my cave of evil to game and watch movies, TV used to be a living room thing with the wife until we cut the cable. Now she watches Youtube on her laptop in the living room!
Opps.. wish I could revote. I have a specific room where I do my console gaming. Coincidentally it has a DVR in it as well for the purpose of catching up on recorded shows late at night when everyone else is asleep. The room is set up like a living room though. It's nothing fancy except for the fact that it's where the stereo system is, current gen game collection, and both a PS3 and a 360. So in a way I guess It's kind of a living room...? What the hell defines a living room anyway?
My PS3 is hooked up to my TV on my desk, which, when I'm not using my PS3, acts as my second monitor. My 360 hasn't been hooked up in something like three and a half years.
So yeah; I'm not even slightly the target audience for this thing.
I feel you, duder. Same here. Dual monitors for life.
I have a small PC monitor to my left and a pretty good TV that also serves as a computer monitor directly in front of me; everything is hooked up to this TV. Xbox, Xbox 360, Wii, PS2, my brother's PS3 for now, and my PC. I also have a laptop next to me. I also have a pretty good stereo and Turtlebeach headphones set up.
I am not lacking for media entertainment in my room, and I don't need an Xbox one as an all-in-one media hub. I have a PC for that.
PS3 and and Xbox 360 in the living room on a 40 inch LCD television. Computer is in my room with my main router. One cable goes out to a switch in the living room which connects my consoles. No idea what I'm going to do with my new systems but I also just purchased a projector so I'm considering gaming on that. Especially PC games.
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