I believe that if you do a hobby, you have to do it right. There's no sense in doing gaming and then restrict yourself to one system. My pet-system is still the 360 though, even if I sold off most of the games I bought for it over the years. My gaming-corner includes a 360, the nerfed Xbone which became a pretty good console because of the nerfs, a PS3 which became pretty awesome near the end of it's cycle, a PS4 which absolutely destroys the Xbone in what if offers through PSN, a PS-Vita for the remote-play as you haven't experienced gaming until you play Dragon Age Inquisition through Remote-Play and spin to noobs that the game is running natively on it (lol) and a PC with enough power to remotely control a Space-shuttle to Mars.
While my PC is a true exponent of Masterrace-dickery, from a high-end I7 processor, high-end Nvidia to 32Gb memory, it is also the weakest gamebox known to man. Since last 2013 until now, whatever remotely triple-A released on it was a total clusterfuck of day-one patches that wrecked more than what they were meant to address. Games that were absolute dreams on consoles where nightmares filled with bullshit on the PC. Even the console-version of the Sims 3 was superior to the PC-version and then we're even talking about a PC-conversion and not the other way around as is the case with the bulk of triple-A releases nowadays.
The most famous example of that is Arkham Knight, a game that was taken off the market for PCs with no clear date on when it will return. On my PS4, it's as of now the best game of 2015 for me. (Though Fallout4 will probably destroy it, free from platform considerations.) Though the game itself is a generic fighter which left me wondering why I was Batman while I just as easily could have been Nathan Drake or Lara Croft for all the difference that would have made, it is a marvel of game-engineering otherwise. There isn't much that Rocksteady didn't get right there.
On the PC, B-roll games like Euro Truck Simulator 2 absolutely steal the show, though if you truly want hassle-free you're looking at indie offerings in the pixel-art department. Latest gems are 'Guild of Dungeoneers' and 'Holy Potatoes!', both of which games utilizing a mere fraction of the power my PC is able to put out, as both games wouldn't be misplaced in a browser-game environment.
With both the PS4 and the Xbone now offering those pixal-art indie-games too, proudly owning a Masterrace-box is more becoming a pageant for who is the biggest douchebag playing browser-games than running games that actually showcase the ludricous power a PC can put on the tarmac. Makes you wonder of who the peasants really are, huh?