Sony fans are unique, because unlike Wii and 360 fans, who each are content with defending their console on its on terms, PS3 fans will more often then not use the PC to defend the PS3. This scenerio has heppened to me countless times (im using 2012 examples):
Me: Witcher 2 and Minecraft are amazing 360 games. PS3 doesnt have them.
PS3 Fan: They are not exclusive. I can just play them on PC.
Actually pay attention to a PS3 fan defending their console. More often then you think.....they admit to playing their PC alongside their PS3. They know PS3 cant play the 360 games with PC versions so they "bundle" the PC with their PS3 to make the ultimate gaming setup.
Essentially its instead of 360 vs PS3.........PS3 fans turn it into 360 vs PS3/PC.
They need the PC to compensate for 360s multiplats not available on PS3. PS3 suddenly cant stand up for itself, PS3 fans need a second system to elevate it, to make it a fair comparison. But I see its funny that Sony fans are the only ones who cant defend PS3 for its own qualities.
Now please, respond :)
That same thing could be said of 360 fans who can't handle when a PS3 exclusive takes the reviewers by storm visually and they enter the convo with "who cares, PC games still look better". Both sides have used the PC as a blanket at one time or another.
Just on the subject of games on multiple systems - I'm someone that will proudly buy a multiplat title on PC. More often than not, it's the better experience. Plus, it rids the need of sources like Lens of Truth (Digital Foundry does face-offs that include the PC).