This is an interesting categorization. Probably the main thing that isn't quite so clear is what gets categorized as a "PC game" and what is "arcade evolution"? I would probably call Animal Crossing a PC game, since it is a life sim. However, it has never been available on PC. On the other hand I'm not sure how I would categorize games like 3D Mario and 3D Zelda. They don't feel like arcade evolved games or PC games to me. I guess they are arcade evolved, but they are just a further iteration away from pure arcade games?
the arcade branch with Atari, Sega, Nintendo have one contender now: Nintendo. In Generation 3 and 4, Nintendo has a great conteder, pumped arcade game style, Sega. Now, Sega embraced the cinematograph games. Cinematograph games have pc roots.
The Pc branch with Sony, Microsoft, and Activision and EA pumped the games have a crowd competition. The Action Gun/Sword game with narrative direction it's a saturation point now. And the arcades base styles, have Nintendo with the leader of the segment. Race, Fighter, Platform, Zelda( besides Adveture or Rpg), Strategy, Sim, etc.
Animal Crosssing is arcade sim, because of short of times of play. the more simplification of rules.