Almost exactly the same for me.
I started gaming with both the NES and an i286 PC, but quickly transitioned more and more to the PC. 1992-2004 I was almost exclusively PC gaming apart from the Master system at my mom's place (my parents were divorced and I lived with my dad but visited my mom every other weekend). In 2004 I really needed an upgrade as Master System games became almost impossible to find even on flea markets, so I convinced my mom to buy a 99€ silver Gamecube with Mario Kart: Double Dash (best Mario Kart ever btw imo). I brought it and my TV set to the trade school (we had our rooms rented for 9 weeks straight at a nearby hostel), where a colleague sold me his SNES with 40 games (among them Secret of Mana, Secret of Evermore, Doom, Terranigma... not bad for 40 bucks ;) just Super Mario World and Super Mario Kart were missing) for 40€. Then a couple month later I helped a friend move out of her old home at the university, and she gave me her old PSONE as a thank you gift. Of course, if you get 3 consoles in as many months, you're bound to get back into console gaming, and a couple years later my mom's second husband gifted me with his N64 and PS2 because he couldn't find games for him on modern consoles anymore (he loved 2D Jump& Runs, which really got rare at that era)
And so, with all those donations, I got back into console gaming, though PC will forever be my main platform.
I was different, in that me and virtually all of my friends were console gamers, with PC gaming really not being something that we thought about or delved into. There were very few exceptions; the only PC games I can remember playing really were titles like Kid Pix, Millie's Math House, Spider-Man (2000), Max Payne and Stronghold. My mom had Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation and Tomb Raider Chronicles, while my step-dad had Serious Sam: The First Encounter, Serious Sam: The Second Encounter and Age of Mythologies, but that was about it.