With all the recent talk about the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One's great hardware capabilities, it's honestly been a little disappointing playing through the current gen's roster of games. Most games don't have much more to offer from the previous gen alternative, and despite the consoles being brand new, they are still having trouble running titles like Call of Duty Ghosts at a high resolution and steady frame rate.
Just like with all console launches though, over time the graphics on the games for both of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will improve, and it's just a matter of time before we really do have next gen graphics in our living room.
So far, PCs are seeming far superior to the PS4 and the Xbox One, but in the future this may change a little. Developers may put more effort into the two new consoles, and this may mean we'll get better content and performance on a console.
A good example of this is the upcoming title Kingdom Under Fire II - The executive producer for the game, Sang Youn Lee, has stated that the PS4 version will actually have better graphics than the PC version. Lee said that it's, "A little hard to tell you right now because if the PC users know, they will be very angry. PS4 has much better graphics. PS4 graphics quality will be much better and higher than the PC version."
It will be interesting to see what other console titles in the future will be able to offer PC-quality graphics.