I would ignore the results of the poll. The posts in the thread may raise valid points, but the poll just ends up being “what do you play these games on?”
A while back we had a poll about whether someone should get a bethesda rpg on console or pc (maybe oblivion, maybe fallout) and he made it clear that his PC could handle it just fine, and the poll was split. But that’s a complete nonsense result. The stock oblivion game is mediocre at best - it’s broken in all sorts of ways and goes from a mediocre to great game with customization and mods. It looks massively better on the pc. It’s almost a completely different game. There are no multiplayer considerations like “all my friends already have it on ____” There’s no reason whatsoever to recommend the console version, it has no advantages at all over the PC version, and yet the votes on the poll were split. From that you can infer that no one is actually making reasoned recommendations when voting in these sorts of polls, they’re either answering “this is what system I play it on” or “this is what system I advocate for”, not “which game would be best for you given your situation”
Additionally, I never understood why people obsess over the big screen thing. You’re almost always getting less visual information, so it looks worse, but people are convinced that if it’s bigger it’s better. There was a thread a few weeks ago about a guy who ditched his beautiful extremely detailed apple 30" cinema monitor for a TV that had about 1/5th the resolution (as well as being inferior in every other way too) because it was 12" bigger, for use as a computer monitor. Bigger has one advantage - it’s easier to view from people spread over a wider area, so it’s easier for more people to watch it.
Even ignoring the graphical differences, just talking about optical differences - a 22" or 24" monitor at 2 feet away from you gives you way more visual information than a 50" TV 10 feet away at the same resolution. The smaller, closer monitor takes up a greater portion of your visual field - there’s a larger apparent area for your eyes to resolve detail on. On top of that, monitors are typically better than TVs in all the important areas - detail, color accuracy, reactivity, input lag, etc. So even discarding the console vs pc thing, you simply get much better detail with a close monitor than a far TV.
Throw in the console vs pc thing, and the PC is probably running at 4x or greater resolution than the console game, with AF and AA and better textures and all that other stuff that comes along with it. So adding all of that up, the console feed on the TV is going to look massively worse than a PC feed into a monitor. So it baffles me when people talk about wanting to game on their big TV as if it somehow improved the visual quality of the experience.