Speaking as a PC gamer. Technically, PC is superior to consoles, there is absolutely no denying it because it's fact. A PC is capable of much more and is much more versatile in every single way. PC's can also play any console game in 1080p or higher (as in, two, three times higher) where most games only really go up to 720p on consoles, with as high anti-alising as you like, *usually* crisper and more high quality graphics in general, and with a solid 60fps if you have the setup for it. (where as a lot of console games run on about 30fps which is very jarring if you're used to smoother frames)
That does not mean that PC's are a superior choice than consoles, because there are other factors too, rather than just technical factors which is what PC elitists focus on.
Price is one huge factor (yes, the $2000 bullshit is nonsense but PC's are still undoubtably more expensive to build and maintain than it costs to simply buy a console and keep it for 5, 6, 7 years.) Also, consoles encounter much less problems than PC's. PC's can get all kinds of shitty problems due to hardware incompatibilities, we also get more buggy releases in general, theres also DRM to contend with if you care about that (I personally couldn't care less even with Ubisoft's DRM.)
We also get less game releases than consoles... PC gaming is certainly not dying though, we get the majority of all the decent console games plus our own exclusives so that is and always has been a baseless claim... But there's certainly a lot less if you're the kind of gamer who needs two or three new games every month.
Overall, neither is better than the other because it all depends on what YOU personally want from a system. That's all there is to it.