3.5 points is ridiculous. It only shows that these reviews are neither objective or accurate.
Maybe if the open PC platform actually offered a truly unique experience over consoles outside of a little more pretty and MMO/RPGs, then you’d be right. But since that isn’t the case, closed vs open is a moot comparison. GTA V proves it doesn’t matter as much as people think.
OS X is closed. However, the hackintosh community is very active (http://tonymacx86.com) and has grown so much over the years. It’s not what it was 5+ years ago. Installing OS X on non-Apple hardware has never been easier. Hell, I dual boot OS X Mavericks with Windows 8.1 and it’s practically perfect. Work and play on the same machine is fantastic.
Technically, when you choose recommended hardware, you don’t lose any important advantages by installing OS X on non-Apple hardware (this coming from a staunch Apple user). That limitation just isn’t there anymore. Apple is closed, but by virtue of being x86, it has made things a lot easier for the hackintosh community.
So the sentiment that OS X is hobbled by non-Apple hardware is inaccurate. It actually runs very well and requires very little if any driver tinkering to do so.
The PS4 just doesn’t have that “killer game” to warrant an immediate purchase. The technical merits of this new generation won’t really be felt until 2 years down the road. The Xbox One might actually fair a little better, but I don’t know how much more since it’s most exciting title, Titanfall has been delayed.