Crysis 2 on PC (and PC gaming in general)
Also Crysis 2 on PC was updated to run in DX11 mode (far more advance than any current console), and had a free high quality downloadable texture pack (1.7GB), which has much better textures than the console version.
Currently I run at 1080P (1920 x 1080) with DX11, the texture pack, and all settings on Ultra.
The game looks astounding. A comparison with the console version, and the XBox version looks like it's running on a budget laptop with a mobile GFX card.
Also console controls will never beat keyboard and Mouse in an FPS (in a 3rd person game, yes sometimes console control is better, but never 1st person).
Also, I have nVidia 3D vision, and can still run with Ultra details when in stereoscopic mode :-)
Basically current consoles = mid range PC from about 2-3 years ago.
A modern mid range PC, even a reasonable Laptop, will be at least twice the CPU and GPU power of any current console.
A modern high end PC will utterly destroy any console.
For comparison, the current consoles (XBox 360/PS3) GFX card is basically equivalent to an nVidia 7800GTX or ATI X1900.
That was current tech back in 2006 when these were being created, that's 5 years ago now! These chip sets are so old, no one sells them any more.
To make matters worse, modern tablets (Tegra 2 etc.) and catching up rapidly with the consoles. The current versions aren't quite as fast as a console, but the next versions, due later this year or early next, will be.
If the PS3 and XBox 360 aren't replaced within the next 6 months (which they won't), then they won't even be able to keep up with mobile phones and tablets!
Current consoles are not 'next gen', they are not even 'current gen', they are 'past gen' and by several generations as well.