I don't own any consoles. When my sons were at home, we did, many years ago. They're grown with young families of their own now, but don't think they're into adventure games. More sports--maybe some shooters, and their kids into children's games. I personally would not buy a console just for a game. It would have to offer more advantages than that. But I'm not even sure what services consoles offer now days besides gaming.
I'm probably not the best person to survey. We live in Alaska surrounded by trees and do not currently have access to cable TV or Internet (just slow DSL). We use a Roku device to stream movies, which usually does ok. And we have DVD players and fairly upscale computers. But would a console really make sense in our situation? I have no idea.
"Dragons were never gone. They were just invisible and very, very quiet." ~ M'aiq the Liar (Skyrim)