Pretty boring, but:
TRS-80 -> Apple II -> Apple IIc -> Apple IIe -> PC
There was some stops at consoles along the way (PS, PS2, Xbox, Xbox 360) but I never played more than one game on there - GTA4 on X360 was the only game I ever even bothered to finish
PET -> Tandy -> microbee -> amiga -> pc -> snes -> psx -> n64 -> xbox -> wii -> ps4 -> ps5
zaxon on my tandy!!!!
Atari 2600 -> NES -> PC (286) -> SNES -> N64 -> GameCube -> PC (better, can't remember what it was running though) -> Everything else from there on out because my job
N64 is still the tits for me. It just opened up gaming in a way nothing else had at the time, led specifically by Super Mario 64 and Ocarina of Time.
Currently jump around between Series X and PS5 and my 3070-powered rig which I'm upgrading to a 3090 soon.
There's also some other stuff in there -- I had an Atari Lynx for a while and a Game Gear, but they chewed through batteries and I couldn't keep feeding them.
intellivision - > Commandor 64 - > Some Tandy computer, not a trs-80, was monochrome - > PC with some side hussle of Megadrive-> PS4 and Xbox 360 <-> PC
Also, long time no post, hiyas 🙏 ✌️
PC -> PC -> PC -> PC -> PC
Never actually played a console in earnest, to me they are novelty factor home arcade machines. Any title worth playing is on PC and is experienced the best on PC.
I do have a retropie however, just for the amusement.