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The Awesomeness Of PC Gaming That Those Console Paupers Can’t Fathom


PC Gaming is awesome. And though I’ve been a console player for 31 years now, I’ve got to say: There’s a ton of ways in which PC gaming is just straight-up better than console gaming.

PC Gaming’s a beautiful thing. It puts a man in control of his gaming

Mathew McConaughey’s been on PCs since… oh…  long before anyone paid him to do it. He didn’t do it to be cool. He didn’t do it to make a statement. He just liked it.

Real men prefer PC because they want to take control.

Console gamers get everything spoon-fed to them.

They sit there with their mouths wide open waiting for a developer to feed them their latest cuisine. And they’re all fed precisely the same thing. Their games are always precisely the same because they’re all running on the same hardware. It’s Attack Of The Clones all over again. Same hardware, same controller…

The PC gaming master race is all about individuality. It’s like madis gras. We celebrate the differences. Our set-ups are beautifully individual. A PC is a reflection of its owner. What does a console reflect? Conformity? Blandness?

There comes a time in a man’s life when he casts aside the consoles, when he head to Future Shop with pride and picks himself up a damn good PC. It’s a right of passage, like circumcision is to Jewish people. Remove the stone of shame. Attach the stone of triumph. 

Who controls the British crown? Who keeps the metric system down? PC gamers do. PC gamers do.

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Wise man once said, “You can see the reflection of a man’s soul in the PC he builds for himself”. All right no one said that except me, but I’m pretty wise so deal with it. Point is this: your PC is yours

You’re completely in control of your own PC. It’s like building your own house or customising your car. When you create your own PC (or mod your own PC) you’re creating something that’s yours.

Your PC is something you’re proud of because you put time and effort into it. No console gamer can possibly understand that.

Talking ‘bout making gaming your own, what about those mods…

Console gamers are excited when a game includes customisation option, level editors and etc. Here’s the thing, fool: You can mod virtually every game ever on PC. Don’t like your character’s costume? Mod it. Want to see a different kind of level? Make it.

Want to see Thomas The Thank Engine fly in The Elder Scrolls?! PC gamers can do that. 


PC gaming puts you closer to the developer because you, like them, get to be creative. Just take a look at the sheer amount of Skyrim mods. There’s a whole community of Skyrim modders on PC, and they’re constantly creating awesome new content. Every day there’s something new and brilliant on the Skyrim Reddit.

You can mod on consoles too… pah, you can if you want to anyway. XBox 360 modders have a pretty decent community. But it pales in comparison to the modding community on PC.


And thanks to that modding community, old games are constantly being revived on PC when they’re dead and buried on console

When a game dies on console it’s dead. Gone. Buried. Won’t ever rise again. But on PC? Modders constantly revive old games and produce new content that keeps older games fresh. They take those corpses of games pass, go all Frankenstein on them and eh voila! you’re game’s alive again.

The modding community truly matters, because it brings PC gamers closer to the developers. Modders play an instrumental role in the creation and maintenance of games. It’s like PC gamers are part of the team where console gamers are just spectators.

And then there’s the simple fact that games are better on PCs.

Provided you have a high quality gaming rig, a good graphics card and sound card, and a great gaming mouse and keyboard combo, then games will be better on your PC than on console. And that’s always going to be the case because new hardware hits PCs first, meaning PCs are always one step ahead of the game.

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Long story short: PC gaming puts you closer to the gaming community, closer to devs, and more in control of your games.

Console gamers, honestly, just grab yourself a great PC setup and join the community. It’s a more thriving, creative place.

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PCs Can’t Handle 2 Goats, Playstation Can, Says Goat Simulator Creator

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Double Eleven and Coffee Stain Studios have just announced that the absolutely sublime, life-changingly awesome Goat Simulator will be heading to Playstation 3 and Playstation 4. But that’s not all the Goat Simulator creator had to say. Speaking to the Playstation community, the geniuses that created Goat Simulator made the following statement. “The PC version… Read more »


25 Games Like Adventure Town for iOS, Android and PC

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Adventure Town

Adventure Town is a city building game with RPG elements. You begin with a small town, build it up and then use your team of heroes to defend your town from the hordes of enemies that attack. Adventure Town is a very popular game because of its combination of RPG elements, city building and cutesy cartoon graphics.

In terms of video game design, there isn’t really that much to make Adventure Town stand it. It’s a basic city building town in which your heroes defend the people of your homeland.


25 Games Like ABCYA

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ABCYA is one of the top websites when it comes to providing free educational video games for kids and children. The activities on ABCYA are designed to help kids to learn and are designed for elementary level students.

One of the best things about ABCYA is that every activity on the website has been created by actual teachers. This means that you can rest assured that your kids are playing truly helpful and encouraging games that provide a positive influence. The games available on ABCYA are free too and are modeled on the lessons kids take in elementary education. The purpose of the game is to support kids studies in schools.



Let’s Support: Forma.8, an Upcoming Space Exploration Game

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 Forma 8 is an upcoming new space exploration game from Mixed Bag, a (self described) “Little indie developer based in Turin, Italy.” With Metroid like themes and gameplay, and graphics reminiscent of Another World, we reckon Forma.8 is worthy of your support. In Forma.8 you play as a little exploration probe that is stranded on… Read more »


Games With Physx | Games That Use Physx

We reveal the best games with Physx (games that use Physx engine by NVidia). BEGIN Games With Physx | Games That Use Physx HERE This list reveals the best games with Physx–the best games that use Physx, NVidia’s realtime proprietary physics engine. The Physx engine are available on all major machines including WII, XBOX 360,… Read more »


2 Defcon | Games with low system requirements


Number 2 in our list of the best games with low system requirements is Defcon, a real time strategy game like Civilization in which you battle against enemies in the thermonuclear conflict that almost resulted from the Cold War. 2 Defcon | Games with low system requirements                … Read more »


6: Retro Games with low system requirements


Because all retro games were released at a time when PCs had worse specs than they do now, you’ll easily be able to play most retro PC games on your machine, regardless of your system’s specs. Some of the best retro PC games include: Secret of Monkey Island: Classic point n click adventure game with lots… Read more »


Best Games with Low System Requirements


Games with low system requirements are highly popular at the moment because, let’s face it, we don’t all have the world’s best graphics cards in our systems, and that’s especially true if we’re using our office PC. Types of Games with Low System Requirements Thankfully, there are tons of truly great games with low system… Read more »