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Post console to a pc gaming computer
Why should i change from console to a pc gaming computer ? i need some help i wanna give up ps3 and 360 and change to pc but idk if i should i love graphics and awesome game play but pc has limited games so idk what do u think. what kind of games can i get for pc i see alot of rpg what about shooters and racing games.


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Post Re: console to a pc gaming computer
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Post Re: console to a pc gaming computer
My family almost exclusively uses PCs for 3D gaming (other than the occasional Wii session). A PC can be customized to no end, and can have as good of graphics as you could ever want; it's all about the hardware you can afford.

It seems you can get pretty much any game for a PC. I can think of at least a handful of both FPS and racing games that my brothers play on PC (Battlefield P4F, BC2, 3, etc. and NFS, etc.). In fact, they have so many PC games, it seems they are always showing me a new one (not all FPS and racing).

IMO a PC is much better for gaming. If you have a gaming rig, your whole PC experience will be improved, so you can take advantage of your system even while using the PC for other tasks (besides gaming).

It seems to me that a pretty good gaming PC can be bought/built for around $700-$1500.

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