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Discussion in 'Mobile Gaming World' started by GaryOPA, Sep 10, 2020.

By GaryOPA on Sep 10, 2020 at 4:38 PM
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    In this day and age, gaming can be a very serious thing for some people. On the one hand, almost everyone has access to a device that allows them to play video games. From PCs, laptops, and video game consoles dedicated to providing nothing but endless amounts of fun to powerful, pocketable smartphones, we can play games whenever we want. Where, back in the day, gaming used to be frowned upon and a part of a ridiculed, nerd culture, nowadays plenty of celebrities openly talk about their exciting adventures and encounters during long nights of gaming alone or with friends.

    Considering the sheer amount of people that play games today, the vast majority of them are in for nothing more than casual fun. They enjoy simple titles that don't require much effort and use them to pass time. Then, we have more dedicated players who love more demanding stuff to play with. They buy consoles and configurations, play for longer periods of time. Some are in it for graphics, storytelling, or gameplay, and others prefer the multiplayer aspect where they can invite friends or match up against others and compete in various tasks. That competitiveness, in turn, created a whole esport scene where top-tier gamers battle against each other for fame, money, recognition, and more. What started off as a small tournament here and there, in a game or two, over the last decade evolved into a massive, world-wide thing and, in some places, professional gamers are now treated as famous athletes. Of course, they usually don't play hot sex games and focus on gaming more like on a career or a job but the comparison still stands.

    With such a rapid expansion in a relatively short period of time, it should come as no surprise that everyone decided they want a piece of the cake. From game designers and publishing companies to console and PC manufacturers, they are all battling to grab your attention and turn you into a satisfied customer. As a result, there are so many options for a new gamer that they sometimes won't even know where to start. Fortunately, people rarely simply decide to get into gaming and end up facing such a difficult choice. More often than not, they are introduced to it one way or another. A friend invites them to play together, somebody sends a download link to their phone, and so forth. However, the majority will agree that, if you want to be somewhat serious about gaming, whether it's a hobby you're particularly fond of, or if you're looking for a professional career, you should go for a PC, or at least a newer console.

    PC gaming is undeniably the most comprehensive one that offers the most choice but is also the most expensive. The upside is that PCs are versatile machines and, nowadays, almost every household has one. Those might not always be the most powerful machines, but they still allow for some games to be played. That's how plenty of people go down the path to becoming a gamer. Now, when it comes to playing on a computer, you can go for a stationary PC or a mobile laptop. While you can play absolutely free adult games on both but there are two important differences. If you're serious about performance, go for a PC as it will give you the best bang for your buck. Equally powerful laptops are much more expensive. You get portability but end up sacrificing power, the opportunity to upgrade down the road, and some other nifty perks for gamers.


Discussion in 'Mobile Gaming World' started by GaryOPA, Sep 10, 2020.

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