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What's The Best Way To Game?

The fact of the matter is, there is no best way to game, but rather there’s only what’s best for you. People argue and scream like 3-year-olds and shut each other down by calling each other peasants, among other insults. This idea of superiority is frankly quite pathetic and extremely close minded. Everyone has their own preferences, whether it be a brand of cereal or a type of vehicle, but many gamers follow a company religiously.

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wonderfulmonkeyman1206d ago (Edited 1206d ago )

One Nintendo home console for the great first party games and third party exclusives/certain indies, and one of the remaining 3 options (PS4, XBone, PC) for great third party multiplats.
Any less than that, and you're limiting yourself as a gamer.
If you can't immediately afford such a thing, save up over time.
You'll thank yourself later for the perseverance shown in the long run.

Multiconsole > single console.

marloc_x1206d ago

Intellevision,Vectrex..