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"I play the Seaon 1 Friday night events on my PC. Not a gaming PC and it does fine usually for playing. Mouse and Keyboard isn't so bad at times. But I do prefer my controller for fall guys and rocket league."
"Once I went PC I never looked back. I have access to so many more games and with cross play functionality being a norm now, it was the best decision I ever made. If you're on the fence about switching from console to PC, don't be. Just get the PC."
"I'm not a member of the PC master race, sorry. If you've got a beefed up super computer at the cutting edge of technology at all times? 5 stars. Not independently wealthy? You'll be at the top of your game for a few months. I know consoles have plenty of issues also, don't get me wrong..."
"In reality, it depends on the game that you're playing, but just the sheer power and customizability of the world of PC gaming is top tier.... as long as you can afford it (*stares at rig that hasn't had a significant upgrade in 7ish years*)"
"Played on consoles since I was a lad. A buddy of mine showed me his setup and Aladdin’s “A Whole New World” started playing in the room. After I made him turn the CD player off, he showed me exactly why playing FPSs on a PC is a must."
"I had have my pc for almost a year and it is so awesome. You can do so many customizations and there are amazing mods. There are so many games and they all run so well. Communication is great on Pc too. This does depend on what Pc you have but if you have a decent one you should be good.
"PC Master Race! Honestly the ability to customize to your needs makes it a must have in life and gaming. I am headed into building my first custom PC in a few months. I have had gaming desktops and laptops, hands down recommend to anyone serious about gaming."
"I've been gaming on PC for a long time, playing the Kings Quest series, Scorched Earth and Doom in the early 90's, then Warcraft, Starcraft, Command and Conquer, Heroes of Might and Magic series. For the last 20 years or so I've only gamed on the PC and the Nintendo systems since a lot of the great Playstation/Xbox games make it to PC as well. 2 years ago I built my first custom PC which was a great experience in itself (I love upgrading parts of it like fans every now and then). It's hard to justify buying $60 console games when I can buy 6-10 AAA Steam games for the same price on PC."
"The rating is obviously based on your own PC. My computer is barely cutting it these days. It functions as a streaming PC and that's it. When I upgrade to the desired specs in the coming months I will be able to play whatever I want, and that is the power of PC gaming!"
"Can't give anything but 5 stars for this. Build it however you want, based on how much you are willing to spend. Have been building custom gaming PCs since the days of the 3dfx Voodoo cards. I can probably build one blindfolded and asleep at this point. "
"I was a Xbox kid for years, but as I have started losing interest in FPS games I slowly drifted to PC. With all modern games being available on PC (besides Nintendo), through gaming service like Xbox Gamepass and Playstation games coming a year later after release, the necessity to own certain consoles has begun to dwindle.
I currently have a nice gaming PC with a 3080 + Ryzen 7 5800x combo."
"Honestly, my only PC gaming was done in my youth where I played some NHL game and some racing game where I always used a McLaren. I can understand why people would prefer PC over console, but I never got bit by the bug. Even once tried playing Fortnite on kb&m ... I'll stick to a controller! haha"
"Master race, its true. What you can do with gaming on a PC versus a console is nearly endless. You can build games, mod games, up until recently the only place to stream games. I built my first "gaming" PC back in 98 and never looked back. "
"I bought my first gaming PC last year just to be able to stream Switch games. It's a low budget PC with still only 60 fps, but I finally understand the hype. There's something really enjoyable about sitting right in front of your own personal screen and playing almost any game you want. I've also upgraded it twice, something I never thought I'd be doing. Outside of Nintendo systems, I don't see myself buying a console again. "
"I mean, it’s a PC. The amount of customization is unparalleled to anything else. Yes it’s gotten expensive, but it has the capability to play games how some deserve to be played. Don’t forget the ability to enhance your gameplay like creating fun mods for some games or streaming"