View Poll Results: What gaming system would you buy.

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  • Xbox 360

    43 36.75%
  • PS3

    41 35.04%
  • Wii

    21 17.95%
  • Xbox

    1 0.85%
  • PS2

    1 0.85%
  • Laptop

    10 8.55%
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    Just to clarify, my vote was intended for the X-Box 360, I hit X-Box by accident. What do you mean "voided?"


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    Quote Originally Posted by YoYamma View Post
    Just to clarify, my vote was intended for the X-Box 360, I hit X-Box by accident. What do you mean "voided?"
    i spent most of my money on it

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    My X-Box 360 died a few weeks ago, after about 18 months of almost nightly use. Took it back to Best Buy with my extended warranty and they gave me a brand new one ALONG WITH A 50.00 STORE GIFT CARD!

    Apparently they are selling for less now than when I bought mine. So I used the card to buy another 2 year extended warranty and I still have a $10 store credit!

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    I'd Say PS3.I Like It Because It Plays Blue Rays!

  5. #55
    Why do you need a Gaming PC?

    Of course, you want to play games on it!
    But, you need to answer a few questions to understand what kind of PC you want to build.
    1. What kind of games do you want to play?
    2. Do you want your PC to perform extra tasks like streaming?
    Most eSports titles like DoTA 2, LoL. Hearthstone, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive work perfectly on a mid-range PC.
    You donít need to shell out big bucks for playing these titles.
    However, if you are interested in playing the latest releases on the highest settings then you will have to opt for the latest parts as well.
    How much does a gaming PC cost?
    An entry-level PC will cost you around $500. (Can play most titles at decent settings with playable frame rates)
    A mid-range PC will cost somewhere around $600-$800. (Can play even the latest games at higher-settings with playable frame rates)
    And, a high-end PC can range anywhere from $1,000 to $2,000. (Highest resolutions with max frame rates while you can even stream your gameplay online)
    You decide!
    Choose your budget and your needs!
    Now, we jump into the actual process of building a gaming PC and the things you need to do so. Here is the best guide https://webeeky.com/how-to-build-a-gaming-pc/

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