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12 hours ago, Ne0 said:

Are there any good gaming laptops that can last for at-least 4 from now ? Was thinking of getting a macbook pro (13") for personal use, but at the cost, I thought I could easily get a gaming laptop.  Any suggestions ?  Don't want the screen to be larger than 14", since I would be mostly using it connected to a monitor.

 

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29 minutes ago, i_rock098 said:

It was free just recently.

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lol I wanted to write shadow tactics but my brain wrote shogun total war.

 

shadow tactics is rs 127.

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31 minutes ago, Joyous said:

Asking your opinion 

 

How's gameplay in PC compared with consoles (PS4 and Xbox) 

 

:D

 

Depends on the game and personal preference. 

 

I usually like playing racing and sport games with a controller. So don't mind those on consoles. Can't stand shooters, online, and RPG games on console. PC all the way. 

 

Can't stand low FPS/30 fps trash experience on consoles either. 

 

But for budget gaming, consoles are good. PS4 has some good exclusives too if you are into it. 

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2 hours ago, Joyous said:

Asking your opinion 

 

How's gameplay in PC compared with consoles (PS4 and Xbox) 

 

:D

 

better in every way provided you have to money to buy and upgrade Hardware, only drawback is there are no good quality "exclusives" as such, because PC doesn't have one specific manufacturer or seller for games.

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12 minutes ago, dylanjosh said:

 

What do you mean by "hows gameplay" ? 

 

I guess the question is specific to you, and whatever rig you're using. 

 

I myself don't play on PC now, don't have the time/money to keep up with the hardware and RGB trends but will consider getting back into it this holiday season.

We've got wayy too many free games on PC to pass up on, and even a ton of cheap games which are fantastic.

 

Only downside is that will have to spend good amount of cash to get my PC to be functioning and future proof for a couple of years. Will wait for the 3060 card to show up, then think about it.

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better in every way provided you have to money to buy and upgrade Hardware, only drawback is there are no good quality "exclusives" as such, because PC doesn't have one specific manufacturer or seller for games.
I guess a graphics card upgrade is good for at least 3 years. And MOBO and CPU last around 6 years easily. In that sense , it's cost effective than consoles i guess.

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Depends on the game and personal preference. 
 
I usually like playing racing and sport games with a controller. So don't mind those on consoles. Can't stand shooters, online, and RPG games on console. PC all the way. 
 
Can't stand low FPS/30 fps trash experience on consoles either. 
 
But for budget gaming, consoles are good. PS4 has some good exclusives too if you are into it. 
I use controller in PC. Microsoft controller is what I use.

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better in every way provided you have to money to buy and upgrade Hardware, only drawback is there are no good quality "exclusives" as such, because PC doesn't have one specific manufacturer or seller for games.
There are some PC only games which are really good. Some recent ones are Civilization series, total war series, dota, age of empires etc. Just total war series is worth building a PC for.

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This is a slightly weird query perhaps, but I really enjoyed Asphalt 8.

 

I want to play it on PC now, but prefer using a controller. I downloaded it off the windows store per usual, and KB is fine but I want to connect my dualshock 4 and use that instead.

 

I assume the game has controller support, but how do I use the DS4 instead of a gamepad designed to work on PC?

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