Blackwhite wrote:LSD&2Es wrote:Dale White wrote:Horizon zero dawn, wow, just wow.
I am seriously considering this one as a birthday present to myself
This failed to grab me but looks very pretty. What's it nailing, Dale?
Dale White wrote:If any of you fancy RE 7 get it now off shopto, it's 30 quid for the gold edition with all the dlc and 2 new pieces of dlc. bargain.
AndyPaul wrote:Tweaked the thread title if everyone is happy?
Blackwhite wrote:AndyPaul wrote:Tweaked the thread title if everyone is happy?
Oh, and AP, if you can, borrow someone's PSVR and try RE7 then... Killer application, a high water mark.
Devi wrote:Not a frequent visitor to this thread given my ineptitude at most things gaming (bar Dirt Rally, a *proper* game), I'm in the market for a 'gamer friendly PC set up' that'll work well enough for Step Devi #2's imminent jaunt to secondary school.
To wit, I'm after a PC/laptop/notepad/tablet that:
- is good for homework etc. The usual MS Office stuff, I guess? Word, notably, perhaps ppt or keynote?
- is good for graphics: (some of) the Adobe suite - he's artistically gifted, and reckon that'll be where he heads edumakashunally, and perhaps above all...
- is good for gaming. He's bored of the 'simplicity of a PS4' (and frankly, if it stops the arguments with his PS4 addicted brother, I'll take that).
Im thinking a portable, with desk based monitor/mouse/keyboard, that he can take said device to his dad's / on holiday / to school / the kitchen table / sofa for homework etc, rather than the more static desktop, but as a Mac afficionado have little knowledge on the world of PC's...
Over to you, hive mind? What should I be buying?
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