PC Gaming

I always thought the only time I would game would be on an Xbox or a PlayStation or even a Nintendo console. I never thought I would get into PC gaming. 

It was Liam who recommended it to me and I am so glad. I am still saving to subscribe to World of Warcraft but I love playing on the free version. I even bought Overwatch on the PC and downloaded Heros of the Storm.  The steam sale is an absolute savings killer and my backlog on Steam is unreal, I really do need to try power through the games I own. As I sit and think about it now I honestly don't think I have spent over £6.00 for a game on Steam, which is a huge difference to the sale price of actual Xbox games on disc. I am hoping to get a gaming laptop and a new PC soon, if I do I know it will be expensive but I know I get my monies worth due to the cheap games and often the quality of the games.

One thing I struggle with is the controls obviously I aren't used to using a keyboard, but I know with practise I can only get better, plus the majority of games allow you to use a controller to play. My current top 3 games on PC are, Heros of the Storm, Hearthstone and Life is Strange. Each game adds a different aspect to the gaming world into play and I love how smoothly they run on my PC. 

I can honestly say I will be playing on my PC a lot more in the future and will be putting more money in to create my perfect set up, so watch this space. Also keep checking back for PC reviews.

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See you later,

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