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Are PC Games Better Than Console Games?

Posted by on Oct 6, 2017

What a question! There are thousands of articles out there debating this point and rightly so. Now, if you are a console player, then you may or may not agree with what I sat in this blog. That is simply because I am bias as hell due to be purely a PC player.

Saying that, please don’t let the fact I am PC boas put you avid followers of console off reading this article. I’ll tell you why – because console players should have fun ripping my viewpoints apart.
I have 3 categories of gamer friends:
Those that own an Xbox, Nintendo or PlayStation
Those that own a PC
Those that have both

I should add a few further sub categories. I have a few friends that have all the above. One of those friends has all the consoles and a gaming PC because he works in the financial industry. Naturally his flash ass has bundles of cash and simply buys everythi8ng he can get his hands on because he can – “Oh the envy!’ lol…

There are friends of mine that are still living with mom and dad. They have brothers and sisters that all own one or other. The sister likes the Nintendo, the brothers like Xbox and PlayStation, so they agreed to buy a different console and swap consoles when they feel like it.

Then they have the family PCs and work laptops – to which one of the brothers is self-employed, and so for tax reasons he invested in a super fang dangle Alienware laptop.

What is Alienware?

For those that don’t know what an Alienware gaming laptop is, then check out this link for more info. You will surely be impressed.

Me personally, I have an Alienware PC, which is truly out of this world – but let’s not boast.
And Now Let the Debate Begin!

As I have so many friends with all the consoles and games you can imagine, I’ve regularly tested them all out. I do like to smoke a little herb, so sadly rather than barring it up on the weekends as any mid-twenties male should be, I tend to enjoy the relaxation of a smoke and game play with friends or on my own.

Let me tell you that there is not a console I have not played on. The end result, I still love my PC and believe PCs are better than consoles. I’ll tell you exactly why in the next section.

Now my friends don’t have a blog, so they can’t really argue back at me, unless of course my blatant reluctance to endorse consoles sparks some anger or competitive spirit that just maybe they do decide to start their own blog. Let’s see – and I’ll be sure to let you know if they do.
PC Gaming is Far Superior to Console Gaming (Don’t shoot me!)

Consoles are simply a gimmick to pilfer cash from people on a regular basis for several reasons. These reasons pertain to the reasons for me avoiding them.
They upgrade the console every 1 or 2 years so you must buy the new one

These constant upgrades may be due to new technology, smaller more effective computer chips, but it is also taking advantage of consumerism much more than PCs do.

When a console is upgraded you need to buy the same game again to be compatible.

I mean how ludicrous is that. You have to buy the same game twice. That really takes the biscuit. Not only did you just fork out a small fortune on a new game, you have basically committed yourself to buying more expensive games that you already have on your old console.

Arguably a lot of the games are still compatible with the older system on occasion as long as the way the game is inserted can fit the style of the new console.

You cannot upgrade a console like you can a PC

What I love about PCs is that no matter how old they get (within reason), you can upgrade certain parts of it. Now, you may say, isn’t this the same consumerism that I was talking about when covering the topic above on upgrading a console.

I would have to agree and disagree with that point. Of course the PC market is not short of its own tricks when it comes upgrades. Despite that little set back to my argument, I am not having to replace my entire PC system.

If initially I purchased a PC with decent motherboard, then I will probably not need to replace it for years. There again there are components that do need replacing here and there are:
The hard drive
Memory upgrades
Graphics card upgrades
These are components together can cost as much as new a console if you replace them all at the same time. However, you rarely need to, and so the cost in the long run of upgrading PC performance is far cheaper than having to go out buy a whole new console.

PC Games are Cheaper

Before console games were an annoyance because you could not download them like you could on a PC. Now you can, so that wipes that part of my argument. On the other hand, PC games don’t need upgrading just because I purchased some new hardware for better gaming performance.
In fact, many PC games need you just to install and add on or upgraded version of some games every so often which is cool.,/p>
PCs Can Simulate Game Consoles

Ok so this is not strictly ethical, but you can get PlayStation or Xbox games to run on a PC. All you need is a simulator and then you can download that game. The control functions may be a little harder on your PC games controller or keyboard but PCs even solve this problem.

Just by knowing where to look, you can buy a PlayStation or Xbox controller and use a convertor so you can attach these to your PC. The legality of it I have never been quite sure of, but it can be done.

The Low and Short of It

PCs are the much better investment. I can play all the console games I want from Xbox and PlayStation using emulators. Admittedly, there are times that the console games stop working because there is some block, but eventually there is always a work around.

Then, I have all my PC games to play on top of this! My PC lasts longer in terms of technology, it is cheaper for games, and with the graphics card I have, it kicks the ass of any console.

Like or not, I have spoken my mind. I hope you enjoyed the read, and I really hope I have stirred the honey pot between the argument between PC gaming and console gaming.

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Mobile Games Which are Safe for Young Children

Posted by on Sep 13, 2017

Let’s face it, technology is advancing at such a rate of knots that there is little we can do to stop our children from wanting to play games. Mobile games especially, are very accessible these days and with almost every home having some kind of mobile device whether a tablet or phone, our children are going to want to use them. 

Of course, the buck stops with us as parents as to how much we allow them to be ‘connected’ and it’s a difficult balancing act of bowing to their demands or and setting guidelines that they must adhere to. Additionally, we do not have to just consider how long they will play but also the types of games that they will want to play at such a young age.  We have to be sure that the games they are playing are suitable. 

Take a look at some titles we would more than recommend as safe gaming options for your young children. 

Angry Birds 

The only way anyone has not heard of Angry Birds before could only be if they’ve been living in a cave for the past five years or so. The Angry Birds franchise is now quite a big one considering the simplicity of the game. Perfectly suitable for young children, Angry Birds is a puzzle-style game that will not only provide your child with a safe, fun and free gaming experience but will also be very good for them in moderation as it’s a puzzle game that will challenge their brains. 

With a couple of Sequels already out and many more expected, Angry Birds has tons that it can offer your young children. 


Minecraft is another title that needs very little introduction as it’s popular with players of all ages. For children it can really help them to be creative as they go about building things and learning how to survive. When we label it s a game, it really is not a game as such as should be considered more a you. Similar in a way to lego, you can build whatever your imagination thinks up. 

In survival mode however, there is a kind of game element to Minecraft, as you’re meant to survive out in the wilderness, building shelter for the night in order to protect yourself from the monster that come out. Additionally, you will have to get enough food so that you do not starve. A great game that is more than suitable for young children. 

Candy Crush 

Puzzle games have always been an excellent choice for young children as not only do they not contain violence and other material that you don’t want your children to see, but they also help them mentally. Candy Crush takes quite a lot of thought sometimes and can be very challenging for developing brains. Despite the challenge, it’s a very entertaining game which is shown by just how popular that it is. Still going strong after so many years, Candy Crush, which has spawned many copy-cat titles from competitors, is without doubt one of the most popular puzzle games of all time. 

Color Switch 

Another very popular game in recent years that would be ideal for young children to play is Color Switch, another title that will have them using their brain and reflex skills. The idea is to bounce a ball through a series of obstacles in order to get to the end of each level. Similar to that of Angry Birds, timing is very important as you try to navigate through the obstacles and while it can be very frustrating, the feeling you get when you finally pass the level, is nothing short of euphoria. 

Lego Games 

There are a bunch of Lego titles that have been hitting the mobile industry over the years that are perfectly safe for younger children. After all, Lego is a toy for children to play with, so it makes complete sense to aim the mobile games at them as well. Most of these games are adventure style games that are not overly difficult but are extremely fun for children.  

Some of the titles are set in different niches of Lego such as Star Wars, so there really is the variety out there to download something that your child is really interested in. Most are free to play but a couple of their titles will require a small purchase unfortunately. 

Intellijoy Games 

For the parents out there that have really young children, Intellijoy is a developer that you should check out. They specialize in developing the brains of children in a fun and efficient manner. Children can play games such as connecting the dots, alphabetical games, puzzles and painting games. There is an extensive library of games that Intellijoy offer, each being of some educational benefit to the children that play them. 

A good tip would be to buy the entire catalogue of games rather than one by one as you will save around 60% doing it this way and get so much more value for your money. There are free games that they offer as well, if you do not want to spend any money but we do highly recommend support this games developer as what they’re doing is really helping children to develop. 


None of us want to flood out kids with violent action games at too young an age and we certainly don’t want them using the internet and mobile devices for too long each day. They will no doubt want to do both as they get older and sometimes you will not be able to prevent stopping them from seeing these violent shooting games, yet the most important years are when they’re very young and when their brains are developing at the fastest rate. 

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Online Gaming is Becoming a Career

Posted by on Mar 7, 2017

Imagine for those of you that are avid online gamers when you are good enough at playing a game that you get paid for playing. This is the case with so many games nowadays.

Some people become coaches and some become pro players; while, others become marketers specializing in the field of online gaming.

There are of course more obvious jobs in the field of online gaming such as programming, graphic and motion designing, algorithm coding as well as the actual coding that goes with designing a game.

The latter jobs within the online gaming industry that are based around the design of the game itself are fun for some. However, coding and designing is serious work and usually means a 9 to 5 office job working for a gaming company.

We will look at the more hands on side of online gaming careers here:

Becoming a Pro Player

Now this is no small feat to achieve. Usually for a computer game pro you are an individual or a team of 5 or 6 players. Currently sponsorship has not yet filtered down to the smaller regional competition in online gaming.

This means you need to be one of the top 100 players in the world to even become pro at your fav online game. Even then you are cutting it fine in being the in the top 100 – this figure is more aimed at team games like the growing list of MOBA games that are coming out.

Local Competition to Global Competition

In the past, and I am talking about before the internet, you would generally compete with your friends, school mates, other school and those visiting the local arcade. The competition was more secluded to areas. All the changes with the internet and the World Wide Web.

Global Competition

Now the competition has grown with the world connected to the same games. With this has come sponsorship deals, advertising and competition with huge prize pools. Take for example Overwatch. Check out the prize pool money that was involved in this competition.

Prize Pools for Overwatch

The pro players in this game are earning serious amounts of cash. What’s more is that they are playing these games for a career!

Coaching Other Players

If you are a great player, but don’t seem to be able to make it to the pro leagues such as the example of Overwatch below, then you can always get some extra cash by coaching.

Again, like being a pro, you need to be good and really know your stuff. As Overwatch is a team game, you need to know which items you need to buy and strategy.

These items and tactics will not only help you coach your student how to make their player become powerful to contribute to creating damage and win the but you also need, need to be able spot where they are making mistakes.

Another problem is that you are going to get players that have no clue how to play and will not listen to your advice. This is almost like being a school teacher in many ways – except of course a lot more fun.

Some of the pro players even coach in their spare time, but you are looking in the region of $200 – $500 per hour. There are other sites out there where you will get decent coaching for a fraction of this price.

This means as a coach, you are looking at earning anything between $10 to $50 an hour depending on how good you are as well how highly recommended you come. Find out more about Overwatch Coaching here if you are interested in seeing how this works.

Also, you can look at Dota 2 and League of Legends coaching as these are also games where you will find coaches can be hired to help players raise their level of play.

Marketing in the Online Gaming Industry

There are plenty of game in the online gaming industry where there is money to be played without playing them yourself.

Become a gaming writer

Like our own website, you can write about games. As an avid game player, we love writing about different subjects all about online gaming. Game reviews, game tactics, careers in gaming and more. We do this as a hobby and we enjoy doing it because we get to reach out to the public and make our voices heard.

Becoming a gaming marketer

Marketing games is another fun way to make a career out of a booming online gaming industry. You can get paid for introducing people to games either via affiliate commissions, or through CPA marketing. For example, have a look at this SCR888 casino website in Malaysia. They market online casino sign ups for Malaysians. With their brilliant marketing, they have turned this website into a $10,000 a month return.

Becoming part of the Online Gaming World

If you want to become part of the online industry, there are many choices. You can become a programmer if you like the technical side of online games – in the end the reward of all your hard work is seeing the final result of the game being released.

Even hackers earn a living out of breaking into the strings of code and algorithms used to design games, but we have not really covered this because we don’t agree with it 100%. Maybe we will include something about hacking later on in another post when the time is right.

Another option whereby you get to see the benefits of your work in action is become an animation specialist or design specialist.

However, in our opinion, being a professional player or coach are by far the most exciting way to have a career in online gaming. Nothing can beat being a pro in the game that you love playing.

Finally, if you enjoy marketing and playing games, you can get out there and start to market your favorite games online and be rewarded with a commission for your hard work.

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