Pretty nice considering I'm almost always using a controller. Mostly because I don't play online shooters, mmos or assfaggots.
Keyboard is terrible btw, mouse is almost decent.
When I actually need to write I use one of my other PCs.
all i got since i'm too much of a lazy shitter to actually build my models
that's not the picture i wanted, i don't even have that picture on my hard drive
I like this one, although the room looks very small.
>How's Jessica Jones?
Very safe. Its a casual thing that you dont seriously watch, more like throw an eye when you hear something interesting is going on, else just have it run as you browse 4chan.
Hey I have that exact same prize fig
>hurpa durpa spending money on your hobby is bad
>yo gotta save money for your kids that you will never have
There is one, and only one drawback to Alienware, and thats the price. No other reason to not get it.
The build quality is great, the style is great, the support is amazing, you get to customize and engrave your nickname in the metal, etc.
Only reason not to buy Alienware is money, and money isnt a problem. Really ,if you have more money than you spend, you'd be a fool not to buy from them.
Why two towers?
Why two laptops?
Why four monitors?
What are the steering wheel, gearshift, and pedals used for?
No hate, I actually think that setup looks rad. I'm genuinely curious. Beyond playing superior ports of console titles I'm pretty ignorant about hardcore PC gaming.
Anything a person does for enjoyment or fulfillment in their spare time is a hobby, be it playing video games, building models, stamp collecting, etc etc. You may not think it's a hobby but it's a good thing the world doesn't care what neckbeard autists think.
One is the old PC, that was outdated and replaced.
Only three monitors, the fourth is a TV. Some games can run on 3 monitors for a near VR experience.
The wheel and pedals are for racing games, which works great with the extra monitors.
You usually develop some kind of practical skill or learn something new with hobbies. That's why video games aren't hobbies. Ask any half way successful person in the world and they'll tell you video games are a waste of time and are still made for children.
>great grandma (mom's mom's mom) was a life-long veagan, died when she was 98
>great grandpa (mom's mom's dad) died last year at 100, ate almost nothing but meat and grains, barely ate vegetables at all
Everyone is different anons. I just hope I inherited that side of the family's longevity rather than my dad's side of the family where everyone dies from cancer at 60.
>You usually develop some kind of practical skill or learn something new with hobbies.
You should take up reading dictionaries as a hobby. It will help you learn the practical skill of not talking out of your ass.
It's a 5000 yen wall scroll I won in a 500 yen drawing box in the back streets of Akikabara.
They really aren't. And you even admit they are overpriced.. Even if money is no object you could have at least done a little research instead of buying the first Gamer-approved, mass market, falls apart after one week, bullshit available at Best Buy.
I've actually bought pretty much everything, and decided these brands work best, look best, and have the best support. Them costing the most is a bad side effect which I am willing to ignore.
mmmmmmmmmmmm a big JUICY meaty sausage!! mmmmmm daddy
>never any advice for the setup
>never any mention of the table or the layout
>never any comment on the union jack
>only jelly, all day err day
At least make some comment on the quality of brand tech, like previous anons did. This here is pure shitposting.
I converted an extra walk in closet we had to a battlestation, that way the rest of my apartment doesn't look cluttered with game shit when people come over
I dont get this. When people come over, the PC is needed to play music, or a movie, or for us to play some hotseat or just yo yo lemme show you that one video I was talking to you about.
Why would you hide it? Pretty sad, man.
New basement lounge TV station. Rate?