I have been planing on getting one of my friends to help me build a gaming PC within the next six (6) months or so. I was looking to drop about a max of $900 or so.
I have alway been a fan of plug and play systems. Last gen I had a Wii for a bit and a PS4 as my main systems of choice.
I was planning on skipping this gen and just building the PC and going steam. Then i heard about the steambox. I dont know much about it. I cant find much info about it either.
The question I ask you guys is it really worth it over a gaming PC? I would love to have a system that lets me play PC games that I can easyly cart around from place to place.
I dont care too much about graphics so its ok if its underpowered. As long as its easy to play on my tv and will play PC games and is cheaper than building a gaming PC iswhat really matters to me. --- HMJACK707
I would love to have a system that lets me play PC games that I can easyly cart around from place to place.
steambox is it then.
and is cheaper than building a gaming PC iswhat really matters to me.
not gonna happen since it's a prebuilt after all... though it's always a plus that you can upgrade it down the line. --- PC hardware doesn't need to match console hardware in price when PC gamers save literal thousands from the software they buy. http://www.steamgamesales.com/
Wait. That's the only way. You can go without for a couple of months, right? Pick up a 3DS and game there for a while. --- Pacman is a deadbeat uncle who embarrasses everyone involved while living off of his one single moment of glory he had back in the 80s -Tirkaro 2013
Whats a small form PC? Just smaller? If so im assuming that increases price which is a turn off for me. Sorry if thats not what it is. Im a PC gaming noob. I had a macbook the past 10 years. --- HMJACK707