Everyone knows that a “top-of-the-line” gaming PC is often equivalent to the price of several gaming consoles, that’s just a result of it all if you buy one pre-made from popular retailers. However, you can also get on for a much cheaper price if you do your research and/or build it yourself. But I digress already, as that is not the point of this post; instead, I’m here to tell you how to be a PC gamer after you have the rig, and I’m here to tell you how to be a bargain shopper and get games for cheap. PC gaming is all about being smarter and better than everyone else, it is the Master Race, after all.
As you can tell, I will not be condoning pirating or downloading games illegally, I believe in supporting developers and publishers for their work, which involves you know, paying for their product. As such, console gamers and many PC gamers have it ingrained in their mind that a game costs about $60 on release if it’s a “AAA” title. I’m here to tell you that’s not really the case if you know where to look.
To make things easy for you, I’ve decided to split this guide up into several different parts, organized pertaining to different concepts. They’re all clearly labeled and when combined together, offers plenty of chances for you to save some of your hard-earned cash. After all – if you spent the money to get a great gaming rig, you owe it to yourself to save money on the actual games, right?