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Gamers are often devided into two categories: those who play on consoles and those who play on PCs. A console gamer will drop few hundred dollars for Sony's PS3, Microsoft's Xbox 360, or Nintendo's Wii, but a PC gamer who wants to purchase a desktop or laptop optimized for gaming could pay thousands just for the machine. Some hard-core PC gamers may then spend even more money tricking out their systems with liquid cooling, overclocked processors, multiple monitors and numerous customized control units.
I gave up on PC gaming myself and bought a Xbox 360.
I felt it was a expensive hobby with the ideal of purchasing a new graphics card every couple of years for the price of a Xbox 360. I had nothing against gaming on a PC except for the price.