Are you a real gamer, /v/? What does it take to become one?
>Now it's time to start looking the part of a real gamer. You can show off the games you like by wearing shirts and hats expressing their logos and symbols. Speaking 1337 (Leet) is also very important and very simple. Knowing this will help you to read other gamers gamer tags and clan tags.
Is this primarily directed at dudebros? Jesus christ.
>After you have found the correct system, you need to find the correct games to fit your playing type. This would mean war games, racing games, and so on.
Literally the only two genres of games out there.
We can't go one thread without bringing that up can we?
>you will forever have to keep upgrading your RAM, graphics card, sound card, and hard drive in order to play the most up to date games.
my pc is three years old and I still can play every new release on ultra 60 fps, come at me console peasants
Oh we have a tough guy here huh....... *unsheathes my twin katanas* Well, let's see how tough you really are! *jumps into the air* TAAAAKE THIIIIIIIIIIIIS *spins around and slashes your face open* Not so tough now, huh????? *grabs you and throws you up* It's time to finish this little charade *holds my katanas above my head* YOU ARE FINIIIIISHEEEEEEEED!!!!!!!!!!! *jumps upwards so that you get impaled on my swords* Heh.... easy…..
Avid PS3 gamer here. What's so great about "le mustard face" anyway? You have a bunch of RTS games and MOBA shit. Big woop. Most games nowadays are multiplat and I don't need to worry about missing out on much. Food for thought.
>how to be a real gamer
>talks about consoles
>Total War Rome II
>Mech Warrior Online
>I subjectively dislike these so whole list is disporven ;-)