July 6, 2012

Can PC Gaming Make a Comeback?

Peter Suciu, Fortune

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With no replacement for Microsoft's Xbox 360 or Sony's PlayStation 3 coming this year, PC games could see a resurgence and with it demand for high-end gaming computers designed to provide the best gaming experience. A decade ago the PC was the system of choice for many video gamers who wanted the best graphics, the most cutting-edge gaming experience and the ability to play with friends online. Before the arrival of the Xbox from Microsoft (MSFT) and the PlayStation from Sony (SNE), the PC was the dominant system for multiplayer action-based games.

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