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  • PC gaming isn’t dead
  • PC gaming isn’t dead
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PC gaming isn’t dead

With all the talk of mobile games, home VR and augmented reality, it can often seem to non-gamers that the PC would be forgotten when it comes to gaming. But recent research shows this isn’t the case – people still love to game on a computer. How is PC staying so relevant?



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