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Content Type: Gaming News
Date: November 7, 2019

Have you recently gotten into gaming? It can be a fantastic way to relieve stress, kill boredom and even socialise with others all from the comfort of your home. Here are five ways you can make your gaming experience even more enjoyable.

Your screen is one of the most important features when it comes to your gaming setup, a crisp and clear screen with good colour will give you the best experience when it comes to gaming. Depending on the system you use, this could be a tv or a computer monitor. Go with the best you can afford, it really will make all the difference.

Along with the visuals, the sounds are incredibly important when it comes to gaming. Don’t just rely on your tv speakers or rubbish computer speakers. It’s worth investing in a good sound system if you can. Not forgetting a pair of high quality headphones too for those late night gaming sessions.

The room you’re gaming in can most definitely add to the overall experience. Some blackout blinds and curtains at the window prevent glare, and a room that generally feels clean and tidy will improve the ambiance. If you have a designated media/ gaming room then painting the walls and ceiling in a dark colour helps you to go further still. If you’re gaming from your living room or bedroom then doing so probably isn’t the best idea (no one wants to feel like they’re sitting in a cave in their everyday life!) But if you have a spare room to play with, utilise it and let it help you improve your gaming experience even further.

Buying coins or tokens like old school rs gold can help you to further yourself in games without waiting along with customise your characters, unlock levels and much more. It generally just helps you to progress and enjoy the game more without having to wait or have features unavailbale to you. It can be frustrating to pay out money for a game and then need more to unlock features, but this is a pretty standard model in gaming now and something we have all learned to accept.

Finally, playing with friends (either online gaming friends or in real life) can definitely give your gameplay a boost. It can be a good laugh and also bring out that competitive streak, even if you don’t normally play online multiplayer games give them a go you’ll be surprised what fun you have. You also get to socialise, relax and have fun at the same time so it’s a win-win situation all round.

What tips and advice would you give to a new gamer who was looking to improve their gaming experience?

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