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Many gamers these days decide to build a gaming pc instead of conventional consoles, arguing that it makes more sense to upgrade a PC with a new part every few years rather than buy a new console that they can't repair themselves. Also, as the console war rages on, many games are being picked up as exclusives, but will still be coming to PC.

Building a PC can be daunting. Where to start? How much money should you spend? Are different parts better for certain builds? The list of questions is endless, but knowing where to start is half the battle. My #1 tip? Have a designated purpose for its construction. If you go with a goal in mind, you can speed up your purchases and buy only what is necessary. In this article, I'll help you to get your gaming PC ready for this year's major game releases. (I definitely have my eye on Dynasty Warriors 9.)

Like every year, we have started 2022 looking ahead and collecting many of the games that will be released during the next twelve months (and surely beyond, you always have to count on the possibility of delays). In the reports dedicated to adventures, action, role-playing, horror, graphic adventure, and indie games — which we leave linked again at the end of this text — you can see many of the promising names of those genres listed, but now it's our turn to get wet and give our opinion. Choose which ones we want the most from among all of them.

If everything goes as promised, 2022 will be a year to frame in the history of the PC game. 365 days in which all the big agents plan to launch the heavy artillery. Something that, in many aspects, will definitely establish the new generation of consoles, will further consolidate the success of Nintendo Switch and will give PC gamers new reasons to release graphics and mice. And it is that we have been joined by many bombings. Some scheduled and others after very loud delays. To which must be added the traditional annual appointments. And re-releases that should not be overlooked such as Advance Wars 1 + 2: Re-Boot Camp. The new generation editions of GTA V and Cyberpunk 2077. The PC versions of great games like God of War. Monster Hunter Rise or Uncharted 4.  And we directly take for granted the return of some nintendera saga on Switch.