You spent three months painstakingly reading hardware reviews, comparing prices and warranties. You put on your anti-static wristband, got out your carefully de-magnetised screwdriver kit and spent six hours assembling your beast of a rig by the pale, flickering glow of a basement bulb. Right now you’re wearing the best surround sound headphones money can buy, reading this article at a resolution so high you can’t even pronounce the numbers, and scrolling around using a laser-precision gaming mouse that cost you four months of your salary. Yes, I’m talking about you, hardcore gamer. Here’s a tip: the industry doesn’t care about you.
Why can’t games.on.net write like this all the time?