Welcome to JohnHQLD.com! I’m JohnHQLD, and this is my little corner of the internet. Hopefully, you will come and join us as we share our love of gaming.
Mainly I will be talking about things that catch my interest, primarily in gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Puzzles – I don’t mind. As long as we are all having fun, that’s all I worry about.
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So fresh off my personal holidays, it is time to shut down the site for a little while. Well, more than a little while this round. But I have a lot of stuff to put in place for 2021! While I am busy getting all this done, I thank you once again for sticking with me for another year and can’t wait to show you what I have planned for next year. So while I am doing all that, I hope you have a great end of 2020!
When I saw the Bugsnax trailer in the PS5 showcase earlier this year, I was intrigued. While I haven’t played Octodad, Young Horses previous game, I am aware of its almost cult status. And getting the game included with PlayStation Plus meant that I just had to play it! What did I think? Well, that’s what the review is for!
So you have your CPU and GPU selections pretty much locked in. What about the rest of your computer? How much RAM do you need? What cooling is best? So many choices! Luckily, the answer is usually pretty simple, and today I will talk you through reasonable things to look for when choosing a Gaming Computer.
At home escape room games have blown up in popularity this year for obvious reasons. Narrative adventure games have generally been popular as well. But how can you get the best of both worlds without the story feeling forced? Fit it into a theme that already integrates the two! Scooby-Doo! Escape from the Haunted Mansion has jumped to the top of two genres of game styles for me, come in and see why.
Next-gen consoles, new graphics cards and CPUs, gaming got really complicated quickly! With so many options out there coupled with stock issues for almost all tech, I thought I would do a guide for what you should be looking at for a gaming PC. First off, the part that is always overlooked even though it shows you everything – The Monitor! The screen you want to game on should be used to tell you what type of computer you want to buy/build.