Read just our best, feature-length articles without all the extra stuff.
What Game Limited Pirated Copies To Firing Only Chickens From In-Game Guns?
Read our first book, the HTG Guide to Windows 8, or check our upcoming books.
Subscribe to our daily email newsletter, chock full of great articles and tips.
Now that is taking your gaming seriously…
View a Larger Version of the Image
Inven.co.kr BBS [Image Search Inspired via Fail Desk]
Akemi Iwaya (Asian Angel) is our very own Firefox Fangirl who enjoys working with multiple browsers and loves 'old school' role-playing games. Visit her on Twitter and Google+.
Anyone notice the printer on top?
How about the ancient apple in the background. Could this setup actually be from the past, with the current setup being even more elaborate?
head over to SimHQ ‘s Pit Builders forum….
That actually looks like a flight simulator set-up rather than a “hard-core gaming” set-up.
wow, a big ugly chair with lots of buttons & switches that likely do nothing.
The printer on top is for the non-automated flight recorder .. lol..cmon it’s hilarious
MechWarrior set up I think
On the contrary, all those buttons and switches will do something. Flight sim setup (F16/Faalcon) based rather than mechwarrior.
Thrustmaster stick/throttle kit, xkeys set. Would play today every bit as well as it did when first built.
Notice the number pad next to the mouse? When was the last time anyone used one of THOSE?
His and hers.
Why is this a [humourous image] ?? Looks like someone spent a lot of time and money to get their flight sim rig setup. Just needs more monitors for panoramic views.
@Roger Fleetwood. LMAO, but I sincerely doubt it. Unless his mother’s, maybe.
@anybodysguess, number pad is probably for extra programmable buttons or entering nav values. Nothing odd there. Pit is a few years old but not ancient.
Where does Goose sit?
Contrary to widely held beliefs on the matter, there are no wild tiger populations in Africa.
Enter your email address to subscribe to our daily newsletter.
Join 134,000 newsletter readers