Check out a series called The Back 40 on youtube. Like Buckaroo says the Americans have this one nailed and The Back 40 documents the steps these guys went through to turn 40 acres into prime deer habitat. Should help illustrate some of the things they went through which you could apply over here
Fyne Brewery Highlander/Jarl both very good ales. Jarl is a very refreshing blonde ale and Highlander is a delicious medium-bodied ale. On top of that it's hard to go wrong with a few bottles of Newcastle Brown :thumb:
I'm sure your internet is fine. The games you have listed are graphically demanding except rocket league which can be played on a mobile phone. I'm not sure where CS is getting his information from but it is not accurate.
Warzone is a modern "Triple A" game, Triple A meaning cutting-edge...
Were you expecting his present to be multiple thousands of pounds? Warzone and Grand Theft Auto are graphic intensive contrary to the above post however the specs he has given you are for a top-of-the-line computer that will cost more than Swaro glass
I don't wish to derail the thread so I won't say anymore but Stadia is not replacing desktop gaming any time in the future and recommending such on a thread about Christmas gifting is a sure-fire way to have disappointed and sad children.
Google Stadia is Cancelled
I've lost most of...
Yeah there's a bit of a craze with RGB lighting at the moment but there will be options to remove it. Some cases are a bit more tasteful than the above!
On the above link scroll down and look on the left of the screen and you can see "case". Click it
Then you can select a different case...
Stadia is in the bin currently and there's not much hope for the future
The game streaming tech is quite a way off in the future and certainly for the next decade desktop gaming will remain king
It's quite important to know so the right power of machine could be recommended! If it's a shouty game it's probably something fast paced like a shooter but they have varying requirements from a PC themselves. See if you can find out a game title and let me know
Not the most demanding games by any stretch so a mid-range rig would be fine for them. Recommended processor for Fortnite is an i5 which would take you into a considerate cost! Without knowing your budget it's hard to say but you'll be looking at around £600 to £700 for a rig that will...