Anyone been to Japan or Korea? Do a lot of people rock gaming computers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TreyTrey12 View Post
    I wish we had cafes here. I built an 2000$ build and I haven't turned it on in almost THREE weeks now cause I barely have time to use it.
    I want to build a pretty nice system soon as well but I'm afraid that my job will do the same. lol ><


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    yea if you want to experience the best PC gaming experience without spending a couple grand~ go to Korea. The only downside being most games will be in foreign language and any non-Korea based games will lag due to the distance-latency (but not as much because Korea boasts one of the fastest internet on the planet)
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    Only thing crappy about Korean internet is that 90% of things outside of Korea is blocked. Sure, you get the best speed in the world. But you can't watch porn with that amazing speed, amongst other things. It's a double-edged sword.

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    My impression of Japan is that most gaming happens on hand-helds and consoles, not computers. That being said, good high-end computers aren't that expensive in Japan, and can usually be bought on a down-pay plan with really good conditions for the consumer. Also, never seen a net-cafe in Japan that don't have rigs capable of running the newest games.

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    Korea and Japan is game heaven.

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