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1. EpsyTech’s Gaming Room
This gaming room is proof that it takes more than an awesome rig or two to create an awesome space. You also need to invest in a sweet aesthetic, and this setup has aesthetic appeal in force!
Sure, the five monitors, giant projection screen, and Batman-worthy computer specs are to drool for. But what we really love is the synth-wave aesthetic that makes the whole room look retro-futuristic.
2. Multiplayer Madness
When we think about gaming together in person, that usually involves consoles and some couch co-op. But what if that didn’t have to be the case?
This setup stacks gaming monitors to the ceiling and throws in some comfy-ass gaming chairs. The result is the perfect setup for you and your buddy or girlfriend to hop on Steam and start kicking some ass!
3. Home Barcade
For retro fans, there is nothing like a trip to the local barcade. After all, why not enjoy downing some beers while you go for the high score in Tapper?
However, this gamer decided to bring the barcade home for good. To this end, they have a killer bar and some classic arcade games. Be honest: this is an absolutely perfect way to kill an afternoon!
4. Cartridge Paradise
Sometimes, you don’t realize how expensive a gaming room is if you don’t understand the games inside. And this room is a perfect example of that.
Initially, this may not look as slick as the gaming rooms covered with monitors and neon lights. But what we have here is a retro gamer who surrounds himself with hundreds of original cartridges rather than just relying on flashcards or ROMs.
That takes some serious Bruce Wayne money. Do you think Alfred would let us come over and play?
5. Kevster446’S Final Fantasy Inspired Battlestation
Everybody is always talking about the difficulty of achieving that elusive work/life balance. However, it looks like this fiend for Final Fantasy may have found the solution!
His killer desktop rig and thematic wall art were already cool enough. But he also threw in another computer so that he doesn’t have to sacrifice productivity for game time (or vice versa). All he has to do is roll over to the right computer when it’s time for work or play!
6. Ultimate Retro Room
Most of us love retro games. But to save both space and money, most of them have to be content with emulating those games on PC or maybe playing them on a Retro Pi.
However, this ultimate retro setup takes things to the next level. Original consoles are hooked up to various TVs, including some PVMs. There is also an arcade cabinet and plenty of chairs, meaning this gamer can invite his buddies over to travel back in time a few decades to their childhood.
7. Truly Immersive Setup
What do you want out of a killer game room? For many players, the goal is to create a truly immersive gaming setup.
However, you haven’t seen “immersive” until you have seen this insane room. With the combination of a giant screen and killer sound equipment, this gaming room is as much a home theater as it is a gaming space, and we absolutely love it.
8. Out of This World
For better or for worse, most gamers who create gaming rooms settle for a killer graphics card, lots of monitors, and cool LED lighting. And then there are setups that are out of this world...literally!
Sure, the computer rig and monitor look pretty sweet. But what really makes this room pop is that it has been painted to look like this player is embracing his inner “Space Oddity” every time he decides to play!
9. A Nerdy Furniture Setup
Beyond comfy gaming chairs, most players don’t think about the importance of furniture in their gaming rooms. But as this room shows, the right nerdy furniture can really make a difference!
The room itself offers a fun mixture of PC gaming and classic console gaming, right down to the mix of modern monitors and a nice PVM. But what we love the most is the combination of an NES controller-themed table and a rolling footrest to go along with the sleek black chair.
10. John’s 62-Nano Leaf Panel Setup
Every great gaming room starts with a choice: what kind of vibe does the player want to give off? In this case, the vibe seems to be “modern James Bond villain.”
What we have here is a dizzying array of computer monitors and a large TV. But what takes things to the next level is the use of more Nanoleaf panels than any dozen streamers put together.
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