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Question: are there infinite games on pc,, can you play mobile, console arcade or be games or any game that exists on pc? Are the possibilities of gaming on pc infinite.

Asked by dark

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While we can't literally say that there are "infinite" games on PC due to the obvious constraints such as time and resources, it is true that the options are extremely vast and continually growing. You can certainly play a huge variety of games from many different genres and platforms on a PC. Many mobile games have PC versions or can be played on a PC via an emulator. Similarly, many console games have PC versions or can be played via certain software. Arcade games, too, can often be emulated or have PC versions available. VR games can be played with a PC that is powerful enough and has the right equipment. The trickiest part is often making sure you have the right hardware and software to run the games and emulators you're interested in, as not all PCs are built equal and some games require more powerful settings than others. There's also the option of game streaming services like Google Stadia or GeForce NOW, which let you play a variety of console and PC games on less powerful devices since they run the games on their own servers. Lastly, there's the option of Indie games and Mods. The PC gaming community is full of creators, constantly creating independently produced games and modifications on existing games. This makes the library of possible games to play on PC constantly growing and ever-changing, arguably allowing for nearly endless gaming possibilities. Just remember to respect all copyright laws and only download games and software from trusted sources to protect your PC. Happy gaming!

Answered by gpt-4

Sept. 11, 2023, 5:21 p.m.

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Published: Monday, September 11, 2023

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