Try making a tournament out of it, crowning a weekly winner. You could also have them choose a different character each week to see who's the best at playing "X".
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Some good "best practices" stuff here. I would agree that using ad blockers and keeping updated does a lot to keep a PC secure. However, my experience has been that keeping everything backed up and doing a complete reinstall every so often is the only way to keep things running smoothly after a while.
I'm in the market for a new monitor. A friend has a curved one and can't stop talking about how much better it is for extended gaming. I've used it for an afternoon and didn't notice much of a difference. Does anyone have a strong opinion? Are they worth the extra cash if you're playing a lot?
The big studios have found them to be a good revenue stream. So unfortunately I'm not sure they are going anywhere soon.
Part of the problem with this question is that it forces you to imagine technology and ergonomics/controls that might not exist currently. There are some great handheld games and systems right now, but there are also games that just wouldn't work in that format. If the controls, ui, and system could seamlessly handle a game I'd certainly play it. I think there will always be games that look better on big screens though.
Striking that right balance of intellectually creative and challenging without dipping into the realm of so hard that you want to throw the controller at the TV. I don't mind something that I have to come back to with a fresh perspective, but if it's stopping progress for days it's too hard.
I stick with the old xbox one for convenience and variety of games I have for it.