I started my Black Friday shopping way earlier than everyone else. Last week was Black Friday week on Amazon and I bought myself a Corsair Raptor M40 Gaming mouse for $44.99. I've been so impressed with the Corsair Vengeance keyboard, I decided to buy a gaming mouse made by that same company. Hopefully their products, at least for the mouse I recently bought, is more reliable than the Logitech stuff I've used over the years.
If you are a console gamer and you have $100 to spend when there's a sale, you can only get what? Two or three new games? As a PC gamer, you get MORE bang for your buck! At GOG I bought Raiden Legacy and Guilty Gear X2 #Reload. I forgot their individual sale prices to be honest but when bought together, it's $4.78. Other than GOG, there is the Steam Autumn sale. Here's a list of what I bought.
Company of Heroes Complete Pack
Sega Classics: Streets of Rage 2
SEGA Genesis Classics Pack 5 - Phantasy Star 4
Poker Night 2
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Ultimate Edition
Borderlands 2 Game of the Year
Steam Total: 98.83
BTW, I also use some funds I had in my Steam Wallet after selling some Steam Trading Cards I don't need.
In other news, I have officially achieved PC Fanboy status. On Facebook, I mentioned that thanks to Humble Bundle and all the good deals that go on at places like Steam and GOG, I now own like 70+ PC games (at the time of posting) and a friend has told me that I am turning into a Fanboy. Personally, I already am a Fanboy. Since receiving my PC, I have not played with my Wii, Xbox 360, or PS3 in months. I have not bought a new console game since January. I don't even see myself going out to buy the latest new consoles like the Wii U, Xbox One, and PS4. My PS3 has recently only been used for watching DVDs, that's it. I have reached the point where PC is all I need for gaming. While consoles have the convenience, PC has the benefits.
Playing: Counter-Strike Global Offensive