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Ideas for Setting Up Your Gaming Room


It’s every gamer’s dream to create the ultimate gaming room where they can spend their free time playing for hours and admiring their growing collection. However, you don’t have to rich to create one of your own.

What do you need to set up your own gaming room with comfort, accessibility, and function in mind?

Location and Size

If you already have an extra room in your home, the you can renovate it to make it an ideal place for storing your gaming gear and accessories. The gaming room should be well-ventilated, insulated, soundproofed, and has enough space for all your items. There are no rules on how big the room should be, but it should have enough space for your television or projector, personal computer, consoles, games, chair and tables, and other items.


If you are planning to invest in a good sound system, then you should make sure that the room is soundproofed so you don’t wake up your neighbors in the middle of the night. You don’t need to spend a lot of money to soundproof the room because a cheap alternative is to install soundproof foam.

It’s easy to install and remove and will easily absorb the loud noises so that the other family members can have a good night’s sleep. Make sure that the quality speakers are placed strategically so that you can still hear all the explosions and gunshots without disturbing your neighbors. Most gamers recommend a surround sound system for this setup.

Insulation and Ventilation

You can hire a specialist to inspect the place if you want the room to be well-ventilated and well-insulated. You will be investing a lot of money on the room, that is why you need to make sure that there will be no heating issues or damage to your consoles, PC, and games. Invest in quality ventilation and air conditioning to protect your items and gadgets from the elements.


A tangle of wires will not only look messy, but they can also be a source of fire and accidents. Make sure that you cover the wires properly or place behind shelves and tables or under the carpet, so that they do not make the room look disorganized. You should also have enough power sockets to avoid using too many extension cords, and don’t forget to tie all the cables that cannot be hidden under decor and furniture. An organized gaming room also makes cleaning and maintenance easier.


Try to make the place look aesthetically-pleasing besides placing your collection of action figures and gaming posters. Invest in quality chairs that are comfortable and easy to clean, quality lighting, and in sturdy shelves or storage cabinets to hold your collection. You can also decorate the walls with gaming wallpaper or removable vinyl and install arcade gaming machines for a complete experience.

The Best Sports Manga for Newbies


The sports genre has been gaining popularity among manga and anime enthusiasts in the recent years. If you’re a newbie, choosing your first title can be daunting, so here are the best sports manga titles you should start with.

Prince of Tennis by Takeshi Konomi (1999)
The longevity of this franchise rivals that of other long-running series from other genres. It features the triumphs and heartbreaks of a tennis prodigy, Ryoma Echizen, who chose to attend Seishun Gakuen instead of pursuing a career internationally.

Chihayafuru by Yuki Suetsugu (2007)
This manga will introduce you to the game Hyakunin Isshu karuta or a card game with the objective of determining which card comes next and to grab it before the opponent does.

Hajime no Ippo by George Morikawa (1989)
This epic series follows the struggles of a young boxer, Ippo Makunouchi, as he tries to rise up in the ranks after being inspired by a middleweight professional boxer who taught him the sport.

Ace of Diamond by Yuji Terajima (2006)
Seidou High has been known as an elite school when it comes to baseball, but when three talented freshmen named Sawamura Eijun, Furuya Satoru and Kominato Haruichi joined the team, it seemed that they had a fair chance in reaching the Nationals.

Kuroko’s Basketball by Tadatoshi Fujimaki (2008)
Kuroko Tetsuya didn’t have any talent for basketball at all when he joined Seirin’s team. They were surprised to learn, however, that he was the sixth man of the Generation of Miracles and has an unusual ability for passing.

Real by Takehiko Inoue (1999)
Noted for its serious take on basketball and the struggles of disability, it introduces Tomomi Nomiya, Kiyoharu Togawa and Hisanobu Takahashi who all have gone through difficulties in life but found purpose in playing basketball.

Yowamushi Pedal by Wataru Watanabe (2008)
Onoda Sakamichi was unable to join the anime club in high school because it was disbanded. It was then that two other students, Imaizumi Shunsuke and Naruko Shoukichi, convinced him to join the school’s bicycle racing club.

Haikyuu!! by Haruichi Furudate (2012)
The series introduces two extremely talented volleyball players, Hinata Shouyou and Kageyama Tobio, who ended up becoming teammates when they enrolled at the same high school, Karasuno. Instead of continuing their rivalry, they have to work together to get their team to the Nationals.

Kokou no Hito by Shinishi Sakamoto and Yoshirou Nabeda (2007)
Buntarou Kato was a mountain climber who aspired to reach the peak of K2’s East Face. The manga is based on the novel by Jirou Nitta and inspired by a real-life mountain climber named Katou Buntarou.

Ping Pong by Taiyou Matsumoto (1996)
Best friends Hoshino “Peko” Yutaka and Tsukimoto “Smile” Makoto have very different approaches to playing table tennis. Smile is getting more attention at Katase High School because of his work ethic and obvious talent, while Peco refused to practice and has no confidence.


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