I recently read an article in New York News Today … when I say “in” I mean on their website of course. The G.OB. doesn’t get his fingers dirty with old fashioned newspapers. The article was another run-of-the-mill “PC gaming isn’t dead!” soapbox sermon with two notable exceptions: First, the author did a lot of research and fleshed out a lot of her ideas pretty well. Second, she used the word “huger,” as in, “[PC gaming has] a back catalogue several hundred orders of magnitude huger than any other gaming system.” emphasis added.

What a mouthful! Let’s break it down — several — hundred — orders of magnitude — HUGER — than any other gaming system. Throw in “magical” and you have an Apple promotion. With the exception of that ridiculous statement, the article’s pretty good and I’ve added a link at the end of this post.

I think we can all agree that PC gaming isn’t dead, but is it huger? No, because an awful adjective like “huger” is an insult to the sophistication of PC gaming.

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