Setting up a game room that looks amazing and has everything you need does not have to cost you an arm and a leg. It’s a common mistake among gamers to focus on the gear when setting up a game room for the first time, but it’s not all about having the most expensive equipment. If you’re an avid gamer, a game room is where you will spend most of your free time, so it pays to consider comfort as well.

We’ve created a list of some of the best budget items to help you shop and get started on your game room project.

OFM Adjustable & Ergonomic Swivel Gaming Chair, $120

Intense gaming sessions are best spent in luxury and comfort. This gaming chair has it all without the hefty price tag. A steal from the OFM Essentials Collection, this race car style chair features contoured segmented padding with padded arms and headrest, full height adjustment and center-tilt control, and a 360-degree swivel. 

This chair is specially designed with your comfort in mind, so it’s perfect for both long gaming sessions and working hours. The chair is made with premium SofThread Leather and comes in blue, gray, white, green, pink, purple, red, and red and white combinations. 

AOC G2490VX 23.8-inch 144Hz Gaming Monitor, $160 

Render your favorite games in crisp, color-popping, high-resolution visuals and never miss the important details! 

The AOC G2490VX 23.8-inch Class Full HD 144Hz FreeSync 1ms Gaming Monitor boasts a 1ms response time (MPRT) and a minimum refresh rate of 120Hz for a gaming experience that looks and feels fluid. This gaming monitor has an LFC feature to minimize stutter when the frame rate drops. And, of course, the Full HD makes viewing your beloved movies quite an experience.

H510 Prebuilt Mid-Tower PC, $1,099

If you’re new to building a custom PC or are transitioning from a console and don’t know much about the specs you should be looking for, don’t fret. There are plenty of free resources online to help you check gear pricing and compatibility, like the infamous PC Part Picker

But if you’re not ready for that kind of confusion and time commitment, you can always go for a pre-built PC. In that case, this H510 Pre-Built Mid-Tower Starter PC from NZXT might just be what you need. Built by experts, this starter pack has an Intel Core i5-10400F brain and runs GeForce® RTX™ 3050, giving you a competitive advantage as you foray into PC gaming. 

It features 3200 MHz, 16 GB RAM, and a Western Digital SN550 M.2 SSD 500 GB storage. Built for starters, this powerful rig has everything you need with more room to grow. You can get yours in matte white or matte black casing.

A Decorative Display, less than $100

The fun part about designing a game room is you get to showcase all the cool things that may feel out of place outside your bedroom. If you’re a collector of toys, books, rare items, or all things geeky, the game room is the perfect place to display your most beloved possessions. If you prefer a simpler setup, go for a unique decor that will surely wow your friends when they come over. Perhaps a four-barrel revolving flintlock pistol or a Dragon head LED wall plaque would be just perfect? Give your imagination free rein.

A Custom Piece, less than $100

Add a piece of your personality to make the space truly and uniquely yours. One way to do this is to pin frames of your favorite movies, pets, or loved ones on the big empty walls. A more affordable option is to hang customizable photo blankets that usually offer more flexible sizing and pricing options. It’s a great alternative if you don’t want to deal some permanent damage on your walls, plus you can get a new one now and then to update the space.

Sky Lite Galaxy Projector, $59.99

Complete your setup with the coolest light setting. Get the right vibe with Sky Lite 2.0, a Bluetooth-controlled lighting gear that features seven nature-inspired lighting effects. 

The Sky Lite 2.0 offers a world of possibilities, helping you keep the ambiance attuned to your mood. In fact, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t get a few for the other parts of the house too! 

It comes with three brightness settings and an app-adjustable on/off timer, so you don’t have to monitor it all the time. This definite enhancement from the Sky Lite Classic version is perfect for gamers who like to have more custom lighting options.

Final Word

Setting up an affordable game room is less about money and more about patience. There are plenty of options for every type of budget. Not to mention there are so many themes, components, and aesthetic elements that you can play around with to pull off the look and feel that you want. So set your sights on a workable budget, and find what options you have from there.





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