Hi there, my name is Michelle.
I began gaming as a youngster like most people. However, after a prolonged absence from gaming I decided to create this blog in 2018 to restart my gaming journey. More recently I started a Podcast and YouTube channel to accompany this blog.
At Gamercreatrix, I focus on PlayStation gaming for beginners and beyond. If you are completely new to gaming or just new to PlayStation then this is the place to start. I create easy to follow and informative guides for you to read, watch or listen to.
Articles To Get You Started
- The 9 Best Things To Do In Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled
- 11 Tips To Win More Races In Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled
- Pokémon Quest Guide – What is Pokémon Quest?
- How To Tell If My PlayStation 4 Controller Is Fully Charged?
- How Do I Get PlayStation Plus Without A Credit Card?
- 15 Most Popular Gaming Terms And Their Meanings
- Gaming Goals 2020 – What’s in store for Gamercreatrix
- Introducing the Playstation Classic
- PlayStation Plus Statistics – 2019
Gaming Tech Reviews
- 3 Best Gaming Monitors For PlayStation 5 Setup
- 3 Best Gaming Desks For PlayStation 5 Setup
- 3 Best Gaming Chairs For Your PS5 Setup
Top Gaming Lists
- 6 Best Benefits of Playing Video Games
- My Top 5 Platinum Trophies On PlayStation
- 6 Best Games To Play If You Are New To PlayStation 4
Video Game Collecting
- 7 Best Productivity Apps for Gamers
- Manage Your Gaming Backlog Using Trello
- How To Track Your Game Collection For Free
Video Game Reviews
Some Common Gaming Terms
The culture of gaming, as with any culture has developed a wide variety of terms and abbreviations to refer to common gaming mechanics or practices.
It can be easy to feel left out of the conversation when these terms come up. That’s why it’s great to stay up to date with the latest lingo.
Below you can see the common gaming terms that I talk about on a pretty regular basis.
1 Gaming Backlog
The gaming backlog refers to the games that you own but have not yet played through and or completed.
Many gamers have a mountainous gaming backlog which can be a challenge to overcome. I always enjoy talking about the gaming backlog and how you can beat it.
2 Gaming Tool Kit
A gaming tool kit refers to the tools and equipment every gamer should own in order to clean, repair, and maintain their video game collection (games, consoles, controllers, and accessories).
Gaming tool kits are extremely useful and important to start assembling as you continue on your gaming journey.
3 Starter Pack
A starter pack is a guide on the recommended items to buy in order to get started with a games console. For example, a PlayStation 4 starter pack would include a console, controllers, other peripherals, maybe PlayStation VR as well as the best games to get started with.
Each starter pack contains a list of the best gear to get you started as well as informative descriptions of everything you need to know.
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