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If you've ever wondered what Chandler and Joey's gaming cave might look like or how Morty could fight aliens without having to portal to another universe with Rick, you're in the right place.

From Squid Game players room in South Korea to Bart Simpson's bedroom in Springfield, we've given a gaming room makeover to some of our favorite iconic television shows. 

Our gaming experts have reimagined five of our favorite TV characters’ rooms with everything they need for the perfect gaming experience.

Friends: Monica and Chandlers Apartment

Friends: Monica and Chandlers Apartment

 
When Rachel announced she was moving out to move in with Ross there was, once again, a heated debate over what to do with Monica’s "beautiful guest room." 

After much deliberation, Monica finally agreed to give Chandler his long-awaited game room — Complete with the foosball table, Ms. Pacman — a late wedding present from Phoebe — and the dreaded "MERGE" sign Chandler wanted. With the addition of a small cooler and a Monica-approved place for the Barcaloungers, it was the perfect man-cave for J-Man and Channy.

On my Block: Jamal’s Workstation

On my Block: Jamal’s Workstation

 
This is Jamal's workstation, where he spends most of his time trying to find the Roller World money and figure out where Lil Ricky is. 

Surrounded by his favorite hats and sneakers, this teen has a high-tech PC built in a silver case and transparent side panel – very stylish. Jamal's minimalistic workstation has an ultrawide monitor and LEDs perfect for gaming, rewatching The Goonies, or carrying out some investigatory work. The room is also the perfect space for hanging out with Ruby, Cesar, Monse and Jasmin.

The Simpsons: Bart’s Bedroom

The Simpsons: Bart’s Bedroom

 
When Bart hangs up his skateboard and has finished terrorising the people of Springfield, he kicks back with some gaming.

With both a PC and a console, two large screens and ambient lighting, the room checks all the boxes in our eyes. Bart has a serious gaming setup. With the headset resting on his monitor, he must enjoy playing online with Milhouse, Nelson and Ralph. We expect lots of late nights and heavy eyes in Mrs. Krabappel’s classes.

Rick and Morty: Morty’s Bedroom

Rick and Morty: Morty’s Bedroom

 
Since Morty is always being dragged into danger-filled missions with his grandad, Rick, what better way for this thrill-seeking teenager to play computer games than a virtual reality haven? With a VR bodysuit, treadmill, and headset, Morty can now fight all his feared villains from the safety of his bedroom. The only person he needs to keep out is scientist inventor Rick, and there is no more straightforward way than jamming a chair under the handle. 

Morty is not messing around with his gaming PC either. A water-cooled system lit up in the same green as Rick’s portals, means Morty will never have to worry about it overheating. And he has top-tier gaming RAM too, so he never has to worry about lagging gameplay.

Squid Game: The Players Room

Squid Game: The Players Room

 
You’ve made it to the last round of Squid. You’re up against the other final player. What computer game do you back yourself to win?

With giant screens on the walls, a stretch of a one-way mirror as a viewing point and a guard peering over your shoulder, gamers will feel the pressure in this room. Especially knowing the consequences of losing, with constant reminders of the Red Light, Green Light doll sitting on their desks.

Have you been inspired?

As you’ve seen across these TV shows, all the characters have their own unique gaming room setup. If you’re looking to give your gaming rig an upgrade or make over your space, steal some inspiration from these spaces, or reimagine one from your favorite show. And make sure your gaming memory matches your setup with our Ballistix RAM or high performance SSDs.

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