Build the ultimate gaming rig with PC Building Simulator on Switch

PC Building Simulator for Nintendo Switch in Europe

Sometimes, I find myself staring at my Nintendo Switch, loving that I can take it on the go anywhere at any time. But sometimes I wish that the system could play my favorite games in 4K at 120 frames per second. Sadly, the Switch will never do this. But PC Building Simulator could help you make the machine that can.

PC Building Simulator is all about building and fixing computers. In this game, you run a business that solely revolves around fixing and running diagnostics on computers for a profit, and it uses real licensed hardware.

While this game may not sound like the most exciting way to spend your Sunday evening, it is pretty useful if you’re thinking about building a computer of your own.¬†PC Building Simulator¬†runs through all the important components you’ll need for a brand new setup. It also gives you a pretty decent idea of how much each part costs and how each piece fits on the inside.

Honestly, I wish a program like this existed when I first started building computers. Unfortunately, it’s not clear when PC Building Simulator is coming out on Switch, and Nintendo only has the game listed for European release at present.

So, if you’re thinking of using this program as a guide to help you build a new PC, you may be waiting for a while. Hopefully, we’ll hear more news regarding PC Building Simulator on the Switch soon.

If you just can’t contain yourself any longer, PC Building Simulator is actually already out on PC. Check out a trailer for the game below!

What do you guys think of this? Do you think this game would be helpful for newcomers to PC gaming? Are you even interested in playing your games on PC? Let us know in the comments below!


Adam Sherrill
I love all kinds of video games. I personally find the most enjoyment in JRPGs, Visual Novels, and pretty much anything Nintendo makes. I'm always open to discovering new types of games, so I'll be happy to check out anything someone suggests.