Ultimate setup: Grand Theft Auto Online

Samsung UE46F7000 (£1400)

The best game in the world right now deserves a quality screen, and the 46in Samsung UE46F7000 (£1400 from Currys) hits the sweet spot – with all the smarts of the larger 8000 and great picture quality – but shedding the the flashy design elements (and shaving a considerable amount off the price in the process). 

Sony KDL-32W654A

Want something a little smaller and more affordable? The Sony KDL-32W654A can be yours for £380 (from HiSpek), cramming a Full HD picture into its 32in frame, and offering up integrated Wi-Fi and Freeview HD for when playtime's over. Perfect for a bedroom gaming setup.

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Grand Theft Auto 5 Collector's Edition (£110)

Good luck getting your hands on one of these, they're in short supply. But shop around and you can find them – some stores have a few copies in stock, and there's always the second-hand market.

Grand Theft Auto 5

This absurdly-OTT box comes packaged with a security bag and a New Era 9Fifty cap – bin them swiftly, and rummage around for the blueprint map that yields up game secrets under a blacklight. Best of all, you get exclusive online DLC - classic GTA characters that can be used as parents in GTA Online's character creation system, plus the Khamelion high-end electric car. Drive it and everyone will try to kill you for being the sort of person who drops £100+ on a Collector's Edition copy of the game.


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