what games are you playing currently?

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    Playing Civ2 (It never dies)
    Waiting for Escape Velocity
    - and I just finished Morrowind: Bloodmoon - oh and I'm level 50+ rick - I do more damage than you care to think about.
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    >Playing Civ2 (It never dies)

    Try Civ3, it's waaaaaaaaaay better and should be available for a reasonable price now.
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    You cant tell me nobody plays Return to castle wolfenstein. or atleast age of empires.

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    Return to castle wolfenstein, yes aoe no!

    delta force is still the best series known to mankind.

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    I don't play many games, don't have the time or most of the time I don't want to. But the ones I play are:
    Unreal tournament (the old one, not the 2003)
    Tetrinet
    Snood

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    Currently installed;

    Mafia
    Ut2003
    Metal Gear Solid2
    Lord of the Rings-Felloship of the rings

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    Sorry forgot to mention these:

    Mafia (solved it)
    Freelancer (solved the story)
    BCM (don't ask me why)
    Star Trek: Bridge Commander (just got it - old but fun)
    Airline Tycoon 2: Evolution (like Airbucks)
    NFS: Porsche Unleashed (old but awesome)
    CFS2 (way better than CFS3)


    Ok, ok,..... so I love computer games.



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    Has anyone seen the 500 Mb Full Spectrum Warrior E3 Movie? It's a squad-based light-infantry urban combat game developed in part for the US Army. That game looks like it will rock! It has some elements reminiscent of Ghost Recon. Not playing anything at the moment but waiting for some games to come out, Half-Life 2, etc...
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    I'd like to try a massively multiplayer game, but I don't have a steady income to pay the monthly fees. Otherwise I'd probably already have Star Wars Galaxies, and Planetside. They both look amazing.

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    Playing Uplink: Hackers Elite, always Halo, Max Payne, oh and this nice little game called fix the family computer that sOMEone broke. Damnit, I'm going to go to my batcave. So there, that's my $0.0199999.

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    Originally posted by nvoigt
    >Playing Civ2 (It never dies)

    Try Civ3, it's waaaaaaaaaay better and should be available for a reasonable price now.
    Unfortunately, I did, and found it waaaaay too complicated to hold my attention. But I suppose that's my bad--having the
    attention span of a three-year-old. Oh, well.

    Kermi, you, too are now on my HATE list. Level 50, indeed!
    I play the game now just to spite you and Bassy. Someday, I
    promise you, I'll match your level 50+ and then some. But
    first I have to get past level one, which ain't easy, dudes, trust me on that.
    No. Wait. Don't hang up!

    This is America calling!

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