Gamers: what are you playing these days?

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    Right now, mostly Rainbow Six 3 for XBox...My only complaints with the game are that they should release new maps, and fix the weapon stats (some guns are too powerful and some are way too weak)

    Before that, I was playing Battlefield 1942, but not much recently.
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    Warcraft and Diablo are those type of games that only are good when playing against real people over the web. It's alot harder and more fun. I played those for a long time. I got pretty good in Diablo II. I had a couple different accounts with lvel 99s and good legits. Gave it up because it was so addicting and i lost my life.
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    PC: Street Legal Redline, MiG 29, Deer Hunter 4, Black and White

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    Originally posted by Waldo2k2
    P Black and White
    I've heard a lot of good about this game, but never got it. Is it any good? I could probably get it for a few bucks now.

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    PC - EverQuest, Frozen throne on bnet, recently quit SWG after I ran out of content and pvp got old, and just finished some old school snes secret of mana (emulated)

    PS2 - Madden, and just started Castlevania: lament of innocence

    GBA - Final Fantasy Tactics

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    Originally posted by axon
    I've heard a lot of good about this game, but never got it. Is it any good? I could probably get it for a few bucks now.
    It's a hell of an exercise in programming AI and interactivity, but I didn't find the actual fun in the game.

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    Originally posted by Govtcheez
    It's a hell of an exercise in programming AI and interactivity, but I didn't find the actual fun in the game.
    can you give me a few setance summary of what it is about? from what I can remember is that you are somesort of a diety and control people who worship you....hmm I should look through some old pcgamer's....

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    Originally posted by axon
    can you give me a few setance summary of what it is about? from what I can remember is that you are somesort of a diety and control people who worship you....hmm I should look through some old pcgamer's....
    That's about it. You have an animal representative on the world and use him to help convert people and carry out your will. It had some really great ideas, but I didn't think the game was any fun after about a week.

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    im still playing Quake 3 hehe
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    Originally posted by *ClownPimp*
    im still playing Quake 3 hehe
    and I've happily switched to return to castle wolfenstein...if anyone here ever plays RtCW online my name there, is "YoMama". I usually play on the beach map.

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    Maybe I'll get on wolfenstein sometime...I didn't think it was that great, so I never really played online. Oh, and my name is JaWiB
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    Originally posted by JaWiB
    Maybe I'll get on wolfenstein sometime...I didn't think it was that great, so I never really played online. Oh, and my name is JaWiB
    I agree, the singleplayer was only good to a certain point when the story begun getting borring, but the multiplayer is awsome! if I'm not mistaken it uses the Quake engine. Personally I enjoy RtCW more then medal of honor or batllefield 1942....its just more fun to play for me.


    going back to Black & White though, I've done a few searches and really like the concept for it; if I can get it cheap I probably will. But then again I might wait till B&W2 comes out, more info here

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

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    Anything dreamcast, cheap and awesome gameplay, with fairly good graphics
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    Doesn't anyone play Flight Sim 2004?

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    I'm still into all this grand theft auto stuff, like vice city.

    Ohhhh, you should see the graphics! Yikes
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