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Old 01-26-2006, 04:17 PM
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theres wolfenstien enemy territory and americas army which are both free. I'd try one of those to make sure you don't mind getting your *** kicked at first and get discouraged. I haven't tried it but Americas army is supposed to be very good
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Old 01-26-2006, 04:28 PM
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cs is a terrible mod for half life. but the most popular ironically.

cs went downhill since b5.*

it hasn't stopped going down. took a huge huge dump at v1
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Old 01-26-2006, 05:13 PM
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too many nerds on cs:source they play too much and never lose. i dont play those kind of servers cuz the game just isnt fun at that point
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Old 01-26-2006, 06:21 PM
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i play halo 2 occasionally, when i have time. no matter how much you hate matchmaking on xbl it can still be fun if you have a couple friends and get on it.
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Old 01-26-2006, 06:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Special ED
i have been wanting to get into some kind of online co op game for a little while, but i have no idea if i would like this game or if im even dedicated enough to have any fun.

im getting a network card for my ps2 pretty soon and i want to try MGS subsistance because it looks kinda fun.

i guess what i really want to know is, if i only have a couple hours a week to play video games, is it even worth my time to get online?
is it worth your time? pffft. im not sure about the ps2 online ----, but when i played counter-strike on my computer, i was addicted, even with my old 56k setup

i would stay up till 4 in the morning playing it, wake up go to school, come home and hop on the computer allllllll night and morning.

i lost a girlfriend because of that game, i didnt wanna go to any parties or hang out with my friends when i was playing it

crazy eh?
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Old 01-26-2006, 08:41 PM
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is it worth your time? pffft. im not sure about the ps2 online ----, but when i played counter-strike on my computer, i was addicted, even with my old 56k setup

i would stay up till 4 in the morning playing it, wake up go to school, come home and hop on the computer allllllll night and morning.

i lost a girlfriend because of that game, i didnt wanna go to any parties or hang out with my friends when i was playing it

crazy eh?
You must be my roomate from freshman year in college. His GF would come down in a tight top and black miniskirt and BEG him to go back to her room. He would push her away and scream "Dammit, you just ruined my kill streaK!" She was this hot little blondie, 5'6" or so, blue eyes.... man, when she came down like that I was itching to tap her if he didnt wanna do it.

Back to topic There are people out there with phenominal kills. My roomate was soo good he never used his gun, In the game or in his Gf's bed

He got so good at the game he finally quit playing because killing was too easy, even with a knife. He got banned several times from clans and servers because he was accused of cheating, but he was just that good. I played for a week or so and then got fed up and quit.
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Old 01-27-2006, 12:02 AM
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yea its fun as hell, i started off playing with bots. pretty lame but i got used to the regular levels and the regular howoto kinda ----. good hiding spots and yada yada. there was a huge problem with cheaters back when i used to play. they were completly open about it somtimes, and other would deny. wallhack and auto headshot sucks. they can see you and kill you in seconds. the cheaters is what made me quit playing. got too fed up with about to run around a corner and be shot in the head threw the wall.

other than this ----, cs is ------ awsome
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Old 01-27-2006, 12:15 AM
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I've never played any of these games. I feel so left out.....
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