Thread: Video/computer games
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Its just one big mad freakin war which never ends. Its a online first person war game. Its you and thousnads of other people possibly more and yer just constantly fighting and it rocks.....oh how it rocks.
If any of ye our lucky enough to have broadband and willin' to pay a wee bit of cash each month go for it.
Death to the Vanu nad New Conglomerate. The Terran Republic will prevail.
I really should go back and finish the last two battles in Icewind Dale II on my PC, but I got bored with it, same with Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal. Too darned many spells, most of which are worthless and I never have the right ones memorized for the upcoming fight; if I've even found out which ones were which, and now I've forgotten most of what I used to know.
Same with these D&D 3rd Edition 'feats' with which I play like I've got two left ones. Give me a few Magic Missiles, Fireballs, and Ice Storms and I'm happy; I like games where third and fourth level spells are the limit and you don't have to worry about enemy mage's fifth level counter-spells.
Give me a few Magic Missiles, Fireballs, and Ice Storms and I'm happy; I like games where third and fourth level spells are the limit and you don't have to worry about enemy mage's fifth level counter-spells.
In that case, Grondy, u shld try playing Darkstone ( I think it's by Interactive Studios). It is a lovely game. Sadly I only had the demo and cldn't find the retail version anywhere. It does remind me a bit of LOTR when I play it.
What can I say? It's everything I hoped it would be, and better. For any of you who liked Elite all those years ago, Freelancer is a must. Even better, I can link my two machines together and fly the Universe with my son. Weekends are just not long enough anymore.
~Megan / HobbitHomie05~
You can't beat Vice City and Halo (not long until Halo 2)