Discussion in 'The Vapor Lounge' started by getvaked, Aug 29, 2010.
SC2 and HoN!
i have heard nothing of the new zelda, but here's a link to help you with the texture pack.
if you have any questions, let me know, it's worth playing in this new skin.
If any of you want a co-op shooter game thats great for sitting back and vegging out on when your vaked, Killing Floor is going to be doing a sale or maybe even a free trial soon, maybe tomorrow or not till friday. All i know is that tomorrow they are releasing a major update and doing a whole xmas theme, which is lookin pretty sweet:
my steam id is nefariusedicius if you get the game and need some pros to help you level up
Also, Left 4 Dead 2 is $5 on steam today. Not sure if its going to be longer than a day or not.
Forza 3. I'm totally addicted to drifting around in my Mercedes 300SL.
Been playing a ton of Medieval 2: Total War. I really loved Shogun Total War back when it was new and this is just as fun. They're coming out with Shogun 2 in march, and after watching this trailer, the next 2 months can't go by fast enough for me lol
definitely look into the shogun, medieval, rome, empire, and napoleon total war games if you like real-time or turn based strategy games, because its the perfect blend of both.
HUGE fan of the Total War series, in the same way that I'm a huge fan of the Battlefield series: GOOD games with AMAZING potential which goes mostly squandered, but are still fun.
Rome Total War and Medieval 2 have a huge number of awesome mods which make them way, way better than the original games. RTW has a mod called Europa Barborium which I recommend to you the same way I recommend vaping to smokers: it's that awesome. It doubles the world map size, adds different government types, scraps and completely recreates all including all militaries. That mod is a work of love and it shows - it has a huge historical focus which is fun as well. Download EB at moddb.com if you want to play an amazing mod.
Who else is waiting for Elder Scrolls 5 Skyrim? New engine and it looks like they fixed every complaint from Oblivion, it looks so awsome in every way...In November I'm going to be playing alot of videogames like old times.
I am. Played through both Morrowind and Oblivion.
Also waiting for Mass Effect 3 after finishing both the original and ME 2.
The game I HAVE to stay away from though is WoW. Wayyyyy too addictive for me.
almost done with inFamous [trying to go plat]
up next is fallout new vegas.
I usually just play NBA 2k11. Very fun.
Do people still play Team Fortress 2? I'm thinking about getting it from Steam.
I still play tf2 . Its a great game. Very much worth it!
Just downloaded a crack of the latest Worms for my laptop. Forget how much pure, unadulterated fun this game is!
Lately Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit. One of the best arcade style drivers I have ever played. I try all the high quality FPS out there. Mosly play PS3 but also play on X360. Still enjoy a really good FPS on PC too
CS:S and black ops on 360
bad co Vietnam
HArdcore gamer since my Colecovision in '82
Wife hates it.
Currently hooked in the DJ Hero series and ranked top ten in the world.
Also digging Gran Turismo 5 (although it wasn't worth the wait)
Yup. My first was the Intellivision in '79.
Nice. My neighbors had an intellivision. I loved AD&D.
Remember going to Toys R Us and looking at the photocopied back of the game boxes and then taking the ticket to the cashier. Then you would take your paid receipt up to "the cage" where they stored all the games. I always wanted to be inside that cage with all the games...
34 and still gaming like I'm 10!
66 and still gaming like I'm 10, and I STILL don't know what I wanna be when I grow up.
Counter Strike FUCKING SOURCE!
DotA anyone? I'd say SC2 but I only play on a diamond arranged team with a buddy of mine on voicechat. I suck at 1v1 though, so it probably doesn't count.
Well I'm on a Mac so there aren't too many decent games around, but I do have Call Of Duty 4 Modern Warfare, which certainly does qualify as an extremely decent game, especially multiplayer online. Two or three years old now, but still plenty of players out there.
Red Orchestra is a WW2, Eastern Front fps with a tremendous focus on realism which you should all give a whirl. 50 player maps with realistically modeled tanks and weapons, no cross hairs, crippled limbs, weapons shot out of hands, intense team work... Yeah, everything that's wrong with FPS' like modern warfare, Halo, CSS type deals? Not wrong here. The intensity and fun of some rounds of RO are hard to exaggerate for me - it's easily my favorite FPS. I'd be playing it right now on my day off if my gaming computer wasn't out of service.
It's mod, Darkest Hour, adds many new things, most importantly the American and Canadian forces and a change of fronts, and also improves and changes many aspects of the original. The mod can be installed automatically in minutes for free over steam.
I think RO is like 10 bucks, and for what amounts to two titles which can provide 100s of hours of very meaningful, massive, online FPS combat? Awesome deal. There's actually a sequel coming out call Red Orchestra: Heroes of Stalingrad which is going to be even better and more realistic, with 64 players and a bunch of new systems.
Has anyone here played Red Dead Redemption? I'm thinkin' about getting it for the 360.
My brother has that for ps3 - console gaming kind of turns me off, but it looked fun. Open range gameplay with missions, kind of like GTA, which is made by the same company. Multiplayer looked pretty awesome but with low player counts. And there's a zombie DLC which got good reviews from what I hear, and also I think the game got some bad media for being crazy misogynistic
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