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Topic # 29655 14-Jan-2009 11:19
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I'm looking into opening an internet cafe in my local CBD

Does anyone have some suggestions on what games I should provide and where I would get the right licensing, etc...

What are the best games in your opinion? (WoW? COD4? RunEscape?) Okay, the last one was a joke so don't take it seriously lol

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  Reply # 189478 14-Jan-2009 11:37
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You will have to spec up at least 4 - 8 machines beyond just browsing capability. For that number of seats, you are still going to have to pay retail prices for software.







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  Reply # 189560 14-Jan-2009 15:28
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The "Battlefield" series was very, very popular at a netcafe I used to go to. I could spend a whole day in there just playing Battlefield 1942 / Desert Combat / Vietnam.




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  Reply # 189562 14-Jan-2009 15:32
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Couldn't we all?

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  Reply # 189581 14-Jan-2009 16:53
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The best place to find out whats the latest craze in the PC world, i would recommend you venture here:

Gamespot

You cant go wrong with games like Warcraft and even good old Counter Strike.


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  Reply # 189593 14-Jan-2009 17:46
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