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Topic # 64706 21-Jul-2010 00:10
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Hi Geekzone members, would you mind sharing with me which FPS games are your favorites, new or old. the reason i want to know is maybe you know of a nice game i have not played yet.
mine are:

Counter Strike Source
Half Life 2
Left 4 Dead
Crysis
Moder Warfare 2
Deus Ex 1st, 2nd and waiting for 3rd.
Halo
Arena

cheers,


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  Reply # 354293 21-Jul-2010 01:17
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all the ones you mention I like and i would also add:

Quake
Half Life
Doom 3

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  Reply # 354328 21-Jul-2010 08:21
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Back in its day, the original Unreal blew me away with its gfx and sound :)




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  Reply # 354334 21-Jul-2010 08:56
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Yes, I had a lot of fun Playing Unreal III.
You can pick it up cheap on steam on occasion.

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  Reply # 354336 21-Jul-2010 09:02
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my favorites are Bioshock and Painkiller , all can be found in the bargain bins .




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  Reply # 354349 21-Jul-2010 09:28
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i have steam i will look there i dont think i had played unreal, bioshock and painkiller yet... anyone here have tried  Wolfenstein  it looks good.

Andy 

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  Reply # 354350 21-Jul-2010 09:30
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Steam and no TF2 on the list?



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  Reply # 354351 21-Jul-2010 09:32
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I do have Steam with couple of games but not TF2 I now remember we used to played at lan parties



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  Reply # 354356 21-Jul-2010 09:44
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Duke Nukem 3D, of course. Best eye-candy in an FPS.

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  Reply # 354385 21-Jul-2010 10:29
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LOL that game rocked...wasted many hours playing the shareware verison at LANs :)




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  Reply # 354404 21-Jul-2010 10:47
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No Killzone and Killzone 2 in there? I guess from your mention of Halo you're more of an XBOX fan ;)

Yeah the classics would have to include Quake and Doom although after playing modern FPS games it can be hard to spend any length of time in the older ones.

Battlefield Bad Company 2 is a good one. Lots of vehicles to choose from. Some of the Medal of Honour series were pretty good too.

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  Reply # 354448 21-Jul-2010 12:38
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Star Wars Battle series front had good mixture of environments and weaponry.

BTW - I had forgotten about Duke Nukem 3D. Loved smashing the toilets :-)

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  Reply # 354450 21-Jul-2010 12:42
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Day of Defeat, especially the old version

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  Reply # 354472 21-Jul-2010 13:35
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I have recently started playing Dead Space & Gears of War 2 on the Xbox 360 and whilst these are not strictly FPS they are proving to be fantastic games (Dead Space shouldn't be played alone in the dark!) Worth a look in my opinion.

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  Reply # 354517 21-Jul-2010 15:55
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serious sam hd?

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  Reply # 354532 21-Jul-2010 16:28
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A couple of old favourites would be....

Max Payne 1 and 2

No One Lives Forever 2

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