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  Reply # 354621 21-Jul-2010 21:21
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I'm adding TF2 and no one live forever 2 and Duke Nukem 3D lol

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  Reply # 354632 21-Jul-2010 21:50
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Alien verus Predator (latest one)
Already mention Deus Ex 3 Human Revolution looks impressive from the trailer i seen.
Quake 3
System Shock 2 with the grfx mod nice enough detail for an old game RPG/FPS horror





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  Reply # 354700 22-Jul-2010 00:33
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if you want to get really old school then you can;t beat Space Hulk for pant crappingly scary action

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  Reply # 354712 22-Jul-2010 01:40
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Eye candy 2033 using direx 11 is quite nice!. Agreed Xpd, unreal, was literally Unreal when it came out lol.. it's quite funny looking @ it now, Same with unreal tournament.

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  Reply # 354770 22-Jul-2010 09:54
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When Unreal first came out the waterfall blew my mind.

TF2 would have to be the best value game I've ever bought, 2 years later and I'm still playing it almost every day, and they're still releasing updates for it, and I love the art style.

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  Reply # 354782 22-Jul-2010 10:18
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  Reply # 354789 22-Jul-2010 10:30
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Ohhh mannnnn that brings back so much memories!!! havent really played tf2 ay, but heard it's awesome, even known i use to crank steam hard out.

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  Reply # 354791 22-Jul-2010 10:35
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If you are a Modern Warfare 2 fan then you'll love Battlefield Bad Company 2 as it's arguably the most comprehensive FPS out there.




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  Reply # 354799 22-Jul-2010 10:54
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Old games? Diablo II, Age of Empires II, Titan Quest...

Counter Strike and Day of Defeat but can't find good servers these days.

Borderlands, Left 4 Dead 2 are my currently favourites.

Waiting for Diablo III.




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  Reply # 355324 23-Jul-2010 12:57
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Newbie’s would definitely have to be Modern Warfare 2, KillZone 2, The Darkness and Resistance Fall of Man.

 

Oldies for me - Medal of Honor: Allied Assault! Half Life: Opposing Force, Half Life: Counter Strike & Ghost Recon!

 

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  Reply # 355542 23-Jul-2010 19:48
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I will add this one to my list too  Ghost Recon! i hope it runs in win7,


cheers

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  Reply # 355582 23-Jul-2010 22:38
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  Reply # 355616 23-Jul-2010 23:52
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Well I'm gonna buck the trend and add a few that it seems no one has mentioned (either that or i miss read some hehe.

Call of Duty 2
Call of Duty World at War
Army of Two
Rainbow Six Vegas Two
Conflict Desert Storm (when it came out)

Now ones that have been mentioned I agree with most Mauricio stated
Left for Dead 2
Titan's Quest
Age of Empires 2 (& 3 wasn't too bad also)
Fear was good and enjoyed it but just never got round to finishing it.
Duke Nukem (Forever hehe not the game but Duke Nukem Rocks big time).
Doom
Goldeneye (N64)
and lastly Battlefield Bad Company 2 was just a lot better than Modern Warfare 2 imo.



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  Reply # 355715 24-Jul-2010 10:12
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you guys are awsome i'm also adding to my list
 Army of Two 
Rainbow Six Vegas Two 
Conflict Desert Storm 
and I nearly forget to mentio FarCry and FarCry 2 wow nice games..

I really like Left 4 Dead the graphics and physics are awsome also is very freaky when zombies rushing at you and you trying to reload...ahaha

I was also looking a clip of Portal 2 not a FPS but is is a First person kind of game and twisted 3d puzzle...

Andy

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  Reply # 355720 24-Jul-2010 10:41
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I was also looking a clip of Portal 2 not a FPS but is is a First person kind of game and twisted 3d puzzle...


Portal 1 sits in my top 5 single player games of all time, the combination of writing, game play and comedy come together beautifully. Some people complain that it's short but I think it's just right for the type of game that it is, any longer and it would have become too repetitive.

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