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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 74842 8-Jan-2011 16:33
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Hey Guys,

what do you think is New Zealand's the best Online Gaming Website?? 


 

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 425241 8-Jan-2011 16:57
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Id say ON3 Network as they run and support the only public online gaming servers. GP are large but don't do anything gaming for the community. There forums are pretty bad at times as well.

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  Reply # 425652 10-Jan-2011 10:06
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A lot of your classic teenage gamer twits on GP Forums

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 426072 11-Jan-2011 12:03
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Yep have to go with ON3 as well.




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  Reply # 426079 11-Jan-2011 12:19
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jonofan: A lot of your classic teenage gamer twits on GP Forums


Gpforums = Cool 







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  Reply # 426082 11-Jan-2011 12:28
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yea..i would say gpforums,
heaps of online games websites in NZ. still only few are good rest just junk. :(

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  Reply # 433990 1-Feb-2011 22:32
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I know a guy starting up his own:

www.ultimategamers.co.nz

Once it gets enough users on the forums and updated content I think it will be pretty decent.







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  Reply # 433994 1-Feb-2011 22:38
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yea even friend of mine started his new gaming website.
but its mostly for kids. 

http://gamesforfree.co.nz/

Nice looking website.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 434056 2-Feb-2011 07:38
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jonofan: A lot of your classic teenage gamer twits on GP Forums


you sound like you're just too old. most of the game discussions on GP are fine. It is in OD where it gets stupid.

They also have a lot of hardware knowledge, and I find discussions on system building etc to be of a far higher standard than here 

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  Reply # 434104 2-Feb-2011 09:19
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0verdose: Id say ON3 Network as they run and support the only public online gaming servers. GP are large but don't do anything gaming for the community. There forums are pretty bad at times as well.


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  Reply # 434123 2-Feb-2011 09:54
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I used to spend a lot of time on GP Forums but that was before I found Geekzone :D The people here are much more helpful and definitely know a lot more.




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  Reply # 434134 2-Feb-2011 10:16
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lokhor: I used to spend a lot of time on GP Forums but that was before I found Geekzone :D The people here are much more helpful and definitely know a lot more.


in my opinion that depends on the topic.

In terms of gaming hardware I think people here know squat in comparison.

In terms of wider electronics stuff - home theatre etc they know more. I also think the htpc community here is much more knowledgeable.


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