Even if I had time the gaming thing doesn't interest me, in my tiny mind it's about as interesting as watching grass grow.
Quake II was extremely well-received, by reviewers and gamers alike. It was called "The Best Game Ever" by PC Gamer, and went on to sell over one million copies.  Quake II was the most popular online game for all of 1998
Adamiscold wrote:Wood'nCoal wrote:One of my friends who lives abt. 45 miles east of here got Cable Internet/phone/television today as well, from Cablevision. He did the speed test and came up a lot faster then I did. I may upgrade to the next tier.
I have the highest tier that Comcast has but it's more based on the amount of things that I have running. It's a little faster but my concern was running a few devices at the same time and not having one effect the other, like two computers running and playing COD4 and then having the phone ring. To me it's worth the extra couple of bucks a month just to know that nothing is going to interfere with each other. So now my video games and downloading of *censored* wont effect my wife talking on the phone as she's working on her computer.
billw wrote:When I get the time either call of duty or brothers in arms. I go for months without having the time to play. Nothing like killing Nazi's for fun. My kids bought me COD4 last Christmas but my video card won't run it.
cArNaGe wrote:New Call of Duty is out!
Did you get it?
I'm probably going to pick it up tomorrow.
Freddy wrote:Yaaa, I thought Doom was the original multi player game. Back in 1994? 5? I used to hook up with a guy on a "local network" and we'd play. Certainly Quake was much more involved and had great sound effects. I guess I got burned out on gaming. Haven't played in some years. Just too much other stuff to do!
Devil505 wrote:B4 the Internet (& the Coal Forum ) I used to like some games. Silent Service (very realistic WWII submarine simulator by Sid Meier) , Castle Wolfenstein (FPS) & a few others. I go way back to the Commodore 64....They had many great games!