Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Sifter3000, 6 May 2010.
My folks were very much of the "Not Gamers" generation, but I do like using online games as a way of hanging out with mates. L4D is a place where a few of us can hang out and chat about ****, while occasionally shooting zombies in the face
I remember playing this YEEEEAAARS ago! God, the memories. Like you said though, it wasn't that big, but I've always said a multiplayer game is made by the people you play with, not the game itself!
Well I play on CrossFire which is a decent-ish free game by Z8games! Might have a look into this game once my exams are over!
Last thing I played with my dad was "Combat" on an Atari 2600
(and yes, it was new then)
That's far from a free game now is it? It's a free mod for a paid for game.
A very old game which pretty much everyone has though. If you've not got Half-Life I'd be shocked and appalled!
I lost Half-Life Generations when I forgot my first Steam account login details and the email address I used to register it.
I remember this: you were freakishly good with that spear.
There was something terribly mischevious about the mod, the way bullets didn't do much damage but one hit and you'd begin bleeding to death with basically no way to save yourself. Lots of wild shooting then running off and hoping they'd bleed out before you did.
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