- Jun 7, 2004
It's between IL2 & DCS
It's between IL2 & DCS
you can just torrent them or direct download. if you need a linky link i can just send it to you.I'll be setting it up today I had to go to the basement to find my old disc for the game and then remembered my new pc has no drive so had to go to work to get my external ha!
That is exactly the problem. When I start a game I expect the exact same experience that I had when I started it two weeks before that, not some new "event" that upends the rules and changes the fundamentals of the game. For example Ghost Recon Breakpoint completely revamped the rules in the latest patch, and I was totally confused by what's going on, and what am I even supposed to do. I just wanted to continue the game I had paused earlier, but apparently that's no longer possible the same way. So in my frustration I just quit and started playing something else.MMORPG are constantly evolving and have a community.
It's dependent on the game, some games are not worth replaying over and over, but there are others where the outcome is completely different each time you play. The rules are familiar but the maps and encounters are always new.What fun is playing the same single player game over and over. The basic mechanics don't change. Playing over and over to see slight variances is not worth the time.
Most games I finish only once, but MMOs are not a meaningful experience even for one time. They are always a grind with some placeholder quality story and narrative. I'm no longer interested in that, I want a fully immersive and meaningful narrative from games. Not to mention that to me seeing a bunch of other players run around, bunny hopping, or even just standing around the quest giver npcs, totally ruins the experience.Granted MMORPGs are still a waste of your time. I grew out of the prefer to have new experiences with different games.
Wow I did not expect anyone to say that game and made me think back on how much I played it. Best on the old Atari 8-bit but also had it on NES and there was a decent PC port I had fun with for awhile that was a direct port but I don't see it anymore. Classic for sureStrange possibly, but I think it might be:
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I could write a treatise. So dang fun, especially with friends. Multiple attempts over the years to remake with mostly fails for a variety of reasons. I still play the original, in an emulator.
The other possibility is the original Doom. Still play that too! Source ports keep the engine running, and mod makers have never stopped making content.
I didn't get that one on Steam. I had the physical copy. I haven't a clue how much time I spent playing that one but it's up there with a lot of the games I've put insane amounts of time into. The peak of the series in my opinion.CoD 4 have have spent the most time in. No telling how many hours.
Exactly. I had it on hard disk and could not tell you how many hours. Every night 2-4 hours 5-7 days a week for years. I was in a clan with guys from around the world. We would play daily. Miss those old days when I had people to play with and chat while playing. I still have one on my Facebook from Australia.I didn't get that one on Steam. I had the physical copy. I haven't a clue how much time I spent playing that one but it's up there with a lot of the games I've put insane amounts of time into. The peak of the series in my opinion.
I played the shit out of it for several years as well. No way to know how much time I sank into it but it was my primary game for a long while.Exactly. I had it on hard disk and could not tell you how many hours. Every night 2-4 hours 5-7 days a week for years. I was in a clan with guys from around the world. We would play daily. Miss those old days when I had people to play with and chat while playing. I still have one on my Facebook from Australia.
Yea, I spent a ton of time playing TD's and MOBAs on WC3 during my college days. Endless amount of maps that was free and wc3 was easy to run for me while I was a poor college student.Brother.
Some of the greatest TD games ever schemed and created an entire new genre of gaming (MOBAs). I think this is where I would place peak happiness in online gaming for me. Still play Dota today.
DOTA 2 with 3700+ hrs
According to my Steam account it's CS:GO with 977 hours. But looking back I don't think Steam has always logged hours played? I mean I was playing tons of Counter-Strike even before Steam if I'm remembering correctly. Like CS 1.3 or 1.4. Anyone remember those jump maps in OG CS? For when you got tired of pwning noobs in fy_iceworld LOL
My biggest addiction continues to be Master of Orion 1 (spend at least 5 hours a week replaying this)