Metal Gear. I remember playing the OG MG on the NES when I was 12. I have MG:TPP but haven't found the desire to play it yet. Can't believe it's still going, just like Zelda and Super Mario Bros. Been around 30 fucking years or more. These millennials' have no clue the history involved and thousands of hours we spent on the forerunners of these games. If we are speaking PC games, than Quake, Doom and Wolfenstein FTW!
As I recall, the so called 'players' did their very best to kill it.EA/Bioware tried awfully hard to kill Mass Effect with Andromeda. As long as I'm around, however, Mass Effect will never die.
Team Fortress 2.
I get on a winter kick every year or so for about four weeks Games are quick-ish.. action filled.. and constantly changing depending if you have okayish folk.I honestly don't know why I keep coming back to this game, especially when all I play is straight vanilla CTF2Fort. (no friendlies, no memes, no BS)
Yeah it beats me why some companies restrict users from creating local home servers for multiplayer games.All good games from all platforms will live on in my comprehensive personal archives.
The only games that can REALLY die are stupid ones that require company servers to play that will inevitably be taken down at some point.
Yeah it beats me why some companies restrict users from creating local home servers for multiplayer games.
Back on the PS3 in 2007, there's this 32 player multiplayer game named warhawk and I used to host and play on a 32 person server I hosted. They even allowed it to be ranked.
You'll still find people playing it today because of that.
you do see some decade differences in this topic
EA doesn't make call of duty.Call of Duty! EA just keeps releasing COD games every single year, its crazy how anybody even buys that crap, but they do and it will never die.
EA doesn't make call of duty.