best online games:
halo pc, just...i cant even.....theres just no.....JUST BUY IT!!
also, freespace with a good joystick is a blast, its kinda complicated but you can play without all the cool buttons (but its much more fun with them)
i meant computer games, not online
I game... I like single-player puzzle games and first-person shooter games, and I've been playing both since I was like 7. I'm not too interested in Myst Mudpie - I honestly don't get the point. I'm waiting for Myst IV, and I'm waiting to see if I need a faster computer to play Halo before I buy it. I like Sim City for a while, until I ran out of map squares, and the game basically became a matter of knocking down residential buildings and building arcologies.
I HATE puzzle games. I just don't like the thinking aspect.
for halo i think you need a pentium 3 at worst, with cable, but a pentium 4 will do yourself good (plus it may sound dumb but get a good mouse, you really gotta have good aim)
Oh, that's not bad. I have a Pentium 4, with a laser mouse.
I used to be a PC gamer, but I can't play any new games now because I only have a Pentium II 400
I would love to have the new 64-bit Pentium, but i doubt that it will be on the market anytime soon--32-bit FAT's remain the standard, and i suspect there will not be much call for a 64-bit coprocessor. I'd like to have the 64-bit, though, as some of the data dense games i play occassionally hang up when too many things are going on at once.
It's already available. I use it in some server systems I administer. I think AMD has a gaming computer out with it and i know Windows has a 64 version.
IBM is delaying some of the progress because when 64 hits desktops their servers will lose some prestige.
"What? Pay that much for what some gamer has on his desktop?"
EDIT (I mean 64 bit PCs when I said "it" is available).
I'm glad to hear that, Boss . . . i feel pretty certain it would cure the occassional hang-ups i experience as the system labors to process all the video data pouring in from a game.
Now all i have to do is save the money for a new pc . . . sigh . . .
I'm probably going to need another laptop soon anyway, though. This one's already 2 years old.
I'm a gamer. I prefer empire builders and micromanagement games, although I do play RPG's quite often. My problem used to be that I played a game for a while, then something new came out and I dropped whatever game I was playing and started on the new one. However, due to the birth of my second child, I now have no money, so I'm rediscovering all my old(2-3 years old) games. Ahh, nostalgia.
e_n_d_e_r, hehehe I like that screen name.
Sorry shallowman, but my computer says that is an invalid URL.
I know it wont let me type it in.
Love PC games SC Age of Empires, WarCraft, Generals ahh there is to many.