What is your favorite PC game?

jamesc37

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Gotta say my favourite game at the moment has got to be Skyrim. Just a great game.

SWTOR Is an excellent MMORPG as well.
 

Dawn1113

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ARMA II with all of its expansion packs. For me, this has to be the smartest and most ambitious FPS out there. My brother introduced me to this game two years ago, and it made me make the switch from console to PC. The game editor is the highlight!
 

rajevcharudutta

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Need For Speed II SE : Mastered this game and could win it at will anytime.:grinthumb
Need For Speed UG 2 : Not quite mastered.:cool:
Prince of Persia (DOS game) : Love this. Find winning anytime refreshing.:D
Prince of Persia 2 : Stopped playing midway after keyboard key got very loose.:rolleyes:
 

Zen

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Call of Duty 4 "Modern Warfare", that was it for me, I ended my computer video game career with that game. Haven't played anything else since!
 

EXCellR8

Posts: 1,797   +1
^no need to, COD4 is definitely the best modern Duty... those who disagree should be banned.

Favorite Classics: Half-Life series, Deus Ex, System Shock

Favorite Newer: BioShock, Fallout 3, Deus Ex HR, STALKER series
 

Dawn1113

Posts: 319   +71
Call of Duty 4 "Modern Warfare", that was it for me, I ended my computer video game career with that game. Haven't played anything else since!

That is a classic, I'd say. Yeah, loved that game, too. The sniper mission in the campaign was absolutely epic -- that part where the two snipers dig in near the Ferry's Wheel to wait for the hostiles to come in from the far edge of the field. I seem to remember the multiplayer version had a mode where you started off unarmed -- which I thought was pretty cool.
 

Marnomancer

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That is a classic, I'd say. Yeah, loved that game, too. The sniper mission in the campaign was absolutely epic -- that part where the two snipers dig in near the Ferry's Wheel to wait for the hostiles to come in from the far edge of the field.

I don't know if you've played Delta Force: Black Hawk Down, but even if you haven't, you will now have a slight idea of what it feels like. I got the first taste of it after I finished the mission "Irene"...and got that radio message: "Ranger Chalk Four, Super 6-1 down, I repeat, Black Hawk Down!"

I seem to remember the multiplayer version had a mode where you started off unarmed -- which I thought was pretty cool.

You should try Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix. The 'Escape' Mission Type in the Random Mission Generator. You'll stop thinking that I'm afraid. Unless you're a hardcore, lightening-reflex knife fighter. :haha: Just kidding.

No matter what, COD4 was and is awesome.

But, IMHO, no other game can ever beat this baby:
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And I'm not taking any arguments on that. :cool:
 

Dawn1113

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@Marnomancer: Yes, I think I'd heard about the Delta Force game. I even took a look at some videos on Youtube. But I haven't tried it yet. There's just so much out there now it's sort of dizzying.

Looking at the games mentioned here, I feel like I missed out on an entire generation of video games. :D
 

bluto 2050

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I used to like quake II . I may try it again ,see how it plays on this Haswell Core i5 and SSD .


In the AMD K6 Pentium P5 ,P55C , Celeron 300A days we used Quake and Quake II frame rates to bench mark overclock and builds and for bragging rites .
 
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Larsenex

Posts: 91   +8
Galactic Civilizations III
Civilizations VI
Xcom2
Pillars of Eternity
Distant Worlds (Universe)
Half life (original)
Witcher III
Star Wars the Old Republic (MMO)
and for the times everything is not up to par......>> Heroes III of Might n Magic
 

Cycloid Torus

Posts: 4,818   +1,637
It might just be Enderal - a full makeover mod for Skyrim - from sureai.net. Incredible for 'fan' made game. Magic, Monsters, Mystery...and priced right... 'free' for those who have bought Skyrim.