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    CS =

    I use to bully my bro and tell him that cs sucks bad, which it IMO do. These damn cs geeks get all crazy and violent if anyone says anything bad about their game..

    He haven't played any other game for a a few years now, he says there aren't any...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSN
    so starcraft is still popular cause it'll run on any modern machine? hell, any game from 1999 back could pretty much be played on any machine, CS is the only one still popular (the most popular)
    You're talking different genres here. Starcraft is still popular among a lot of the RTS players. However, for an FPS, Counter Strike seems to have the lowest common denominators. You don't need much of a PC, it's a cheap and nasty FPS, and all the little people can play it.

    That and the fact that all the little kiddies that play it haven't got their parents to buy em a new computer yet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSN
    Doom what? Any updates on the HL 2 release?
    Actually HL2 has been delayed again, http://www.gamepro.com/computer/pc/g...ws/33308.shtml

    The last sentance mentions that Valve might give an insight as to when it will come out during this years E3, in the middle of May... So it's looking like mid-late summer? But maybe they'll just wait for the Christmas season. That always helps sell the hype...

    Now now guys, CS does provide an entry level game for little kids to learn mouse look with, though, so it is certainly good as a filter for the rest of the gaming world. It's alot like a playpen. A playpen is fun while you're there, but as soon as you realize what else is out there, you get out and think, why the hell did I spend so much time in there???
    "In their capacity as a tool, computers will be but a ripple on the surface of our culture. In their capacity as intellectual challenge, they are without precedent in the cultural history of mankind." - Edsger Dijkstra

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeradul
    CS does provide an entry level game for little kids to learn mouse look with, though, so it is certainly good as a filter for the rest of the gaming world. It's alot like a playpen. A playpen is fun while you're there, but as soon as you realize what else is out there, you get out and think, why the hell did I spend so much time in there???
    That's... that's it. You've summed it up better than I ever could. You're my hero!

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    well put zeradul :laugh:

    has for the HL2 comments, that's got it's own thread: http://forums.tweaktown.com/showthre...threadid=13283
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Those of us in the playpen wouldn't mind donations to help get out. It's not my fault I'm stuck playing a game that was good two years ago, before better games started replacing it. Sill, CS was incredibly good when it came out, and isn't so horrible that it's unplayable (then again, I'll go play the original Doom and not complain).
    Anyway, I'll be happy when both HL2 and D3 come out. I should have enough money for my new PC by then. I honestly wouldn't mind getting either card and the free game. No really, if someone wants to just buy one for me I certainly would not mind.:woot:

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