Didnt play it online tbh, although I dont see it being better than Starcraft or Total Annihilation which in my opinion is one of the greatest RTS ever; along with Starcraft and Warcraft 3bringoutthegimp posted on May 17 2004 at 05:45 PM said:doing missions is the whole point of the game? and if you had played halo on the internet then you would have found that it was almost on par to starcraft as the best multiplayer ever (the comparison is in terms of fun)PinkSpider posted on May 17 2004 at 05:42 PM said:When I play GTA I just drive around and kill things. I dont like doing the missions. And HALO I had on pc and I played it abit but it was just boring... im not a fan of one player fps's really, I hate the whole objectives in games :/ Anyway thats just how I feel about games
Playing with a friend would have been more fun; but then I have the problems of using the analogue sticks to aim... I just cant do it.Yeah Halo on PC was tripe, infinitely better on the 'box. Dunno why but it just is, probably the co-op single player mode
FPSs on a console = SHIT. why in the hell would anyone want to play halo using a controller?davey g posted on May 17 2004 at 05:45 PM said:Yeah Halo on PC was tripe, infinitely better on the 'box.
ATM on GTA Vice city I just drive around listening to my Pixies mp3sdavey g posted on May 17 2004 at 05:50 PM said:The fact that there were missions in gta didn't bother me, it was the fact that they seemed poorly designed and repetitive, wait ... they were poorly designed and repetitive. Vice City was an expansion pack with good music. I found both games to be fun for a short time ( and by a short time I mean a day after I got it ) but I forced myself to complete them.
Edit : FPS on a console =/= shit. Halo proves that by being better on the xbox
I am damn good on fps on the pc but I just grew out of sitting in front of a tiny screen hunched over a keyboard when I can relax on a comfy chair with a shmoke and a pancake.
well...............ive got a big ass leather pc chair & my monitor is bigger than the tv in my room which is where i would be playing plus the addition of a keyboard and mouse = greater playing experiancedavey g posted on May 17 2004 at 05:50 PM said:I am damn good on fps on the pc but I just grew out of sitting in front of a tiny screen hunched over a keyboard when I can relax on a comfy chair with a shmoke and a pancake.
the tv in my room is like 15" so my 17" monitor is a step updavey g posted on May 17 2004 at 06:06 PM said:Plus I'm sitting in a crappy uncomfortable chair in front of a 17" monitor with too low a refresh rate.
(thanks davey_g, that had me and my housemates laughing )an 8 year old child with the mumps.
:lol: :lol: :lol:spray posted on May 17 2004 at 02:27 PM said:I bet 10 years from now were going to have 2ghz of power right in our pockets. Its closer then we think.
Cheers for that mystic meg, keep watching the skys!
I think that if gp32 started making better systems capable of having sd media with no limit storage and faster cpu's with more promissing games' i think that the gp32 will succeed in the race.
quick, someone from gamepark hire this inspirational thinker! What will he say next? People will die less if they didnt smoke? Stuff would fall out of the sky less if there wasnt gravity?