Thread: Screenshots of games you play

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Reader View Post
    By the way.. this talk about physics in space makes me miss I-War.. maybe one of the first space sims using those in a realistic way as far as I remember (wing comander was more arcade like). And the game had a pretty epic intro as well...
    It was on sale on gog not long ago. Along with it's sequel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daze View Post




    looks like someone ponied up for a Pony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Token White Guy View Post
    I started playing World @ War again. It's my favorite WWII COD.
    Its my favourite COD! zombies ftw

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARGAR FORKBEARD View Post
    Its my favourite COD! zombies ftw
    COD Big Red One for PS2 was amazing, the story and all, you really had that "brothers in arms" love, I even felt sad when brooklyn (I think) died in the last mission

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    Cry of Fear. Impressive Hl1 horror mod. Fиck this mod, seriously. I knew how this damn sequence with the camera is going to end. It was so damn predictable. Still, I almost had a heart attack. Good earphones and dark are essential to enjoy this game. I Alt-f4'd without even saving, thats how scary this mod is.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Daze View Post


    So i gotta ask, is it worth the money? Or is it just a really nice screen shot generator lol

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    Woot new laptop ordered! (After my last one was stolen:/ )

    17.3" matte full HD led screen
    Intel i7 quad core 3870 (2.7Ghz) 8mb
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    Cant wait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by B_706K View Post
    Woot new laptop ordered! (After my last one was stolen:/ )

    17.3" matte full HD led screen
    Intel i7 quad core 3870 (2.7Ghz) 8mb
    Nvidia Geforce GTX 675m 2gb DDR5
    16gb 1600mhz DDR3 memory

    Cant wait!
    Maybe if you'll buy a desk computer, it won't be so easy to steal!

    Just kidding, congratz on the new computer!

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    Unless you have to move it around, a desktop would have saved you some cash. There is this fad these days, everyone is purchasing laptops for gaming - makes little sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B_706K View Post
    Woot new laptop ordered! (After my last one was stolen:/ )

    17.3" matte full HD led screen
    Intel i7 quad core 3870 (2.7Ghz) 8mb
    Nvidia Geforce GTX 675m 2gb DDR5
    16gb 1600mhz DDR3 memory

    Cant wait!
    recently bought one pretty much the same.

    Unless you have to move it around, a desktop would have saved you some cash. There is this fad these days, everyone is purchasing laptops for gaming - makes little sense.
    It's more expensive, that's right - has some advantages though - it doesn't take away anywhere near the space and can be moved whenever you need to.
    With a docking station you can use a big screen at home as well.

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    Yes, but in the long run, getting a well put together pc leaves it open for later upgrades, also few people actually take their gaming outside of the house. All new graphics cards have a HDMI port as well - so docking it with a tv is no issue. And then there is the heat issue with almost all laptops (intensive graphics game = hotter then the sun).

    I don't know man, to me the cons seem to outweigh the pros, and unless you are someone who takes their gaming outside of the house (military or a job that requires a lot of traveling or staying away from home for a longer period of time) I say its not worth it at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sousuke View Post
    Yes, but in the long run, getting a well put together pc leaves it open for later upgrades, also few people actually take their gaming outside of the house. All new graphics cards have a HDMI port as well - so docking it with a tv is no issue. And then there is the heat issue with almost all laptops (intensive graphics game = hotter then the sun).

    I don't know man, to me the cons seem to outweigh the pros, and unless you are someone who takes their gaming outside of the house (military or a job that requires a lot of traveling or staying away from home for a longer period of time) I say its not worth it at all.
    I've bought mine because I'm away from home a lot recently.
    Got a gaming PC at home as well.
    But I was thinking about switching to notebook only before.
    After trying it out for a few weeks now I've got to say heat is no issue - I've oppened it up and took a look - it's got the necessary cooling system and performs quite well. It's quiet usually but revs up when it needs to.
    You might not be able to upgrade it as well as a PC but on the other hand you get a system with matching hardware without having to spend time hunting down a good configuration. I remember sending back RAM because it didn't work with my mainboard etc. Can be a pain in the ass if you work all day and don't want to waste the little free time you get.

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    Just don't buy acer laptops!

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    Quote Originally Posted by B_706K View Post
    Woot new laptop ordered! (After my last one was stolen:/ )

    17.3" matte full HD led screen
    Intel i7 quad core 3870 (2.7Ghz) 8mb
    Nvidia Geforce GTX 675m 2gb DDR5
    16gb 1600mhz DDR3 memory

    Cant wait!
    There's this free software called Prey Project, that allows you to keylog and remotely track you computer in case it gets stolen, it takes snapshots, can remotely activate your webcam. You should give it a look, I've installed it in all of my laptops and computers.

    http://preyproject.com/

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