Discussion in 'Games' started by HookeyStreet, Jul 17, 2007.
.....I was thinking of getting 'S.T.A.L.K.E.R', what do you think?
Lost Planet too, it seems good.
From what I heard, STALKER has a very short campaign life. Anything from the Half Life series will keep you occupied for a while .
As well as the HL2 mods...I recommend Red Orchestra, it's one of the most realistic WW2 FPS'...ever.
Thats 3rd person and Ive completed it on the 360 (great games, thanks anyway m8)
ah your right lol Im newb to fps, going to get into them now though just wish I had all the quirks worked out of my computer (Razor software wont intall in english elc lol tried a complete wipe and reintall nexted is to chose another lang and see if it installs in english lol).
Good luck on your hunt.. myself will be picking up a copy of BF2 very soon.
Ive completed Half-Life 2 and Episode 1 (both were great), so Red Orchestra is good?
Cheers, you will love BF2 m8, I still like it better than BF2142
Yeah, Red Orchestra is terrific, wait till you get shot (in the game) in the leg/arm. It's so realistic, if you get shot in the leg, you start limping, and if you get shot in the arm, you can't use that arm. Now that's realism .
Sounds good to me, and it has a good singleplayer mode also?
Ouch, I should have read before reccomending it to you, Wikipedia has quite a nice description of it.
oh, so it is primarily a multi-player game
Thanx anyway m8
I reckon "Call of Juarez" if you haven't already played it.
Kick ass western style FPS with slow-mo and stuff...
Check these vids out ---
This made me grab it ...
This one gives you something to look forward to if you pick up a DX10 card and DL the DX10 patch for the game ... (patch doesn't work with cracked games )
Well it's an old game, but i really liked it. Mechwarrior 4 Vengance, i know it isn't exactly a fps but it is first person and it's a shooter but it is also a "mech" game. but if u ask me it has a great campaign and it's a good game too cept there is no online anymore
ShadowRun kicks enormous amounts of ass, but you'll need to get a certain crack to have it run on xp.
F.E.A.R. + F.E.A.R. Extraction point should last you a while, or if you had a ps3 Resistance Fall of man, hehehe, oh and also elder scrolls oblivion
I do have Call Of Juarez on the 360, but I havent played it yet
Ive got Shadowrun on the 360.....and I really wanted something with a good story driven singleplayer mode
call of juarez, i got the single player demo, deffo a nice lookin game, just love the slow mo quick-draw
try dark messiah, nice visuals and interesting story line
F.E.A.R is awesome and I havent played Extraction Point yet, so that may be an option
RFOM does look great on the PS3, but sadly I cant afford one of those yet lol
Don't forget to add Rainbow Six : Vegas to your list! Multiplayer on the PC side is something you may want to avoid but the single player experience is just fantastic! The graphics are top notch, some of the best I've seen to date and if you got a nice soundsystem, the firefights will just make you cream in your pants!
I second the Vegas recommendation; and ya give online a whirl too if you want. It could be better, could be entirely worse. Some of us still play, we'll set you up a home server to come to
Stalker isn't as short as you may think when looking at overall game hour completion time. There's many things to go and do, like an MMO or RPG game, to increase the longevity.
It's got great ambience sound, and is creepy, it's as if you know something's not right, all the time, minus the rebels and gangs trying to kill you, and the Russian government raining hellfire down on you with rogue soldiers. Other than that, you can take a nice stroll through the weeds at your convenience.
AvP2 is a classic, still strikes the most fear into me out of any game.
FarCry has more value I think than FEAR in terms of SP. I couldn't see how anyone would say FEAR was more enjoyable than FarCry, single or multi.
"Yeah, Red Orchestra is terrific, wait till you get shot (in the game) in the leg/arm. It's so realistic, if you get shot in the leg, you start limping, and if you get shot in the arm, you can't use that arm. Now that's realism ."
I don't understand, well I do actually...why more games, especially FPS do not involve a mixture of a fatigue/injury mechanics system. Obviously they do not because players would complain how it hinders them and is too 'hard.' ;rolls eyes; FPS as far back as Rainbow 6 and Rogue Spear implimented such features.
So while it's nothing new, it's definatley a nice touch by the developer and an example of some of the features you'd want to look out for in making your decision.
Fortunatley, most of these games are fairly cheap now, especially on the PC.
Is it better than the 360 version (which is great btw), because I have it on that?
mmmmmmmmmmmmm, I never actually completed that....I think I will have to dig it out again
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