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  • David Panzer
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    Originally posted by NotSoWize
    The difference is that the ability to communicate with teammates and play as part of a team has come a long way since Half-Life. Playing as part of a team rather than just playing a bunch of death-matches as an individual is what makes multiplayer a ton of fun -- for me anyway. Making up strategies on the fly with your teammates (especially if they are friends of yours) is an awfully hard experience to beat. Even so, I'm probably a 80% single player gamer vs. 20% multi-player. I wish more games had cooperative play as part of their design. To me, that is the best of both worlds.
    I've never been much into squad-based games. So to each their own

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  • Vyse
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    My gamer card is: Wicked Vorlon

    I've been playing my new Wii with Zelda most of my free time though!

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  • NotSoWize
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    Originally posted by WillieStealAndHow
    When I was in college I tried the Half-Life multiplayer. This is before Counterstrike existed.

    10 minutes later, after I finished a game, I logged off and went back to playing the single-player.

    I've looked at the multiplayer aspect other games have, and the only thing that is different is the name of the game.
    The difference is that the ability to communicate with teammates and play as part of a team has come a long way since Half-Life. Playing as part of a team rather than just playing a bunch of death-matches as an individual is what makes multiplayer a ton of fun -- for me anyway. Making up strategies on the fly with your teammates (especially if they are friends of yours) is an awfully hard experience to beat. Even so, I'm probably a 80% single player gamer vs. 20% multi-player. I wish more games had cooperative play as part of their design. To me, that is the best of both worlds.

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  • David Panzer
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    When I was in college I tried the Half-Life multiplayer. This is before Counterstrike existed.

    10 minutes later, after I finished a game, I logged off and went back to playing the single-player.

    I've looked at the multiplayer aspect other games have, and the only thing that is different is the name of the game.

    I'll just stick with the single player experience, and get the downloads for the single-player stuff when I get a 360. Oh, and Castlevania: Symphony of Night and when they get it Rondo of Blood

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  • SmileOfTheShadow
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    Originally posted by WillieStealAndHow
    I haven't created an Xbox Live account yet since I don't have a 360, just an Xbox.

    I also don't feel like buying a 12 month subscription card just to download those extra missions for the first Splinter Cell.

    Welll..there's the online gaming component too. A Halo 3 beta for the multiplayer will be availible to live subscribers 6 months before the game comes out. Right now everyone's doing Gears of War.

    And Oblivion has extra downloadable content coming out...

    Plus there's a couple cool live arcade games that are only availible there, the best being Geometry Wars.

    I sound like a salesman...

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  • David Panzer
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    I haven't created an Xbox Live account yet since I don't have a 360, just an Xbox.

    I also don't feel like buying a 12 month subscription card just to download those extra missions for the first Splinter Cell.

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  • NotSoWize
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    I am wyzeguy719 on Xbox Live, but I have not been doing much online gaming for a couple of years. Halo 3 will probably change that if nothing else does.

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  • SmileOfTheShadow
    started a topic X-box Live Gamertags

    X-box Live Gamertags

    I just saw that a lot of people were posting about their 360 games on another thread, so I figured I'd start this one so we could all play together if you guys are on live. I waaas on but my credit card I had it on expired, and therefore so did my account, so I've gotta get a new one. I'll tell you what my tag is then.

    I'll keep all yours in mind in the meantime.


    Jon
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