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Snake

MGS3: Snake Eater, GTA: SA, Devil May Cry 3, and Winning Eleven 7.

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-hurley18

Counter Strike: Source and Gunz online, im not a big gamer

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xp1ode

went back to Call of Duty, and United offensive, my comp can't really take many of the new games so, i'm still having some fun with these.....

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Colin-uk

Switchblade II, Doodlebug, Zool... (Y)

& occasionally apocolypse & insectoid2 :D

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Djmutik1013

CounterStrike SOurce. Not much else, my computer is older so I can't play all the newer games fast so I don't play them

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NeoXY

Gunz, all the C&C from Red Alert 2 and up, Starcraft, Halo...

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blush

Counter-Strike 1.6 and The Sims 2... but mostly just CS.

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Pulaski

Crimson Skies

Burnout 3

Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory (probably play this until 360 comes out)

Low in rotation:

Republic Commando

Ratchet And Clank: Up Your Arsenal

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thecableguy

Counter-Strike 1.6 (CAL) and random games on my xbox

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|Rapture|

Battlefield 2, Guildwars and a little bit of Forza.

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SkInvision

NBA Live 05 on PS2 and ESPN NBA 2K5 on Xbox

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Bearded Kirklander

UT2004 is a constant on my PC, as is UT1999, though not quite as much since 2004 came out.

Dungeon Siege II Demo

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mercuryx013

The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap

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dL

Counter-Strike: Source and Battlefield 2.

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illicit
Counter-Strike 1.6 (CAL) and random games on my xbox

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Same for me at the moment.

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Liandros

Battlefield 2, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, CS 1.6 sometimes, CS:S sometimes.

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Des429

cs 1.6, with my crap pc i can't do much. hopefully in the next week or two i'll be getting new parts, so i can finally ENJOY cs:s and half life 2

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Echilon

Brothers in Arms and Bloodrayne 2 :D

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Pink Floyd

CS:S. that game made me stop playing Quake2 CTF mod ;)

but I dont play much anyway

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Tronix

BF2, SCCT and Farenheit demo cant wait for tht game

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Sensayshun

Warcraft 3 reign of Chaos. And CSS, I'd be playing F.E.A.R if my computer could run it, I've played it in my bro's PC but it keeps crashing, awesome game though.

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Shane Pitman

World of Warcraft. I tried AC2 again when the expansion came out, but to me it'll never compare to the original AC / ACDM, and even that can't hold my interest anymore. WoW pretty much takes up all the time that I'm willing to devote to games these days.

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dsteele_7

City of Heroes for me and going to Pre-Order City of Villains for Beta Access

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