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burning_jonny
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Have you tried the two player version yet? I can't seem to get ahold of that.

Also, I hear the multi-player version is really amazing.

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Have you tried the two player version yet? I can't seem to get ahold of that.

Also, I hear the multi-player version is really amazing.

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Is there co-op?

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burning_jonny
Is there co-op?

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That's just sick. You took the joke too far.

Reported

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dj6ross

DOD (Day of Defeat) :p No seriously I am.

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abandonhope

Guild Wars!!! :devil:

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CJC
That's just sick. You took the joke too far.

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Seriously? You may be looking at my joke the wrong way, because the way I see it, it's no more "sick" than yours

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burning_jonny

Well if I'm thinking what you're thinking, then that is sick and I really should report you.

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SonComet

I thought the joke was pretty funny, but that's just me :p.

I am currently play RE4, again... and a little WoW on the side :).

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bmbeeman

I feel like I'm still in the stone ages...

Command and Conquer Tiberian Sun, Warcraft 3, Neverwinter Nights.

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Snake

I just bought a new game: Midnight Club 3. :D

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Soham

aa but i am here now

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AJerman
I just bought a new game: Midnight Club 3. :D

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Ugh, absolutely horrible if you ask me. That's just my opinion though. Cheap knock off of Need for Speed Underground, which was pretty crappy by itself already. :pinch:

What am I playing? Well 2 different games, but I can't say what they are... NDA :shifty: Honestly I don't really play games. I get bored with games faster than anyone (the last game I was excited to get and play I played about 30 minutes of, and never touched again). I mainly just play games when I am testing them and leave it at that.

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martym

I am playing pc star wars battlefront, ut 2004, painkiller, gta sandares

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HoochieMamma

UT2004, GTA:SA and Warcraft 3.

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killmaster84

Colin Makrey Rally Racing 2005 or how ever you spell it, Unreal Champsion2,GTA: SA, Gunbound world champion, Warcraft 3, Ground Control2. Never thought I was playing that much. oo and of crouse Halo2

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Cheshire Cat

Starcraft and Starcraft: Broodwar. One of the greatest games ever made....... :yes:

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Dark Ride
guitar

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same here :punk:

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NikkiRox

GTA2 online, The Sims 2...errr and Liero(worms knock off...thing) online...i think that's all the recent ones

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cork1958

The brand new, as of yet, unreleased Def Leppard, "Yeah!!"

Oh, we're talking about games, huh? :ninja:

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thedoors27

Down- Ghosts Along The Mississippi.

Yeah! :woot:

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MrCobra

Dungeon Siege II

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Barney T.

NeverWinter Nights!

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