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NikkiRox

X-Fire: rhinestoner (I don't use it anymore though)

Steam: NikkiRox

TF2 - NikkiRox

CS:S - (Random names)

HL2:DM - (Random names)

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xTdub

xFire, Steam, XBL, PSN, and probably more that don't come to mind: xTdub

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DigitalN.

Pretty much all my stuff is DigitalN or some variant. Although my steam account email is unfortunately still the one I used when it first came out, which is laughably bad, good thing you can change the contact email or I'd be embarased :p

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killmaster84

Killmaster84 or Lachineron

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afuchi

On shooters

Dead_Moroz

Concrete Pillow

WoW and other MMORPG's

Radikas

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dtanderson

xfire - dtanderson

steam dtanderson

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AJC.

Steam Name: AJC (link)

Games I Play (Multiplayer Only):

TF2

CS:S

DoD:S

HL2: DM

BF: BC2

CoD:4

MW2

L4D

L4D2

Halo 1

Halo 2

Synergy (Mod)

Garry's Mod

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c3ntury

c3ntury, wildfire95 or centurymeltdown :)

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Grex

Steam: grex25

Curently

1. L4D 1&2

2: HL2 DM

Diablo 3 when it comes out

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Soham

CS:S: Le Licque

TF2:Soham

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rajputwarrior

johnblaze00

left 4 dead 2

bad company 2

dirt 2

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Dessimat0r

Dessimat0r in everything

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+trag3dy

May as well add my Steam name to the list.. rndmncntr.

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chillaaa

Steam name: ChillAAA

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chrismgtis

[Rage3D]AcidOsmosis - BF2

Acidosmosis - Xfire

Mallikai/Malickai - WoW (Blackhand Server) no longer playing

Abate Esibei - SWG (Tempest then Starsider servers) no longer playing

Acidosmosis - Steam

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jrex

I find my game name kind of amusing in all games i play... its.. " ABUDUT"

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Chanel

oh well at present I am gaming with only one mmorpg - WOW.

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Where there is a will there is a way

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marknhl1111

Hi everyone :)

I used to call myself "Blaster" in almost all games it played in the last few years..

but know that are so many online games I had to change my name to something not to "normal"..

But since most cool names are already used in most of the games I often just use numbers as a name.. hope it confuses everyone :D :D :D

M

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Volatile

Unreal Tournament

Volatile

All Other Games

Vanquish

Vanq5

Vanq5*

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Solid Knight

Pr05killzSNIPA1337

I'm kidding. It's usually my forum name.

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inferniac

Pr05killzSNIPA1337

lol

I play mostly on Steam, it's just inferniac.

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