Good FPS Game

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  1. Quikster

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    I think if you want multi-player Counter-Strike, and Counter-Strike:source are the best, but if you by HL2 you will have access to these.

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    Any UT game from 2003-2005 is brilliant, provided you have a decent computer, with good broadband, Its killer.. (literally) [8[}:)]

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    Half Life 2 would be on the top of my list too if I didn't own it already [:D]. It's a great game all around. It also looks like some pretty good modifications are coming out for online play. Both VALANDIL and DYSTOPIA I am looking forward to playing. VALANDIL is a medieval multiplayer modification and DYSTOPIA is a cyberpunk multiplayer modification. Both look very interesting and you might want to check it out if you are interested in online play. I can't forget the Day of Defeat: Source mod which will be coming out this spring. It is a World War 2 multiplayer modification. They all look fantastic and are all free, all you need is a copy of Half Life 2.

    Unreal Tournament 2004 is also very good although it doesn't really have a single player campaign. Basically it is just a frag fest in single player. The different types of gameplay are fun. The Capture the Flag and Onslaught game types are my favorite. There are also mods out for the Unreal games but I am not familiar with them.

    Day of Defeat. Also another Wolrd War 2 game. It is based off the Quake 3 engine I believe. It is fun but I would wait for Day of Defeat 2.

    I think you should go with a game that allows online play and get a few multiplayer mods. They are the most fun usually.

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    Sort of old but lots of fun with great weapons is Star Trek Elite Force II
     
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    stalker shadow of chernobyl

    now i havent played the game supposed to be released this year but most games get delayed (half-life 2) it looks just beatiful.
    These graphics i think surpass thoese of Half-Life 2.

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    im thinking about getting a medion 1.7ghz 533fsb 512mb ram.
    could i play all the aformentioned fps games with this notebook?

    what fps game is best if you just want to shot stuff.
    like not really follow the storyline if you dont want to but shoot stuff for fun.
    like arms and legs flying off and i think its fun to shoot inaminate objects and see the damage.
     
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    There is a good old game called Soldier of Fortune 2: Double Helix. You should be able to find it for under 20 bucks and it is a blast to play. The single player is OK but the multiplayer is awesome!

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    I'm one of the few who liked Doom 3 better than Half-Life 2. Doom 3 was the scariest game I've ever played and a lot of fun. Half-Life 2 just seemed to drag on needlessly at several points. I never got the "feeling" of the original Half-Life with HL2 until the very last level (Dark Energy).

    Far Cry was excellent and there are lots of mods and maps that make it fun to replay the game. Another really good FPS game was Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay.

    STALKER is gonna be really good. FEAR is about to be released, too. It could be the best FPS game of 2005.

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    Doom 3 was scarier, but Half Life 2 was much more enjoyable for me. The physics were awesome, I could actually get into the story, and the graphics were good, even at low settings.

    I guess if I were to have played Doom 3 more, maybe I'd enjoy it more, and having paid $55 for HL2 may have had some impact on my opinion. Maybe I was forcing myself to like HL2.
     
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