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Living Room / Re: Top 100 PC Games of the 21st Century (so far)
« on: May 30, 2009, 05:53 AM »
fenixproductions I do agree with this statement "I do not believe that "no matter what they're talking, it's important they're talking at all"  rule is good one" of you BUT what is a good game?
It depends! For me the best games are Civilization or Red Alert kind of STRATEGY GAMES, and if you ask my brother the best games in the world are Football Manager 2009 or NBA Live series of Electronic arts. So I think the list of IGN site is at least is a "Top talked" list of games, since you can not measure the enjotyablity! ;)

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Although it’s not my kind of game,
It’s a great review!
The combination of Text and Pictures makes it actually perfect!
Keep going on doing such a great job!

I myself reviewed Grand Theft Auto: Vice City .

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Thats really cool! I always wanted to have a BMW and now I want it more ;)
Thanks

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Living Room / Re: Top 100 PC Games of the 21st Century (so far)
« on: May 29, 2009, 06:13 AM »
Thanks for the list but I guess this list is more relevant for us, PC Gamers!
http://pc.ign.com/top-pc-games/

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Definatlly STREET FIGHTER was the best! We were even paying for the COINS to play these games outside on the game machines.

I used to play with either Vega or Blanka and beat everyone! ;)

I have recently wrote a review about the new version of Street Fighter 4.

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DC Gamer Club / Re: Help me with this game please
« on: May 29, 2009, 06:03 AM »
LOL, just visited your link, the pictures are a kind of terrifying!
By the way what language is that?

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I found a useful (summary) information about Linux and Windows:

Both Windows and Linux come in many flavors. All the flavors of Windows come from Microsoft, the various distributions of Linux come from different companies (i.e. Linspire, Red Hat, SuSE, Ubuntu, Xandros, Knoppix, Slackware, Lycoris, etc. ).

Windows has two main lines. The older flavors are referred to as "Win9x" and consist of Windows 95, 98, 98SE and Me. The newer flavors are referred to as "NT class" and consist of Windows NT3, NT4, 2000, XP and Vista. Going back in time, Windows 3.x preceded Windows 95 by a few years. And before that, there were earlier versons of Windows, but they were not popular. Microsoft no longer supports Windows NT3, NT4, all the 9x versions and of course anything older. Support for Windows 2000 is partial (as of April 2007).

The flavors of Linux are referred to as distributions (often shortened to "distros"). All the Linux distributions released around the same time frame will use the same kernel (the guts of the Operating System). They differ in the add-on software provided, GUI, install process, price, documentation and technical support. Both Linux and Windows come in desktop and server editions.

There may be too many distributions of Linux, it's possible that this is hurting Linux in the marketplace. It could be that the lack of a Linux distro from a major computer company is also hurting it in the marketplace. IBM is a big Linux backer but does not have their own branded distribution. Currently there seem to be many nice things said about the Ubuntu distribution.

Linux is customizable in a way that Windows is not. For one, the user interface, while similar in concept, varies in detail from distribution to distribution. For example, the task bar may default to being on the top or the bottom. Also, there are many special purpose versions of Linux above and beyond the full blown distributions described above. For example, NASLite is a version of Linux that runs off a single floppy disk (since revised to also boot from a CD) and converts an old computer into a file server. This ultra small edition of Linux is capable of networking, file sharing and being a web server.

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Wow I have checked DC Gamer Club and it seems like a heaven for PC Gamers!
Thank you:)

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DC Gamer Club / Re: Two games for the holidays
« on: May 29, 2009, 05:52 AM »
Thank you for posting these games, I like to play these kind of SIMPLE games that you can even play five minutes in an office break.
I also havea simple game with its license and you can play the demo free! It is also a game for christmas:)
Santa's Breakout PC Game


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LOL thats a nice combination, both of them are very popular games in different eras.

I remember when I used to play Second Life there were also some puzzle games like Bejeweled.

I like both World of Warcraft and Bejeweled and reviewed them in my website.

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Finally I found some tasteful people!
I love playing platform games and Braid PC Game is one of the best.

I want to add this info to this game review:
Jon Blows has confirmed in his forum that Braid includes a full editor in the PC version. To access it just have to press F11 and get to work.
Jon Blows: Yes, after releasing a new version in a few days to correct the problems that some people have, and when more people have played / finished the game, I will publish some documents to the editor. The way it works is done with the level editor (up to a full game) will be executed later as a universe, is also a tool that will leave you free to make Photoshop files and import the game if you want put new graphics on their levels.
I reviewed the games PC version myself: http://www.pcgametrek.com/braid-game-pc/
The only limit is your imagination!

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DC Gamer Club / Re: 30 PC Games to Play Before You Die
« on: May 29, 2009, 05:38 AM »
I have just checked them out a good list but of course the Best Games depend on people!

These Are MY TOP 3 from the list of 30!

I also wrote reviews about them!

Sid Meier’s Civilization IV http://www.pcgametre...com/civilization-iv/
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City http://www.pcgametre...heft-auto-vice-city/
Command and Conquer: Red Alert 2 http://www.pcgametrek.com/red-alert-3/

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Hi I have just joined the "donationcoder" I am the author of http://www.pcgametrek.com
App103, thank you for mentioning it on this forum :)

I like to play pc games and write about them, hope more people will visit my website :)

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