"Good FPS" and "PS2" don't sit together as well as they could/should... The original Half-Life is on there... but it's ancient and frankly, if you have a PC less than 6/7 years old, you can play the original PC version anyway. Same goes for Deus Ex and Unreal Tournament(PC is much better - console FPS games are severly handicapped by the fact that you play them with a gamepad. No amount of autoaim can replace the Mouse/Keyboard combo).Charter_Mage said:I've not played many first person shooters myself....or third person come to think of it, but i'v always wanted a good one, any recommendations, PS2 is my consol of choice mostly.
Same, but unfortunately I can't play anything recent anyway with my old PC. Fortunately I have a decent sized stockpile of older games set aside for just such an occasion, and I look forward to working my way through at least some of the following:buddy said:Not playing anything atm cos of exams
By all means do... however, be aware that:Charter_Mage said:Thanks kupoartist, i will bare that all in mind....although i might just venture away from my PS2 and go for Half-Life 2
Completely free. The only payment involved on Steam is that you can choose to buy the games on it rather than from a shop (though you don't get a box or CD, which is pretty much a negative). No monthly fees.valha said:is it free to play online or do you have to reg and pay a monthy fee?
If it has trouble playing the Sims 2, it is quite likely that you'll have trouble with HL2 (nice example screenie). That said, it's always worth trying these the demo out to give yourself an idea of how / if it'll run. Remember, that if you get bad performance, you should have the settings as low as possible... if you can cope with how much more ugly it is...Charter_Mage said:I might try that demo out as long as it's free and all, although i'm not sure about your first point kupoartist, my sister has the Sims 2 and i'v only ever played it once, the reason for that being everything moves infuriatingly slow, it takes about half an hour to load most things, it jumps about, even when you've finished playing the computer continues to move the pace of a snail, and that only time i played it it gave me such a headache (brought on for the above reasons) i could only play it for half an hour. And i'm guessing this is to do with it's system requirements
For Half-Life 2? There's no subscription fee, just the one off for buying the game (there's 3 seperate pricing schemes as well, depending on how much extra stuff you want with HL2).valha said:is it free to play online or do you have to reg and pay a monthy fee?
It was always almost impossible for me to study for exams, it's just impossible to keep my mind on such a boring task, i would always find something nice a distracting to take my mind of it :lol:zuki said:Lol! Sounds funny. I just completed kingdom hearts, so now i need a new reason not to study for up coming exams.