I played Civilization back in the day (on my Mac IIci, when I was still a Macintosh fanboy). Great game, but none of the sequels ever did much for me. Too complicated, and I never got the hang of properly micromanaging my cities to generate the right stuff for my empire. More recently I looked
I’ve loved every version of GTA from the first I played on the original Playstation (A game where the object is to steal cars and commit crime? No way!) I’ve said for years that I would buy a PS3 or Xbox360 based on which played GTA:IV best. I went PS3 in a close heat (I
Mark my words, this damn game is going to win Multiplayer Game of the Year from all sorts of places. The balance is well done, but they’re still tweaking (an update ago or so, the pyro’s damage got buffed up a bit, for example). My new rig with an ATI Radeon x1950 works swimmingly with
My new addiction. Just about every three years, a PC game comes around that forces me to upgrade my rig. Many, many moons ago it was Counter-Strike. I’d never gotten into Half Life (upon which CS is based), but somehow I got into Counter-Strike, and even ran a server for a couple of years that
If you’ve not seen this yet, you have to check it out. Awesome time waster from any machine that has Internet access. It’s not a game per se, but a toy. Draw a line, hit play, and a little dude sleds down whatever lines you’ve drawn. Bump him too hard, and he gets knocked off.