I love Operation Flashpoint and OFP: Resistance. They are always the first games I install after a format, and the ones I first go to when opening Gamespy. I love them. They just refuse to get old, like some games.
the origanl Team Fortress and then the HL version Team fortress classic I still play all the time. Kinda waiting for TFC2 to come out in november even though they have delayed the release for almost two years now
You know, I love the concept of Tribes, but when I bought it back in the day, I think my system was too weak, so I never got into it. It ran like a dog. I probably would've liked it if my system was up-to-snuff.
I like BF1942 also, but it bugs me that it takes my system three or four minutes to cycle between levels. I mean, it REALLY bugs me to the point where I can't play it very long. I even have 512 megs of RAM, but I think the problem is my hard-drive is just too full, and BF1942 is on the outer edge of the disk. I dunno, it plays fine once the level loads, but waiting for the level to load is a biatch.
<font color=green>The Netherlands is where you go when you're too good for heaven.</font color=green> :tongue:
Anyone ever play Day of Defeat. This was before Beta3 when they slowed everything down. I used to play that game for hours on end. I forgot to mention it but I loved it more than BF1942, MOH, and RTCW. And it was freeware.