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Will you upgrade Windows Vista?


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That was back when the made FUN games instead of focusing on good graphics :-)
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Xwing and BLood had AMAZING gfx at the time especially xwing.
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Xwing and BLood had AMAZING gfx at the time especially xwing.


Yeah, that's true, but I think that most games these days emphasize graphics more than the fun factor though. Maybe that's why I'm not a gamer :whistling:
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im defenitly getting vista only if i get a better computer. :whistling:

Edited by daniel_c, 02 June 2006 - 03:33 AM.

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Dunno Half life 2 and FEAR both had revolutionary gfx and a good storyline and game play. Quake 4 had a crap story but was just fun to play. Ive played games with a great story and they sucked and some with amazing gfx and a rubbish stroy that were hugely fun.

Theres only so many ways to kill a zombie, sometimes a story ruins the effect.
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