Wow, gaming memories. Where to start??
How about a game of Total Annihilation from long ago...
It was an island map...high rocky peaks with nothing but clouds between them...so there was nothing but air battles in between. Most everyone focused on plane construction and anti-air stuctures. I was able to sneak 9 Goliath heavy tanks via transport planes onto an unprotected corner of an enemy's island; all he had was air defense so I wiped him out in short order. Just before his last structures were destroyed, he typed, "Goliaths?!? That is just diabolical!"
Let's see...other moments. Though I can't say I have ever been 4-1 in CS or CS:S, I do remember specific rounds from the action over the years; taking down a whole team yourself, killing awpers with the scout (a personal goal I have in every game), killing 2 guys with a single scout shot, multiple nade kills, ect ect.
I never tire of the strange and wacky antics provided by the physics engine of Source...
Good memories of Red Alert 2...always was fun when 3 or 4 players would be fully built up with all the resources used...waiting to see who would strike first, knowing that who ever did would probably be damaged too much to win the game.
Half-Life 1 DM...one word: crowbar!
UT, on low grav maps, such as Morpheus...nothing more fun than forcing other players to keep out of the open and hidden under the towers...
How about co-op mode in Serious Sam…at a 25 person lan!
And of course, who could forget hours and hours spent flying a Tie Interceptor on Xwing vs Tie fighter?
Edited by locally pwned, 27 April 2006 - 11:50 PM.
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