Team Fortress 2 and Borderlands 2. I used to play Halo and Modern Warfare a long time ago but it has been a while.
If you're referring to web-browser games, I play a lot of the stoff at Kongregate.com. They're partnered with GameStop and always have tons of content. Plus, if you have a PowerUp card from GameStop you can link it to your account and earn points on it for completing a daily game challenge. They have games ranging from shooter to tower defense to mystery, and even a couple MMOs.
If you mean full games connected to the internet, I play Guild Wars 2, Minecraft, Call of Duty, and Borderlands 2. I used to play WoW and a few others, but they all fell to the side as I got bored, leaving me with a core set of games that I enjoy indefinitely.
I like counter-strike, but ive spent the most time playing Starcraft 2. Im terrible at it, but its still lots of fun.
I usually set up a team of people on skype and then play games such as Blacklight Retribution, Borderlands 2 and Battlefield 3.
Cool, I didn't know we can join other players on Skype. Online gaming is so advanced now.
No, what I meant was, that I'll be speaking to the other players through skype. Not actually joining their game through it.
I enjoy playing Scrabble. I play two versions, one via email and also live. I can play with my family who are in the States and in Europe.
Frankly don't play any games on line as with a full time job and spare time for golf and writing, playing online games is just not possible
Used to play World of Warcraft but I quit recently, I only play flash games now
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