LAN Parties!

Discussion in 'Community Gatherings' started by El Xando, Aug 26, 2011.

  1. El Xando

    El Xando "Dam whippersnapper"

    Post anything related to LAN parties here :)

    Some mates from school and I had a 4 day LAN at one of our houses recently. A few people popped in and out, 8 people being the most we had at once of 9 total. We ended up mostly playing TF2, but also played SC2, LoL, TM and L4D2.

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  2. Bran

    Bran Yell

    Holy fucking white nerd kids.

    I hate lan parties. I never enjoyed any of the ones I attended in college, and the lans my 30+ friends throw are good, but awkward when I'd hit on their wives.
     
  3. I have room full of LAN pc's all my friends just come over and sit on all 6 of them :biggrin: We play TF2, GTA IV, COD 4, WaW, alterIWNet MW2, and soon BO.
     
  4. Adiuvo

    Adiuvo Staff Member

    I only know one other guy with a gaming-capable PC, and I built the thing for him.

    Needless to say I've never been to a LAN party, though I'd imagine there's something to do in San Francisco.
     
  5. FrozenIpaq

    FrozenIpaq Justin B / Supp. Editor Staff Member Enforcer Team

    Used to have small gaming sessions with my friends several years back playing DotA and we would set up shop at each others houses - although most had laptops so it was relatively easy to move around. Online communication (TeamSpeak, Xbox Live) have taken a bit away from the LAN experience and advantages but I would still prefer a LAN setting over an online setting
     
  6. El Diablo

    El Diablo Member

    Is that a sexy m11x I see!?
     
  7. El Xando

    El Xando "Dam whippersnapper"

    Indeed it is.
     
  8. group

    group New Member

    Used to have small gaming sessions with my friends several years back playing DotA and we would set up shop at each others houses - although most had laptops so it was relatively easy to move around. Online communication (TeamSpeak, Xbox Live) have taken a bit away from the LAN experience and advantages but I would still prefer a LAN setting over an online setting..???
     

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