[brlug-general] High bandwidth venues in Baton Rouge
andrewmb at gmail.com
Fri Feb 18 14:05:40 CST 2005
> Surely a subjective opinion. Q3A was fun for a while
> but CS still holds my interest after 7 years. The mod
> community around CS is still going strong compared to
I don't have any arguments with CS being more "alive". My initial
problem with it was threefold:
1) Game was too slow-paced
2) You die, you're out until the round ends
3) the sheer amount of cheaters initially that seemed to pervade the community
I find Quake 3 OSP CTF to provide all of the teamplay I need along
with the fast arcade-style action and instant respawning I love. I've
loved that mod for around 5 years now, but haven't really played it
since I got married in 2002. Not to mention it has run on Linux since
2002 as well :)
> To answer Blake's original question: I don't know of
> any besides those already mentioned. A group of people
> I work with get together twice a year and rent a small
> meeting room at a local hotel and do LAN gaming. Comes
> out to about $10-$20 per person depending on the
> number of participants.
> Why specifically are you interested in high bandwidth
> in a public space? Clan gaming? Are there any local
> hotels with meeting rooms for rent that have WIFI?
> I might leave my cave for some LAN gaming with fellow
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