I have recently become the proud owner of a laptop (also transforms into tablet with touch screen) that boasts 2.2 ghz core duo processor, 2 GB ram, an NVIDIA 6150 video card, a DVD RW, biometrics (it checks my fingerprints instead of typing ANY password), and OH, by the way, the duo processor is supposed to run about on par with a 3.5 ghz pentium 4.
*Hey, it’s for Law School. That should legitimize owning such an awesome piece of hardware… right?*
Let me tell you guys I have never-ever owned a computer that was top of the line. I always waited for the next generation stuff to come out before I would buy. For example, I bought the pentium 200 processor when the 200 MMX came out. You save a lot of money that way.
Here’s the trouble: I have NO GAMES except for the shareware version of scrabble it comes with. Now don’t get me wrong; I can triple word score against Maven (the computer player) all day long. But is that really enough? I lay awake at night thinking about what graphic intensive multiplayer game to put on this thing to break it in. All of my games are locked up in storage, and I would have to buy brand new. Used software doesn’t seem to be big in South Carolina.
Now for the multiplayer part: Anybody in the village interested in getting their digital fanny handed to them? I’ll play coop too. You can even pick the game, but whatever you pick needs to be high on the awesome/enhanced graphic scale. I’m a counterstrike source fan, btw. I just downloaded America’s Army because it’s free, and they might have put me in it (I wish). That might be an option.
If you have my number, call me sometime.