SinanDira (AKA The Whole Family Uses My Account, Dira, Hari, Not SinanDira, Schfatsnatz...etc)
Jiddah, Makkah, Saudi Arabia
My name is Sinan. I'm an artist and a gamer. Hardcore FPS player, casual RTS, RPG and MMORPG player. Also play simulation.
System specs: Core 2 Quad Q8300 at 2.5 GHz ____ Radeon HD 5770 6 GB DDR2 ____________________ Windows 7 64-bit 1920x1080 21.5" display _________ Logitech Z506 5.1 speakers
Memorable games: Age of Empires II Battlefield 2 - My first BF. Battlefield 3 (multiplayer) Battlefield 3 (singleplayer) Battlefield: Bad Company 2 (multiplayer) Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (singleplayer) Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (multiplayer) - An all-time favorite. Cybermage: Darklight Awakening - My favorite pre-Quake FPS. Dark Messiah of Might and Magic (singleplayer) - An all-time favorite. Best melee combat/medieval fantasy combination. Day of Defeat Diablo II Diablo II: Lord of Destruction Doom II - My very first FPS. Dystopia (Source mod) Dungeon Keeper EVE Online - The best sandbox MMO I have played so far. FUEL Half-Life Half-Life 2 Half-Life 2: Episode Two Mount and Blade Natural Selection (Half-Life mod) Pirates, Vikings, & Knights (Half-Life mod) Portal Portal 2 Shattered Horizon Quake III Arena - An all-time favorite. Renegade Ops Star Control 3 Starcraft Team Fortress 2 Team Fortress Classic - My very first multiplayer FPS. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Warcraft II BNE (Tides of Darkness + Beyond the Dark Portal) - My very first RTS. Warcraft 3: Reign of Chaos Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne World in Conflict Zeno Clash
Walkthroughed Battlefield 3 Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Dark Messiah of Might and Magic Doom 3 Diablo II Diablo II: Lord of Destruction Half-Life Half-Life 2 Half-Life 2: Episode One Half-Life 2: Episode Two Half-Life 2: Lost Coast Portal Portal 2 Renegade Ops Zeno Clash
The FUEL Race Organization Club is a community-ran group dedicated to revive the dead multiplayer of the awesome game FUEL.
TFROC is a publicly open group, anyone can join the fun!
- Joining (single click) is not required to play, but to schedule events.
- Begin by clicking on the "Events" tab above, to check any scheduled events (AKA meetings or rides).
- If you don't find any, you are encouraged to create one by clicking on the "Schedule an event" button on the right.
- At the event's time, join the chat room, run your game, and then you are ready to rock n' roll!
- The place, destination and activities of an event are decided in the chat room.
- The chat room can by joined by the "Enter chat room" button on the right.
- All upcoming events are found in the "Events" tab.
If you have set your time zone correctly in your Steam Community account's settings, the date and time displayed for every event will always be correct.
A really nice game! If you like creepy worlds and creatures, decent stories, decent graphics, and close hand to hand combat, then you could enjoy this game!
The gameplay is kind of repetitive, but I could easily keep up with it with the patient mood I was in and especially because I was paying more attention to the mysterious story. It's relatively short. I finished it all in less than 6 hours.
The atmosphere is full of creepiness, mostly because of the creatures. But still, it's such a unique atmosphere, no contradiction. It could really be enjoyable, according to your taste.
The story is truely nice, above decent, and well connected. It kept me eager all the time for what's going to happen next. The characters also have drama (it could be bad or enjoyable according to you).
The artistic aspects are really good, especially for a game from a fan studio (ACE Team). The character and environmental designs are just good, and voice acting is not so special but still decent.
Love roaming in a huge world? Then this game was made for you.
I do love this game, Fuel, and for a reason, but it still has problems. It's best described as a great game with a great paid effort, but PC's version is a horribly done console port.
Fuel's racing mode is special by the environmental and vehicular variation it has. It has almost all the vehicle/road/environment/weather combinations that you can think of for a game. Even though, the physics are kinda dumb.
But the thing that is really really special about Fuel is its free roaming mode, in its huge world that has over 14k square km of land area. It features various environments including grassfields, forests, flats, deserts, snowy mountains, canyons and more. The day cycle and dynamic weather system deliver rain, snow and extreme storms in a constantly changing day time.
Fuel is really a beautiful game. But sadly, its horrible port resulted in big and annoying technical and usability flaws that remain unsolved.
Quake III Arena (1998) is a memorable classic in my opinion. Consider this game if you enjoy classics and fast paced FPS gameplay. Even though I think Quake Live is a clone of this which makes it pointless to pay for this.
Quake 3 Arena combines FPS gameplay with extreme speed of reflection and extreme-pace gameplay. As with old games, the game does not have much variation and no customization in comparison to today's games, but can still be a great fun.
The gameplay consists of players; humanoid shaped hitboxes that move at a very fast speed without penalties, with a weapon selection including a rocket launcher, a railgun (one-hit precision killer), a shotgun and a few machine guns. The game modes at least include DM, TDM and CTF, not sure about others.
The gameplay is just about maneuvering and shooting very quickly and precisely. When you die, you respawn right away and the insanely fast fun continues.