1. Dragon Nest (Browser game)
2. San Andreas Multiplayer (Windows - online game)
3. Need for Speed: Underground (Windows game)
4. Crazy Shooters Online (Windows - online game)
5. Counter Strike: Condition Zero (Windows - online game)
Now updated (and I don't want to include multi player games in my list this time because I can't play them via my 100kbps internet now, and ping test show 1000ms):
Far Cry 3 (Windows - Uplay) - The best game so far Finished main missions, now liberating remaining outposts and completing side missions
Grand Theft Auto San Andreas (Windows) - Finished all missions but replay with debugging, making custom layout now, I want AKB in GTA
Dishonored (Windows) - Not complete yet
Sleeping Dogs (Windows) - Not complete yet
Assassin's Creed (whole series)
Planning to download:
1. Grand Theft Auto IV (Windows)
2. Grand Theft Auto V (Windows) - wait for it to release
3. Far Cry 4 (Windows - Uplay)
Grand Theft Auto (Windows NT re-release)
Grand Theft Auto II (Windows NT re-release)
Grand Theft Auto III (Windows)
Grand Theft Auto Vice City (Windows)
Note that I'm playing on Windows 8.1 now (and the earlier list written on 16 Mar 2014 were games played on Windows 7), there has been several issues regarding incompatibility but I can't downgrade to earlier Windows because some of programs I used can't run on earlier Windows, it needs Windows 8 and above.
For technical geeks:
Operating System: Windows 8.1 Single Language 64-bit (Windows NT 6.3, build 9600)
Language: English, Regional setting: English
Language for Non-unicode programs: Japanese (Japan, Shift JIS)
Graphic 1: Intel HD Graphic 10.18.10.3621 (1792 MB)
Graphic 2: NVIDIA GEFORCE 820M (dedicated 2GB VRAM)
Processor: Intel Core i5-4210U 1.7GHz (Turbo boost up to 2.7GHz)
DirectX: DirectX v11
Memory: 4 GB DDR3 L Memory
Hard disk: WDC WD10JPVX-22JC3T0 (Western Digital?) 1000GB (free space: 200GB)
DVD: MATSHITA DVD-RAM UJ8E2Q (M-DISC Ready, player hardware region code 0, system software region code 2, I'm living in region code 3 country)
Currently playing: Currently not playing any games due to real life commitment, and due to lagging caused by insufficient RAM and hard disk space.
My 2 cents about certain sites like jps, I am a total consumer, I live in the US so how could they expect me to upload something to JPS that hasn't been uploaded already? I seed everything I download but if everyone else has download then the need to seed has diminished therefore ratio is way below what they expect. Seems like their policies have not kept up with the real world. I just feel like they have this attitude that only a small circle of folks are allowed to be in their share world. (can you guys tell I've been restricted?)
If you are actually seeding then I might be able to help you by downloading your file and kicking other seeders from giving me the file, but it turns out that you're not seeding at the moment (at least that's what I saw on your JPS profile).
Hey I was able to register at Avistaz too. I got VIP status by donating so if ever anyone needs an invite PM me.
Instant VIP status by donating? Wow, I didn't realize that...
Edit: never mind, the donation is too expensive for me...
USD$10 for 1 month VIP roughly equals RM40 which is even higher than my monthly payment for seedbox
(I pay RM30 for 220GB storage / 100Mbps speed / unmetered bandwidth seedbox lol) kinda funny that English wrote "Malaysian Ringgit" where it is called "Ringgit Malaysia" in Malay and hence "RM" is being used in Malaysia, they love to write everything backwards, eh??
Edit#2: Just found out my seedbox provider has upgraded to 1Gbps network lol, no wonder I can get 30MB/s (240Mbps) download earlier in my torrent client... Don't worry as I'll continue to seed in my seedbox with that gigantic connection...
I'll still suffering when copying (downloading) the file from the seedbox into my laptop, as I only have 1Mbps internet at here, only my seedbox is having 1Gbps not me...