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Awesome suggestions guys! Do any of you know what would be involved in setting up two computers to play together? Does it have to be a hardwire network?
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Use Hamachi. Google is your friend.
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magicka is fun as hell for a coop game.
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Awesome suggestions guys! Do any of you know what would be involved in setting up two computers to play together? Does it have to be a hardwire network?
Are you playing long-distance, or are the computers going to be in the same house?
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Are you playing long-distance, or are the computers going to be in the same house?
They are about 6 feet from each other

So, in the same house.
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Well, if you have a router, hook them both up to that, and they should be able to see each other to play games together.
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Well, if you have a router, hook them both up to that, and they should be able to see each other to play games together.
I cant have the router where my PCs are, so it's all wireless. The Hamachi seems to be an interesting piece of software to mitigate some of the issue I might potentially have. Saves having to buy a power-line adapter kit...
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Guild Wars, you can play cooperatively, you don't need to be networked together, but you would each need a copy of the game.
    
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I cant have the router where my PCs are, so it's all wireless. The Hamachi seems to be an interesting piece of software to mitigate some of the issue I might potentially have. Saves having to buy a power-line adapter kit...
you don't have to buy anything, just like you said it there. You can use the wireless lan to play if the gamesupports it, or you can use hamachi in case the game needs an internet connection, like MW2
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Borderlands is pretty fun. Nice long game, big monsters, LOOT, some RPG aspects, LOOT, and some nice LOOT!

I think it's fairly cheap for the GOY edition with all the DLC's.
This times infinity.

Also diablo II/LoD that was mentioned earlier is great.. and League of Legends.
    
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