I couldn't stop laughing at this


#1

http://imgur.com/gallery/CJd74IT


#2

I have attended many a lan with my 17in CRT where I’m a bit surprised this never happened. Comfortable, no doubt, but hot as hell I’d imagine.


#3

Wow, the “old days” for me.

Long story short, there were 4 of us that were wow’ers in the same house. One rainy weekend we setup all 4 of us in the same room. Myself as a Hunter, and one of my friends was a Mage, so we sat in the back, where we could see the screens of our melee bretheren up front. (Rogue and melee Shaman)

People got severely rekt that weekend in pvp.


#4

Was there a bucket?


#5


#6

That’s a classic picture, I imagine kids growing up now a days won’t know what a LAN party is.


#7

Brings back good memories of high school. Every Friday after school we had a group of about 10 to 20 people gather in the computer lab and we’d game until about 8:00 PM. Every week we would have two different games going my favorite was always Warcraft 3 and Halo. We ended up playing a lot of Diablo 2 and Team Fortress 2 as well.


#8

You haven’t done a true LAN party if you haven’t played Duke Nukem…


#9

FTFY :wink:


#10

I’m so old I remember having LAN parties for DOOM 2, Rise of the Triad, Quake 1 (pre-Quakeworld), Original command and conquer, and Original Warcraft back in the early 90’s.


#11

All these stories of gaming together in different generations, different games, different technology but the fundamental is still the same, getting together and bonding over a shared love for video games. Kind of poetic.


#12

Its that, and when you get all that bottled passion for games over the many years in place…watch out.