Not to get too technical, but I believe the majority of PC games are
third-person shooters rather than first-person shooters. At least a
lot of the PC games I own are. The difference is in a third-person
action/adventure like Tomb Raider you can actually see the main
character like Lara Croft on the screen. In first-person shooters you
can't actually see the main character and there is just an arm out
there with a gun, sword, or something which kind of looks funky to me.
Anyway that is the ssential difference between first-person and
third-person style games.


On 2/12/11, Clement Chou <chou.clem...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Most pc games these days are first-person shooters.. and Tom, I don't
> know if that's true since I've seen some pretty big names on the pc
> these days. Starcraft, Call of Duty and left 4 dead just to name a
> few. But I don't think we're going to find many accessible games on
> the pc. lol. Sad truth of it, I'm afraid... as you're right, the
> majority of the games are for consoles.. and the pc games nowadays
> are more often than not just ports.

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