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Quake 3 is The Grandfather of todays popular Shooters, all your Halos, Call of Dutys and Counter Strikes would never have happened if Quake 3 was never made, and on top of all that gaming signifigance the game is totally awesome!The Gameplay in Quake 3 is A Shooter at its Purest it features 9 Unique and Perfectly Balanced Weapons as well as 4 Game Modes that have become standard in Todays Shooters, the game is very fasted pace and requires a lot of Shooter 'Twitch'.The Game Features a Huge Varie...
(Author's Note: Yes, I was a UT fanboy at the time I wrote this. I still stand by the sentiment, if not the expression.)There was a time when id Software was famous for making innovative and awesome games. Remember Wolfenstein 3D, the granddaddy of the FPS? And Doom, the one that put the genre on the map, and gave us DeathMatch? And Quake, the one that brought us true 3D? Those days are gone, my friends. Now, id is an engine developer, occasionally creating an empty shell of a game to promote s...
Quake III Arena is like another Doom but 6 years later. Not in terms of gameplay but in terms of importance to the gaming industry. Quake III Arena is the ultimate multiplayer shooter experience and as far as I am concerned the ultimate multiplayer experience overall. For starters it sported the new Quake III engine that became industry standard for countless games. It was first to intruduce curved surfaces and new levels of dynamic lightning and organic surfaces. The soundtrack was mindblowing ...
Anyone who remembers Quake 3 Arena back when it was released in 1999 knew it for one particular reason: multiplayer. Quake 3 thrived on the network based capabilities of computers of the time and anyone familiar with the Sega Dreamcast would've told you that the ability to play anyone in the world on Quake 3 played a large part to its success. So it is a wonder how Bullfrog were able to maintain a quantitative level of Quake 3 Arena's enjoyment with its semi-remake in the form of Quake 3 ...
Back when the Dreamcast was on every gamer's radar, online gaming was still a relatively new thing. Sure, plenty of PC games had featured deep online experiences, but consoles were just beginning to enter cyberspace. The Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis had previously flirted with online gameplay, but barely anyone knew about it--even if they could afford the service. Well, in the year 2000, the Dreamcast finally brought online gaming to the masses, and titles like Quake III Arena helped pu...
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