Remember Quake III? It was one of the best deathmatch games ever made, and it was also one of the last of its kind. Now, Quake III has been reincarnated in Quake Live, an online browser-based version of the game. Does it still have what it takes to make fragging fun?
The Quake series should be a bit insulted with this PS3 treatment of the game. It’s mediocre in every possible way, and should be avoided.
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Quake III Arena takes the multiplayer model that was so well-received and admired by fans of the earlier Quake games and builds a whole new method of gaming.
Possibly the god of all First Person Shooters, the original Quake remains a tough act to follow.
Unreal Tournament not only lets players engage in head-to-head multiplayer combats, but also offers intense single-player tournament Deathmatches that adds to the excitement. Its innovative gameplay and intelligent AI bots spawned a new level in arena FPS games.
Quake was one of the original First-Person Shooters games for the PC and Quake III expanded on the game by having a well developed multi-player system that is still played among PC gamers today. It is a simple FPS with the goal of fragging as many opponents as possible.