Wolfenstein is back with new sci-fi weapons as well as your old favorites. While the last title was more of a reboot, the new Wolfenstein is a true sequel to the classic original.
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars does one thing (multiplayer battles) but does it so well that almost any shooter with any skill set will quickly find a home.
The Resurrection of Evil expansion pack adds a bit to Doom 3, but your enjoyment will depend on how much you dug the original.
DOOM 3 moves over to the Xbox, and our reviewer finds a much better multiplayer experience than on the PC.
DOOM 3 took four years to make, and from the beautiful graphics to the slick shooter design, it’s easy to declare the wait was worth it.
As a veteran of Quake 3 Arena on the PC, the term "Low Ping Bastard" comes greatly into play. LPBs, as they are commonly known, have the luxury of playing games such as Quake 3 behind the safety of a T1 line, meaning that they can easily pick off sorry 56K modem users without any trouble whatsoever. LPBs claim that it’s their skills that win, and not their connection. That is obviously not the case. Take a look at all the killboards on any server. No matter whether the server is based in Washington, DC, or in San Francisco, CA, … Continue reading Dreamcast Q3A-Fragging Heaven for High Ping Victim
Let me start this review of Quake 3: Arena by saying that comparing this game with Unreal Tournament is inevitable. They are both superior in their own ways. Both involve hard-core deathmatches set on a grand scale, but where UT specializes in both single play and multiplay with all new tweaks, Quake 3: Arena (Q3A) sticks with the classic deathmatch engine, and in essence, this is not a bad idea. Now we know that the Quake series has never been well known for plot, and Q3A is no exception. The manual does explain about an alien race called the Vadrigar … Continue reading Quake 3: Arena is multiplayer mayhem