Quake Arena Arcade brings the classic frag-fest to the Xbox 360. Developed by id and published by Bethesda, get it on with up to fifteen players between six game types, including classics like Death Match and Capture the Flag, and over 30 classic maps.
|6||Quake III Arena originally came out in 1999, which immediately makes me feel old just thinking about. It was one the original first-person shooter games I played online, and it helped me understand what exactly a frag was. It also helped me realise that every single kill should come with an enthusiastic announcer's voice. Situational weapon usage was also one of the game's more important features, as it made you think in a different way to previous games. For example, should I use the rocket launcher, shotgun, or can I get away with a gauntlet kill? These were the important questions of my (not too distant) youth, whose answers I would like to believe helped me become a better human being. So how has time, a decade after it's initial release, treated Quake Live? |
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