Excerpt: There was a time, when the working day was done, I already knew what my plans for the evening would involve; there would be a desperate foot-race to reach either of the two Dreamcasts my little social circle owned, because, after a hard day of working for The Man, there was nothing more relaxing...
Excerpt: I'm pretty much in agreement with Mike on this one. Quake III Arena is fast, violent and addictive—so much so that I found myself glued to the game without a care in the world for what I was doing, where I was or how I got there.
Excerpt: After hours upon hours of indulging myself in the chaotic and unceasingly violent world that is Quake III Arena, I have come to one categorical conclusion: this game is seriously gross—maybe even downright nasty.
Dreamcast Q3A-Fragging Heaven for High Ping Victim
26 December 2000
Excerpt: 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.
Excerpt: If Nintendo's Perfect Dark is a gentleman's game, and may the best man win, then Quake III Arena screams, "I'm gonna mess you up — bad." This Sega Dreamcast game is published by Sega and offers console gamers a taste of what PC users have been enjoying for years — namely, online play.