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7.9* out of 10

Enemy Territory QUAKE Wars

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Overall 6
6.0

Damn good multiplayer, BUT WHERE IS MY SINGLE PLAYER?

Mr. Daniel J. Roebuck "Roadbloc HD", amazon.co.uk
10 August 2009
  • Summary: I've got to admit, the multiplayer is mind-blowing. Anything is possible, and the amount of options and missions that can be done is increadable. But after a while, a multiplayer get's boring. As good as it is, i certainly don't find it addictive, only fun. This game is missing a singleplayer and it is a disappointment, because I've played the Quake series since the first one came out.
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Overall 10
10

Quake Wars great on a Mac

Shamino74656, amazon.co.uk
17 May 2009
  • Summary: Quake Wars for the Mac is a great Multiplayer Game with much space for Tactic Combat. I'am running it on my Intel 24 Imac 2.66 GHZ 4 Gig ram and the Nvidia GeForce 9400 on 1024x768 with all Details on and it runs totally smooth. You can play it on the Internet with and against other Human players or with Bots, Computer Controlled Players.
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Overall 2
2.0

INTEL ONLY!!!

C. Nash, amazon.co.uk
5 February 2009
  • Summary: It wasn't really that clear from the description that this is an intel mac only game, so can only play it on my macbook (which needs to be updated to Leopard first) and not my desktop as intended. Haven't had a chance to play the game as yet, thus the low rating - better information please Amazon...!
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Overall 10
10

The Thief of Time

Amazon Customer, amazon.co.uk
3 June 2008
  • Summary: After hammering the Mac version of Battlefield 2142 since last Christmas, I thought a change of scenery was in order. If you're a FPS fan, then ETQW does not disappoint. Some reviewers of the PC version have commented that ETQW is difficult and takes a week to get to grips with - it doesn't. However I recommend a few hours of familiarisation in the vs Computer mode.
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