Reviews and Problems with Enemy Territory: Quake Wars
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I Recommend the Demo First
T3RR0RH4WK , GameStop
28 October 2010
Summary: Simply because it's one of the seemingly fewer and fewer games that: A) released with a playable demo that is still up-and-running today, and B) is multi-platform. This game is available on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, XBOX 360, and PS3 and the computer versions are cross-platform compatible meaning Windows users can go against others playing on Linux or OS X. The demo gives you a level to play, either as the GDF or Strogg with objective- and teamwork-based game modes.
Summary: To start off, Enemy Territory: Quake Wars is a fine edition to the first person shooter family. The graphics are great, and the AI is good. Not many bugs that were fixed by the first patch, and the story is decent to get you hooked in. The length, however, stopped me. The game seems to last forever, seeing as there is no save feature. You will get aggrivated from having to restart and re-earn your ranks and weapons every time you start the game up.
Summary: ....The reason for that is that my operating system is Windows 2000 pro and this game only works with XP or Vista! I should have done a little more research, yes? On the positive side, I have pasted the cover above my desk to tempt me to build another computer that runs XP. If the game looks as good as it's cover, it should be terrific!
A Complex Game NOT for those with No Attention Span!
20 December 2007
Conclusion: One reviewer gives the PC version one star and says it "turned into Quake 3 death match with vehicles", rubbish. Another ex-battlefield player claims it's 'glitchy', as a battlefield veteran myself I can tell you that compared with the battlefield series it's a bug free heaven. He also claims to have played the game twice ...
Conclusion: Having played this since it being released and paying nearly Â£30 then its still some of the best money I have spent...... The game takes the best elements from 2 games - Wolenstein Enemy Territory and Battlefield...... Enemy Territory had the and still has the fantastic close combat and team based element that missions cannot be completed without help from your team mates, then Battlefield that most people think is amazing but the gameplay is often let down to bad...
Conclusion: Well i know it would be silly to judge a game by a beta, but whatever i do i can't get myself to buy ET: Quake wars. I really did not get along with the beta and its put me off getting the full version even at such a great price. Decisions, decisions what should i do :P ?
Conclusion: A Excelent Sequel to the great Wolfenstein Enemy Territory. the only thing that this has to do with Qauke is the name and setting everything else is what Wolfenstein Enemy Territory was and should be. this is also a great team based FPS. what makes this game different from other team based games is that you can join or create a fireteam, this means that though the main objective is to capture a stronghold you may be in a team that is required to take out the enemy...