Reviews and Problems with Enemy Territory: Quake Wars
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Another good Quake game
17 March 2013
Summary: Since this one wasn't created by id software(the creators of Quake 1,2,and 3) it doesn't feature anything that is really ahead of its time. But this game does have fun multiplayer with cool weapons and vehicles.
Summary: New shrink wrapped Collectors Edition. Doesn't hold a candle to Black Ops 2 on a console but for Quake die hards it's a necessity. Don't try with an ATI card like I did at first. Start with NVidia 7600 or higher.
Summary: ET:QW is a great team based game. Even though it is a few years old, the gameplay mechanics are solid and is very fun. Teamwork is very important, and although it can be hard to find a well coordinated team, there are always competent bots at your disposal. I bought the game for $7 including shipping and am not disappointed. If you're looking for some quick fun and are currently bored of the current games I suggest that you pick this game up.
Summary: This is a superb game. It's just too bad Splash Damage and Activision totally abandoned the game. It's still playable, of course, but there aren't many players out there anymore. It only runs on Windows XP. I tried my best to get it to run on Vista 64-bit, but it would always crash. On XP 32-bit it runs perfectly. It's just too bad this game didn't take off, it really is good.
Summary: Played the demo, liked it, and then bought it for @$10. For $10 or so, it's a good buy, unless you're expecting tons of players or a perfect game. It's an old game, not a lot of players left, and it has its' faults, but there's still a lot of great fun to be had with it, and a lot of great ideas went into it. I've had tons of fun with it, and wish there were more players, but everyone who reads this review and buys a cheap copy can help out with that!
Summary: First, the game need to be updated and you need to download a 500+ Mb patch to play it (by now). This game is very well made and is NOT a simple war game. Is a team based game with objectives that really needs co-op play to enjoy it. You will NOT find a "Deathmatch" in here...if you are looking for it, you should try Modern Warfare, or Bad Company 2 for example. The game needs an online account to play (wich is obvious) but no stupid installation limits!
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: Para la gente que gusta de los juegos del espacio, de alienigenas super avanzadas y de militares humanos del futuro lejano. Es un juego donde se tiene que aprender los objetivos, no se trata de disparar y preguntar luego. Aparte de los vehiculos que se pueden usar para aumentar el poder de ataque, que van desde motos hasta helicopteros. Juego recomendado para las personas que no tienen máquinas tan poderosas.
Summary: Not at all what I was hoping for. I'm big on single player, first person shooters that follow a deep story line like Quake did. This is all mission based with no save or game story progress to follow. It's basically like playing an online multi-player game by yourself. Aside from the fact that this ruins it for me, those who like this kind of game are in for a treat.