Summary: Quake 4 is awesome! It does work with Windows 7 - just has to be installed under administrator - plenty of forums on how to do that if you're not exactly sure on how - I even installed Quake 2 in the past on Windows 7 the same way with no issues with game functioning. Wonderful seller. Very helpful! CD 1 had a slight crack and was replaced very quickly to ensure plenty more years of playing :).
Summary: This game, while it tries really hard to recapture the essence of Quake it does little except present itself as a remake of Quake 2 while ignoring the other Quake titles, which feel more original and entertaining. Gone are the mixtures of medieval horror and cybernetic terror and instead we basically are left with a grittier version of Star Trek's Borg Wars. The game is still fun, but in all honesty, in spite of better graphics, I would still rather play the first Quake.
Summary: if you're tired of seeing the undead or demoness creatures that look like the undead in a first-person shooter quake four is a good game with a decent and fun romp and shoot them up without being overly silly
Summary: Quake 4 was released to the public in 2005. So WHY am I writing a review of this now? Because I finally have a system that is capable of displaying and running the game at its very highest quality setting. "Ultra Quality". If you have not played Quake 4 on the ultra quality setting with all of the advanced features turned on, then you have not played Quake 4. Really, with all of the advanced visual features activated , it's like playing a different game.
I certainly knew what to expect from Quake 4, having Doom 3 in mind, and it did all that very predictable-like
16 April 2013
Excerpt: Quake 4 is simple to review: it's a game that takes Doom 3 essence, corrects some of it's errors, improves graphics and gameplay a little bit, but on the other side looses all that atmosphere, that made Doom 3 more than just a regular shooter..