Summary: This game is awesome! I haven't played it in soooo long, but the second you play it you'll be sucked back into the world of '99 when the FPS scene was evolving :) Many an hour was clocked into UT, Q3, CS, and HL.
Summary: I was originally going to get the Dreamcast version of Quake III Arena because of its keyboard and mouse support, but I'm glad I got this instead. The new "campaign" mode is little more than isolated matches with rudimentary stat-building, but the gameplay is still great.
Summary: This game is fun to play when you have some friends over. However it takes five to ten minutes to load and it loads after every screen. The gameplay is fun but there aren't alot of weapons and you run out of ammo pretty quick. The characters look pretty 2D.
Summary: Being a huge fan of FPS games, Quake III:Revolution was one of the reasons behind my decision to bite the bullet and buy the PS2. Prior to yesterday, I had been thoroughly enjoying both Timesplitters and Unreal:Tournament, but figured that they'd by resigned to the shelf once Quake III was released.
Summary: This game doesn't get five stars because of the LONG load times. Hardcore gamers won't find it revolutionary at all. But casual gamers(maybe those new to first person shooters) in search of gun toting mayhem need to check this out fast.
Summary: I think this game is great. It has great graphics, the gameplay is faster than Timesplitters, and their are more arenas around 30. The game also contains 12 high powered waepons and well over 30 characters to choose from. It has single player and team mmodes.
It's a first person shooter, what did you expected?
Chris Angelique, Amazon
11 July 2003
Summary: Quake has been known as being one of the best in the relm of first person shooters. For the most part I agree. It holds your attention, provides hours of decent gameplay, and keeps you coming back for more. However like many first person shooters of it's time it followed the typical sci-fi feel.
Summary: If you've played all the Quake you can get your hands on, including the mission packs, this is the only place left really. I've done half life, unreal and red faction in an attempt to dim my quake urges but nothing worked except Quake 3! All I can say is I NEED MORE QUAKE!
Summary: Ok lets be honest, Playstation has already bought out Dreamcast in their babyish attempt to get rid of competition. You're going to see Sonic the Hedgehog on PS2 soon. But one thing that itches me is that they butchered Quake 3.