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. I'm glad I bought the best kind of PS3 (slims and new fat's suuuuuuck), a HW BC capable one, because now I can enjoy allllll of the beautiful FPS classics that released on the PS2, new games now-a-days don't fill that gaming emptiness that they used to, maybe it...
Summary: I don't see why so many people hate this game. In my opinion there seems to be alot of biased reviewers. The game is fast, bloody, and kicks a**. First person shooters are not usually my favorite thing but I bought this one and I love it. The story gets kind of old after a while and the weapons get boring but tats only during single player. The real fun started during multiplay with some friends.
Summary: Great game..but LONG load times. But the gameplay is perfect. This is better than the PC version. 60fps, no jaggies, no pop-up. Just fast, bloody gameplay. I think this game has the best graphics from the games I have played. I HIGHLY recommend this game.
Summary: The PC game that started a phenomenon is back again in its latest incarnation, and it's finally making its way to the PS2. Quake III Revolution will include more improvements on id Software's acclaimed first-person shooter than any other version, with new maps, enhanced player models and environments, and brand-new play modes. We had the chance to sit down with a near-final version of the game to see just what UK-based developer Bullfrog is doing with the series.
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. The advance control setting is the easiest to learn you can pick it up in less than 10 minutes.
Why I Can't Stop Pausing The Game & Learned To Love The Bomb
Nancy C. Mueller, Amazon
16 March 2001
Summary: Well, First off, i can't say it enough, ID has made quality games for the last 10 years, perhaps not in the single player facet (i.e. QuakeII), but in multiplayer, they would be king. King not only in gameplay, but in visuals, sound, concept, and, of course, fun factor. The orginal Q3A has won several awards, one of which for its revolutioniary 3D-engine, and rightfully so. I have had a tremendous time playing Q3A on my Dreamcast.
Summary: It's quake 3 arena and it's better then the silky dreamcast version: more features, more levels, more weapons... MORE!!! It takes a little bit to load up but runs very well indeed, a great technical showing for the PS2. Great with any number of players. You're best bet is to adjust the control system to dual analog and increase the look/turn speed for the best control possible.
Excerpt: "...- http://www.ps2-central.co.uk] If you liked the Quake series, then you'll be surprised about this game. This game is absolutely brilliant and it has to be in your PS2 collection now!! I apologize for the lack of screenshots for this game but the screenshots you have in this review shows how great the game is. The graphics are absolutely realistic (like 007 Nightfire). You see lava moving, a dragon tail moving up and down and much more. The ...
Pros: Excellent graphics, loads of characters to choose from, great levels, multii - player (up to 4 players)
Excerpt: "...now, with games such as Quake III: Revolution, people are starting to notice them. I for one am starting to notice them, also having owned TimeSplitters and 007 Agent Under Fire, and I’m also starting to see their quality. With the consoles now almost in full swing, developers are now able to see what they are capable of, and are in the position where perfect translations of PC to console games should be standard. So, does Quake III: Revolution- ...