Reviews and Problems with Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars
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V/A- 10 G- 7
Matthew Graham, Amazon
10 September 2013
Summary: Visually: This game is gorgeous. Gameplay: Controller response is amazing. Campaign is like playing online. Too much like it actually. The bots jump around and camp like any pain online opponent. I'm surprised the bots don't t-bag.
Summary: so yeah when this game first came out it was pretty cool but now that there's so much better stuff out there, this game is just totally outdated. graphics are bad, the gameplay is seriously lacking and the online basically doesn't exist since there's no one to play with. spent like $6 on this game and it isn't even worth 1.
I Don't Know What Stroyent Is, But I'll Die Before I Let You Have Any
18 December 2012
Summary: I bought a used copy of "Enemy Territory: Quake Wars" for less than the cost of shipping and handling. I can't pretend that this didn't go far in excusing the weaknesses of the title, but let's pretend I was hyped out of my mind for its release and pre-ordered it because I just couldn't wait to pay full price for a low-bar FPS. Disclaimer: I have not played any of the other Quake titles. However, I got the sense that this really didn't matter at all.
Summary: This game is meant to be played on multiplayer. That being said, there seems to be no one playing this game online. However, the campaign in single player will keep you busy for a while, and the ability to commandeer friendly vehicles is nice. If you just want to blast away at Strogg, or are a die hard Quake fan, get this game.
Summary: After playing this I found an insight into what the gameplay might be like for Brink. Quake Wars was developed by Splash Damage, the creators of the new FPS releasing this year, BRINK. This is an amazing game for it's time, and still is. The team based objective gameplay is what hits the most, it's a relaxing and fun getaway from your standard shoot em' up games like Call of Duty.
Summary: First, the flaws: No story. No cut-scenes, just an intro video. On-line network implementation can sometimes be glitchy if you are playing with lots of people. It is *fundamentally a multi-player game*. The "campaigns" are each just three battles against bots, carrying over some earned goodies from one battle to the next. The main problem with the game is that it is made for network play, but internet play isn't always glitch free. What's good: It supports system-link.
Summary: This game has some weak graphics, but they are compensated by a great gameplay. A very fast action, based on missions with limited time to be completed with huge battles where all players are involved in even bigger maps and 5 different classes to choose from. This game drags you in even without any interesting story in the single mode.