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Ultimate Quake (PC)

Ultimate Quake (PC)
alaScore 71

11 reviews

Sep, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 11 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the gameplay. The graphics is also appreciated.

multi player, graphics, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Ultimate Quake (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 71/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 11 reviews)

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Ultimate Quake (PC)

 

Quick Specs - ESRB: Mature - Developer: Activision - Genre: Action. Price: $46.95 from 1 store.

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Not only Quake, but the ULTIMATE Quake

 

Ok, so really there's not enough in this set to warrant calling it the "ultimate" anything. Quake was always a game I wanted, because it was one that I never got to play when it first came out. Even as the wave of newer and more impressive first person...

Three great games in one set, only twenty bucks

Two of which are horribly dated

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PC Software - Games/First Person Shooter - "Quake II"

 

Relesed in Winter of 97, (Christmas time! :) ) Quake II was the follow up to one of the most popular games ever, the original Quake.

Great plot, some stunning sounds and nice graphics

Too long... Limited enemies

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Do violent video games desensitized kids?

 

The reason I bought QuakeII was because my friend let me play it on his computer and I thought it was the best game ever. After playing the game I realized that there was a lot of blood and gore. Since we were playing with a voodoo 3 it looked real....

The game is cool and fine

You have to be able to tell the difference between real and fake

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To Quake or not to Quake?

 

Quake II, even after Quake III, is still very popular. So popular that is it very hard to find someone that doesn't enjoy this game. ID Software knows how to make games and even Quake I, the very first of its kind is still being played by hundreds of...

Looks awesome with a 3D Video Card

Not so great in "Software" video mode

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An Earthquake of fun

 

Most of the Quake II hype has been about the graphics. Go figure. The graphics are more complex than GLQuake, but I wouldn't call them hands down "better." Once you start looking at games using 3D accelerators, graphic "quality" is not really an issue...

Gameplay is addictive

Not long-lasting

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Quake is great!

 

After buying quake 3, and playing it for awhile, I was forced to return back to quake 2. This game for me has been much more fun to play than any other death match game on the market. Ive played just about all of them, and quake 2 is by far my favorite.

Awesome

Multiplayer

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A Golden Oldie? Nope, just Golden

 

Quake II is still today an extremely popular game today. The graphics give it the "Quake" look that's just undefinable. Sound is excellent especially hearing the Railgun going striaght through you opponent and hearing his agony at the same time, or...

Everything to the kitchen sink

Patches

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This IS the best of the 3

 

Quake 2 is definitly the best out of the 3 quakes. I like the graphics better then Quake 3, don't ask me why. And I LOVE the overall way of playing. The best is getting on with a bunch of friends on a fast server that is the real fun. You run around...

Great Graphics

Bad sound

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A standard in PC multiplaying!

 

Ride anyone's rocket lately?

Multiplayer, Weapons, Configurable

Connection interface, Not for Kids

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