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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (PS3)

Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (PS3)
alaScore 79

58 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 58 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the action. The story also gets good feedback, but some have doubts about the gameplay. Opinions are divided on the value for money.

multi player, story, action

gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 58 reviews)

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (PlayStation 3)

 

Although the objective-based action is still feverish in this console port of Quake Wars, the lack of any upgrades makes this multiplayer-only shooter feel slim and dated.

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars

 

At last, consoles get their very own version of last year's hit PC title. Enemy Territory charts the invasion of earth by the brutal Strogg, an army of aliens with a wee bit of a chip on their shoulder. So it's up to you—as either a human Global...

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Game Review - Playstation 3

 

You're looking for a game you could keep playing for the next couple of months, but don't want to get too involved in a storyline

You want to diversify your experience with shooters, but would rather shell out $8 than $60

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (PS3)

 

Quake Wars is easily one of the best team-based shooters you can play. It's a slick and carefully crafted experience with lots of variety for lots of different types of players, with bots good enough to make it a great single-player game, and online...

This review was based on a retail copy of the game provided by the publisher.

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Review

 

First-person shooter multiplayer fans love their battles massive and overwhelming and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars delivers it despite a few setbacks

First-person shooter multiplayer fans love their battles massive and overwhelming and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars delivers it despite a few setbacks. While the battles are exciting and fun, there are a few problems that make the game feel a tad...

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Review

 

Splash Damage brings the Strogg to Earth in this multiplayer precursor to the events of Quake II...

Class-specific objectives ; Solid team play ; Persistant online military ranks

Lack of a destructible environment ; Unforgiving experience at first ; Egotistical cries from Medics

Four years on, and Splash Damage have delivered a solid and engrossing insert to the Quake universe and a 2007 update to one of the most persistent multiplayer experiences since Counter-Strike. Be warned however, Quake Wars isn't the most accessible...

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Beta Performance

 

We got a hold of Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Beta and put it through the paces. Our guide takes a close look at every graphic option you can possibly set in the game, and we benched the performance of -9- video cards too.

High, Low, Normal -- No Difference?

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars

 

Space marines team up for squad-based shooter battle in this multiplayer-minded follow-up to id's well-received Quake 4. Designed and developed in the spirit of 2003's Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, Quake Wars allows teams of players to ta

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars

 

Seemingly, when the PS3 gets a cross-platform port of a PC title, as was the case with The Orange Box, it’s the inferior version. With Valve’s classic and this new squad-based FPS, the PS3 ports were handled by a third party, and although we have...

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