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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (Xbox 360)

Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (Xbox 360)
alaScore 80

56 reviews

Aug, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 56 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the action. The multi player mode also gets good reviews. Many are less positive about the value for money. Views about the controls and single player gameplay are mixed.

story, multi player, action

value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 56 reviews)

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (Xbox 360)

 

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

 

It will look pretty damn awesome running through just about any display too. One main gripe the consumers had with Quake 4 on the 360 was that, while it essentially looked lovely as a day one launch title, it was soon (like, on the same day) outdated...

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (360)

 

Team-based shooting with a sci-fi twist.

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Review

 

The core of the game shows up on the console but there's more than a few things lost in the translation.

Players who are looking for an online shooter will have fun with the game and even though the single player campaign is a short lived experience and the bots you play against and with aren't exactly the brightest bulbs in the box, it does provide a...

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars

 

Although I didn't review the PC version of Quake Wars (check out Sean's review here - and my review of the PS3 version here) I spent a huge amount of time with the beta and tracked the game since it was announced. When I heard that Activision was...

A solid port that improves upon the PS3 version of the game but still falls short of the PC version and other games like it in the market.

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Review

 

Xbox 360 has what feels like an inordinate number of First Person Shooters, so each time one gets released it must do quite a bit to deserve gamers' attention. Enemy Territory: Quake Wars is the next in a long string of FPS titles for the 360...

Sonically and visually, the game is passable. The voice work that is here gets rather annoying, due to how often you will hear the same phrases used. The levels themselves all look rather dull and lifeless. You have to wonder why the aliens that can...

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Review

 

Without id Software at the helm, the Quake franchise continues to deteriorate.

Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Xbox 360 Game Guide

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars

 

Set in the Quake universe, id's EnemyTerritory: Quake Wars was to act as a sequel to previous Quake games, (Quake II for example) and features Mankind's first encounter with the Strogg. Taking a tangent from the usual FPS format, this instalment is...

Despite all of its flaws, it’s quite possible to just look past it all and simply enjoy it for what it is. Or just get the PC version. The basic elements are there and whilst it’s probably better to pick it up cheap or second hand, if you’re a fan of...

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Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars - Xbox 360 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars is the award-winning spiritual successor to the free and incredibly fun FPS Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, a game notorious for its incredibly strong fanbase. Instead of taking place in the World War II era of Wolfenstein,...

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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Game Review - Xbox 360

 

Battlefield 2: Modern..

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