Quake III: Arena (1999)

Video Game  |  Action, Sci-Fi  |  2 December 1999 (USA)
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An arena where robots go to kill each other.

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An arena where robots go to kill each other.

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The BFG is looked very different compared to Quake 2. In Quake 2, the BFG has a big design, need two hands to carry. While in Quake 3, the BFG is rather small, and fires full auto. See more »

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UT is not better.
22 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Yes UT may have some eye candy, some voice taunts and some loudness and all of us were pretty taken in at first, readily willing to declare that this game was better than Quake-3. But 10000 frags later, you start to realise the truth - that there is no deathmatch experience quite like Quake-III arena and along with CounterStrike, Quake-III is indeed the best multiplayer game in the world, till date.

The speed, fluidity and physics of Quake-III are simply unbeatable and UT simply cannot compare. The CTF experience is total insanity, especially on smaller maps. Id have gone all out and refined the game so well that the deathmatch physics are so nearly perfect.


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