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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best mp fps ever
27 April 2011 | by (Q3DM13) – See all my reviews

Where should one begin when writing about Quake III Arena? There aren't enough superlatives in existence to do it justice. Simply put, this is the best multi-player first person shooter ever made. There isn't any story worth mentioning in single player mode, but lord, multi-player does the job more then great (more then fabulously) and impresses even after 10 years. Weapons, enemy models, stock and user created maps are just awesome. If you can get a copy, do so. You can still connect to servers and play. Community isn't as numerous as it was a decade ago, but they can frag :) Thank you, id software, for this gem of a fps.

Eternally grateful frager, id78


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