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Quake 4 - PC

Lord Karnage will describe this when he's good and ready!! All hail Lord Karnage, the Vectrex and his magic El Camino.
  • Release date: 2005
  • Genre: First Person Shooter
  • Developer: Id Software
  • Publisher: Activision
  • Rating: Mature 17+ (M)
  • Players: 1-Player
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Finally a sequel to Quake 2!

as a big fan of the prequel Quake 2, i expected a lot of this title and i was quite satisfied with it. But maybe this just was out of nostalgic reasons. I was lucky to get the first release in germany, the uncut version, which doestn had those plot flaws, but for my taste it was too easy. Nice graphics for its time and, as an id title, it just was something u was familiar with. But the biggest disapointment was the soundtrack in comparison to Quake 2, which is just one of the best ever!

A really fun modern shooter with classical elements


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