[Dec 20, 2005, 3:45 pm ET] - Share - Viewing Comments
A new "Quakemas" (wait until Bill O'Reilly hears this one!) map pack is now
available for Quake 4, Raven Software's recently released installment in the
science fiction shooter series.
, Gameguru Mania
Mesquite, TX – December 20, 2005 – Shaking up the holiday season
with a trio of aftershocks, id Software™, Raven Software and Activision, Inc.
(Nasdaq: ATVI) have released the Quakemas Map Pack - three new downloadable maps
for QUAKE 4™ on the PC. The maps—Railed, Tremors, and Campground Redux—offer
all-new gameplay environments for more fast-paced, intense multiplayer combat.
These latest maps are now available for free download at
Railed – Set in an abandoned, rusting Strogg facility, the environment in
Railed produces fast paced frenetic tournament action. This new map is all about
close-quarters combat and hair-trigger reflexes as players hustle through the
winding, multi-tiered corridors. Designed particularly for tournament play,
Railed also supports Deathmatch and Team Deathmatch game modes, and is
guaranteed to provide some thrilling fast-action gameplay.
Tremors – Built within a twisting underground cavern and peppered
throughout with pipes, bridges, and catwalks, Tremors demands tactical
expertise. Enemies attack from above and below in the enormous, multi-tiered
environment, making team-play invaluable. Tremors is perfect for huge
Capture-The-Flag games, and also supports the Arena Capture-The-Flag gameplay
Campgrounds Redux – With QUAKE 4’s updated technology, Campgrounds Redux
now has a fresh look and feel, revitalizing this QUAKE III classic. Excellent
for any number of players, this updated version supports Deathmatch, Team
Deathmatch and Tournament modes, where hard-core QUAKE fans can get crazy with
this throw-back to one of their old favorites.
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||Re: GOLLY GEE !!!
||Dec 20, 2005, 18:34
Yeah, well even the modding community is slowly moving over to F.E.A.R. Quake 4 was great but the expections for impovements and innovation aren't enough to keep the game alive.
Why? FEAR doesn't really offer any original gameplay either...
Not to mention, at this time Quake 4 has 1581 servers and 1023 players, compared to FEAR, with 339 servers and 360 players.
Yeah, that looks really promising for modders who have moved over to FEAR. /sarcasm
I don't play video games... I play murder simulators.