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    John Romero wishes Quake a happy 20th birthday

    Shares the game's very first screen shots, pre-release docs, and FAQ.
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    Re: John Romero wishes Quake a happy 20th birthday

    As long as they bring back Klesk, I'm fine with online only.

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    Re: John Romero wishes Quake a happy 20th birthday

    Quake 2 was an enjoyable campaign - Quake 3 Arena was good if you just liked straight deathmatch, hardly seems much point in replacing it.

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    Re: John Romero wishes Quake a happy 20th birthday

    Fond memories of Quake and Quake 2 single player, went through Quake 2 and just about all of the expansions I think, used to be my 'game time' after school before cracking on with homework. Those were the days...

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    Re: John Romero wishes Quake a happy 20th birthday

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbouk View Post
    Fond memories of Quake and Quake 2 single player, went through Quake 2 and just about all of the expansions I think, used to be my 'game time' after school before cracking on with homework. Those were the days...
    Me too, although it was after work for me, being a little older obviously
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    Re: John Romero wishes Quake a happy 20th birthday

    I said it in another thread recently - Q3 still runs really well and doesn't look too bad either. If Q5 is a reboot of Q3 with better graphics and some new maps then I'm in. Hopefully they will still allow bots, a la Q3 and by MP only mean it won't have a plotline like Q3. If it's genuinely online only I'll be less keen.

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    Re: John Romero wishes Quake a happy 20th birthday

    I want my Linux port please!!!

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    Re: John Romero wishes Quake a happy 20th birthday

    This game always looked like Unreal Tournament, Doom and Duke Nukem.

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