Quake 4 (2005)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi


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Continuing the storyline from Quake II (1997), once again it's up to you to engage the alien race known as the Strogg.


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Director:

Eric Biessman

Writer:

Robert Love (script)

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28 November 2007 | spiff-12
8
| It's got the right stuff...
This came out around the time of the original Doom 3. Despite both games being ID futuristic shooters, they are very different games. I played this again recently on Lieutenant and it is a challenging game (Way more so than Quake 2). There is a pretty decent story about what makes a human a human. The ending stuck with me as well. I get the "New Orders" idea as both ironic and tragic. This isn't a game that is going to provide fancy ways to get out of trouble. Here you are either fast or dead. This is back in the old med pack days. Unfortunately, this game has some very barren areas for heals. Sometimes you will find yourself in several major fights without a single med pack. You die a lot in this game. This is not like new games at all (maybe Call of Duty but without the silly numbers and respawn rates). Almost every enemy in this game can cause a reload. Each requires a certain tactic to deal with. More complicated is when several different types attack at the same time. Sick of games that seem more like an exercise in inventory management than an actual challenge to play? This would be the game for you.


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Release Date:

18 October 2005

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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