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Preview Doom – Delicious popping in multiplayer
There was a time when the struggle was not the most popular multiplayer shooter between Call of Duty and Battlefield. Around the turn of the century there were two other superpowers. You played either Unreal Tournament or Quake III: Arena. In UT, the scale was slightly larger and thereby the distance between the players. Q3A was much more close quarters battle in which you can see the whites of the eyes of your opponents.
Nice course, those memories of UT and Q3A, but what have those old games on the new Doom? UT is not much, but Quake III: Arena all the more. First, there is a game from id Software, like all Doom games. But more importantly, what we have played on the new Doom made us more reminiscent of the old Quake than the old Doom. No problem, both series are equally dear to us. In addition, we are talking here about a portion of the game. During QuakeCon in Dallas was only the multiplayer portion of the game playable, and that part reminded us of Quake. What we have seen of the campaign, certainly has all of Doom and Quake less. Because we have not played the campaign but only the multiplayer, we want to have, however it about.
Developer id Software had its own QuakeCon, the event organized by the studio for the twentieth time, a special build of the game made exactly one folder which was playable. Not only that, there was also only one playable game form, and there were only six weapons to choose from. Jammer? Yes of course, but the game nevertheless made a deep impression.Viewing:-200
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