Quake 4 Review
The single-player is great fun, but the uninspired multiplayer leaves a lot to be desired.
Quake 4 – Review [PC]
Review of Quake 4 for PC developed by Raven Software.
Intro song: Punk Rock Loser by Viagra Boys
Background songs: 3 gatsu no Lion Original Soundtrack CD 3 – 7. Windmill, Big Windup! OST – 05 Momokan’s Theme モモカンのテーマ [HQ], Iki Nuku Dearimasu, Geinoukai! Yugo Kanno Birdy the Mighty Decode OST (CD 1), Mori Yuuya Natsu da! Umi da! Drive da!
flute song: titanic parody
Other music: kelis milkshake
Other games: Elden Ring, Amid Evil, Dread Templar Doom 3 BFG, Dusk, Call to arms, Quake 3, Rage 2, Serious Sam 4, Severed Steel, Soldier of Fortune, Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous
Other: K-on, Mad Max Fury Road
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Quake II is a first-person shooter video game released in December 1997. It was developed by id Software and published by Activision. It is not a direct sequel to Quake; id decided to revert to an existing trademark when the game’s fast-paced, tactile feel felt closer to a Quake game than a new franchise. The game is followed by Quake IV.
The soundtrack for Quake II was mainly provided by Sonic Mayhem, with some additional tracks by Bill Brown; the main theme was also composed by Bill Brown and Rob Zombie, and one track by Jer Sypult. The soundtrack for the Nintendo 64 version of the game was composed by Aubrey Hodges, credited as Ken “Razor” Richmond.
REVISITING QUAKE 4
Let’s revisit Quake 4 (2005)! Developed by Raven Software, Quake 4 is a sequel to Quake II and NOT Quake 1 or Quake 3 as it continues the Quake Strogg storyline. #Quake4 #Quake #IdSoftware
QUAKE 4: The Dark Age of Id Software
QUAKE 4 was the final Quake singleplayer game ever released, with Quake Live and Quake Champions continuing on from Quake 3 Arena. As a Quake 2 sequel, Quake 4 got a mixed reception by Quake fans and was released during The Dark Age of Id Software after Doom 3. This is the final chapter of this Quake retrospective, as we look back at the LEGACY of Quake 4. #Quake #Quake4 #IdSoftware