On Mon, 9 Jul 2007, James wrote:
> Quake 3 is a great example - I would be happy to be playing it 15 years from
> now, but it is a multi-player game which no longer has enough people playing
Have you tried some of free games built around the Q3 engine? There
seem to be plenty of game servers and people playing..
> with your point about the gameplay, and indeed the game I played
> most this year was 1996's QuakeWorld
My favourite FPSer is Descent II - the graphics are still amazing
(all things considered), and the full-freedom-movement still makes
the more fancy, more modern FPSers feel quite limited in comparison.
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