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Quake Champions Doom Guy Helpful Beginner’s Guide

Quake Champions Doom Guy

Quake Champions Doom Guy spotlight is for all those Doom fans. Also for all those QC beginners and noobs out there. That might want to know more about him and some helpful fragging tips. The Doom Slayer is better known in the “Doom” games or the Doom series. Probably even more well known from the … Read more Quake Champions Doom Guy Helpful Beginner’s Guide

Quake Arena Arcade, Quake 3 for The Xbox 360

Does anyone actually remember Quake Arena Arcade?

I believe I bought it myself and NEVER truly played it on my Xbox Live account. I’ve always been a Quake Fan but getting a Quake game on seems crazy since I’ve always had a PC. Quake on Xbox doesn’t seem to support a mouse and keyboard either and that seems nuts to me.

While Quake III has been ported to multiple consoles in the past, A.K.A. the Dreamcast that supported mouse and Keyboard. Quake Arena Arcade doesn’t seem to provide the same. As far as I’m aware the Xbox 360 didn’t support a keyboard and mouse out of the box.

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Quake III On Xbox 360

It was very cool that Quake III arrived on the Xbox 360 in some form. Quake wars also made it on the Xbox 360 as well. Eventually I’ll be making a video and article on it.

This version of Quake III was very polished and had some updated graphics and seemed to run very well. I don’t think it was very popular on Xbox.

At least among my friends at the time, the only “Arena Shooter” I could get anyone to play would’ve been Halo.

Using the Xbox 360 controller trying to strafe jump feels very unnaturally to me. Strafing doesn’t perform quite as well using k/b and mouse.

Quake 3 Video Game

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Duke Enters the Arena

Quake 3 is one of my favorite games of all time. Playing on PC fragging strangers on Q3DM17 on the demo for hours on end. Until I was able to get a full copy of the game.

It seemed strange that Quake III was even released on the Xbox 360 in the first place. This version of the game came out WAY later than the initial release and there was a PS2 version of Quake 3.

Your best bet to experience Quake 3 in 2020 is to either get the game and download the ioquake 3 engine. Or, get Quake Live on steam.

Quake Arena Arcade Conclusion

Quake III on the Xbox 360 was a pretty awesome idea. I’m not sure why they haven’t tried to put the latest quake, Quake Champions on any consoles at all. We have games like Overwatch and Paladins doing just fine on consoles.

It would make sense to try to reach that market as well.

Maybe it is because Quake requires so much precise precision and fast reflexs. That a Console Controller cannot provide like a good wired mouse.

Also, let me know if you actually played this game on the Xbox 360. I don’t know if I know anyone that even experienced this game as Quake is more popular on PC anyways.

Be sure hit the loudmouth from the South Smango up on twitter – @realkynerd

Quake Community – The Best Community Around

The Quake Community

 I’m new to PC games and the Quake Community. I’m new to a lot of things. Growing up in Bumfuck, AL, no one had a decent computer. No one knew a lot about the internet. No one I knew anyway. Sure, we had the SNES, the N64, the PS2. Yeah I played Duke Nukem: Time … Read more Quake Community – The Best Community Around

Quake Champions STOP BEING NEGATIVE

Listen Quake Fans, it’s time to STOP BEING NEGATIVE on Quake Champions.

Seriously I’ve had it about enough of the Diabotical is gonna be the savior of Arena FPS. Does the game look good? Sure.

It’s STILL NOT QUAKE!

I cannot wait to do a Quake Champions VS. Diabotical review whenever the game actually releases. Whenever we all know its NEVER going too.