Quake Champions Timed Duel vs Round Duel

Quake Champions Timed Duel

In today’s Quakefans YouTube video I decided to discuss the recent PTS patch including Timed Duel.

While in the PTS notes they did mention that Spawns are kind of jacked up it was very apparent in some of the live streamed events I watched.

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Be sure to vote in today’s Twitter poll today too and let us know if you really enjoy the new Duel format or if you are sticking with Round Duels.

As always check back at least every week for more Quake and Arena First Person Shooter Content!

A QUICK Look into Unreal Tournament 2004 in the year 2019!

This video is about playing Unreal Tournament 2004 in the year 2019!

Unreal Tournament 2004

Just what everyone was wanting I know. I hope you guys enjoy and be sure to like and share the video everywhere on the internet!

Also spawned this little MEME I made for Quake Champions.

Quake Champions meme

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The ioquake3 Engine – Engine for Quake III

The original Quake III engine is OLD. ioquake3 brings us quake fans a new way to enjoy all the same old MODS, Games and Add-ons on a newer, supported and updated engine!

So let’s take a look at a new engine for quake III
I hope to be making ALL kinds of Quake III related videos simply because of ioquake3.

Try it out yourself – https://ioquake3.org/

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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 Console. One without mouse and keyboard support 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.

Quake 3 Xbox 360

Quake Arena Arcade Xbox 360
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 amongst 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 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.

Itt 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.

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