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Quake III Arena [Jewel Case] [PC Game]
|Platform: IBM PC Compatible
Publisher: Activision, Inc.
Release Date: December 4, 1999
Developer: id Software, Inc.
Rating: ESRB: M (Mature)
System Requirements: Microsoft® Windows® 95 / 98 / Me / 2000 / XP I
Developed by: id Software - Activision (1999) - First-Person Shooter - Rated: Mature
The Arena Eternal was constructed by the mysterious Vadrigar, the enigmatic Arena Masters, far in the past. The arena was
designed to satisfy the Vadrigar's insatiable hunger for carnage and battle. Now you, as a gladiator, must enter battle against the
most powerful warriors in history who populate the Arena Eternal. More than 30 types of opponents, each with but a single
thought -- survival -- awaits your appearance!
Within the arena, there is only one rule: kill or be killed. Fortunately, the Vadrigar, unwilling to accept death as a way out of
combat, ensure that anyone who dies is immediately resurrected and thrust back into the fray. You must climb the ranks, winning
your battles against increasingly powerful foes.
During gameplay, you have a wide variety of weapons from which to choose including several types of guns (machinegun,
shotgun, plasma, lightning, rail and BFG), rocket and grenade launchers and bladed weapons. Three kinds of armor can be
utilized, each uniquely affecting your armor rating, while more than a half-dozen power-ups dot the arena, providing enhanced
combat abilities ranging from invisibility to flight.
Med-kits, personal teleporters, health bonuses and earned medals that count toward final battle score totals round out the many
features of Quake III Arena. Single- as well as multiplayer action is offered, although the game is designed for multiplayer contests
first and foremost. In single-player mode, the challenge is to defeat automated computer-controlled opponents at each level in
order to "unlock" tougher levels.
During multiplayer action, five specific game types are available including all, free-for-all, tournament, team deathmatch and
capture the flag. Many options allow full customization of multiplayer games and feature control over aspects such as 'bot skill
levels, frag, capture and time limits, connection to dedicated servers, player list designation and friendly fire rules.
From the Manufacturer: Step right up and get your frag on with QUAKE III: Arena for the MAC. Choose from a variety of weapons
and a ton of maps and turn your opponents into dripping piles of flesh. You've got three gameplay options to choose from:
against bots, a split-screen Four-Player mode, and network play, where you can go online and strut your stuff against some of the
best players in the country.
Special Features: First-person shooter; supports up to four players; play over the Internet; wide variety of match types; supports
keyboard and mouse