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Built using id Software's revolutionary MegaTexture rendering technology, Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars features strategic team play, persistent character promotions, and the universe's most powerful weapons and vehicles in heroic objective-based battles as the Global Defense Force faces off against the alien Strogg invasion. Battles rage on stunning battlefields inspired by tropical, arctic, temperate, urban and desert locations both online and offline against lethal A.I. combatants. With unmatched graphics, physics, networking, and story-driven military missions, Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars transports players to the front lines of the ultimate war for Earth.
Platform: Mac | Edition: Standard
It was a good purchase and its a very fun game if like war games then this is your gamePublished 7 days ago by jaimemendoza
Not a fan of this one. There was a lot of hope for the Quake series and this kinda sent it downhill. Even as a team game it's kind of weak.Published on August 12, 2013 by macskills
You can tell this is made by third party developers and not ID as it lacks any of the excitment and finesse of ID's Quake series.Published on February 8, 2013 by Deimos
boring and complicated at the same time if that's possible. I wouldn't recommend this game to any hardcore gamer. black opps or borderlands2 is the better way to goPublished on February 8, 2013 by horrible
Well I was surprised. This game will not run with Snow Leopard 10.6.8, I assume it will run with 10.6.7 but not 10.6.8. What a drag. Read morePublished on September 7, 2012 by David V Busbee