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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars - PC

Platform : Windows, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Rated: Teen
63 customer reviews
Metascore: 84 / 100
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  • Two playable armies, each with distinctive technology, abilities, weapons, vehicles, and structures
  • Focused on key Capture, Construct and Destroy objectives, but open-ended to allow improvised strategy and tactics
  • Complete individual assignments and objectives to gain experience and rank during a single mission
  • Fight through an overarching campaign of three linked missions
  • Land, sea, and air vehicles, with multiple combat positions including driver, gunner, passenger and even commander
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Product Description

Platform: PC | Edition: Standard

Transports players to the front lines of the ultimate war for Earth. The invasion begins, players choose to battle as one of five unique classes in either the human Global Defense Force (GDF) or the barbaric Strogg armies, each augmented with specialist weapons and combat hardware.

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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B000BKYQVI
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 1.5 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Release Date: October 2, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,517 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Intellectual Awesomenimity on October 2, 2007
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard
First of all, you have to throw away what you may know about other online shooter and accept Quake Wars for what it strives to be: A multi-player shooter with an emphasis on teamwork and objectives in the quake universe...meaning it is NOT Battlefield 2. This is not a bad thing at all. At all =) So let's jump into it shall we? The first thing you should notice (and what people seem to care for the most, seemingly over gameplay..)are the graphics. They're good. We're not talking 'Crysis' level here, but they aren't shabby in the slightest. If you have the system to run it as intended (the reqs aren't that steep), then you should have a lot of eye candy to admire.
Next, the gameplay: Loads of fun. Basically it revolves around you playing one of two sides in a global conflict that pits the 'Strogg' and the 'GDF' (see the quakewars website for backstory, etc.) against one another in 12 different maps that can be played individually or as sets of 3 in a 'campaign' mode. These aren't typical 'shoot em' up' maps where all you do is mindlessly frag each other all day, but rather scenario and objective based conflicts where each team has goals to accomplish throughout the fight. You accrue experience as you play, which in turn, grants you special abilites or powerups the longer you are in a match. Note however, that once your session is done, you lose those special power-ups and begin anew the next time you play, thus keeping the balance between hardcore gamers and beginners to a fairly in check by not allowing the vets to have 'uber' weapons from the start against a bunch of green nooblets. However, the game does keep track of your basic stats (kills, deaths, ratios, how good you are with this class vs. that class, etc.), and awards you medals based on performance and overall accrued experience.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By B. Eason on May 23, 2009
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard
ET: Quake Wars is one of those games that slipped under the radar back when it was released. This is quite a shame because it is the most enjoyable team based shooter I have played to date! The game sports some solid graphics and generally excellent sound effects (the voices in the game seem out of place and may be an annoyance to some but the weapon sounds are very good). After palying 50+ hours with my brother on both XP and Vista systems, we have never experienced a single crash or major bug and really no minor ones either. The game comes with a varied pack of maps and the fast moving gameplay does a great job of keeping things fresh. The design of the objective system keeps the action very localized around each objective and even with only twenty four players it is easily more intense than any match from the Battlefield series. Another excellent feature is the AI. These computer controlled opponents are miles better than any I have played before in a multiplayer game and there were many times that my brother and I were saved by their heroics or even mistok them for each other because they so well mimic human behavior!

Bottom line: if you are looking for a fantastic LAN game or great online shooter you can't go wrong with Enemy Territory: Quake Wars. Go buy it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jabberwocky on March 10, 2010
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard
I was initially put off by the steep initial learning curve, but my patience paid off. This is easily best designed team-based FPS I have ever played. The classes are unique and well-rounded and the game does a great job of rewarding you for accomplishing tasks that appropriate for your class.
If you are not sure if this game is for you, do yourself a favor and download the demo and give it a try.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 15, 2008
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard
A literal prequel to Quake 2 and Quake 4, and a spiritual successor to Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, "Enemy Territory: Quake Wars" is a team-and-class-based first person shooter.

The game revolves around the GDF - the human Global Defense Force - defending Earth against the Strogg, the murderous aliens encountered as enemies in Quake 2 and 4. Fighting in locations all over the world, the GDF must hold the Strogg back. Gameplay can be online or with bots, and usually takes place as a "campaign": three battles in similar locations (for example the "European" campaign or the "African" campaign.

There are five classes in the game. Soldiers carry explosives, and also have the widest choice of weapons in the game - regular assault rifles, machine guns, shotguns, and rocket launchers, as well as a stronger pistol than normal. Field Ops can deploy artillery pieces and call in artillery (from the deployed weapon) and airstrikes. Furthermore, GDF Field Ops can give ammo to their fellow soldiers, while "Oppressors", the Strogg equivalent, can deploy tactical shields. Engineers can build automated turrets - either anti-personnel, anti-vehicle, or anti-artillery (shooting down incoming shells) - as well as repair vehicles. Finally, Covert Ops act as the sneaks and snipers of the game. With access to gadgets like radar stations, smoke grenades, and mini-radar devices (for the GDF) and teleporters and remote drones (for the Strogg), the Covert Ops is more based on stealth and intelligence. In addition, there are many vehicles

Objectives are both map and class-based. For example, on one map an engineer might be required to rebuild a bridge so the unit can advance. Later, a cover ops might need to disable a shield generator.
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