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Quake; June Game of the Month
Topic Started: Jun 3 2017, 06:59 AM (194 Views)
stinger9142
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Hello everyone. Quake is our June winner.

I never owned it, but I did get to play it some. I enjoyed Doom on the SNES and Wolfenstein on the PC, so I expected a quality title in Quake. I just tried the multi-player. I would say it was just a few hours overall. It didn't touch Goldeneye or Perfect Dark (What does? :lol: ) But I would rank it just behind some of the Turok games in terms of death match fun on the 64.

What say you all?
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Milage007
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A worthy winner. A decent little PC port which works well on the N64. I have only ever completed the first few levels but the play was smooth and not too taxing holding up reasonably well. I do need to revisit and complete this title - it is in the long queue of games to own.
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Always had a blast with this game, like mentioned it isn't on the same level as Goldeneye and Perfect Dark but it does well as a FPS
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Really nice game.. completed it a few times! Enjoyable!
Love the fact that you can turn off the filter. The game looks nicer that way.
Edited by breeding_fear, Jun 3 2017, 08:43 AM.
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No64DD
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I remember reading an ad that promoted Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails exclusively scoring part or parts of the soundtrack.

How accurate is this?
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The White Falcon
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He did, but not for the N64 version. PC and Saturn only, N64 had a unique soundtrack necessitated by the cartridge format.

The boxes of nails have NIN on them (PC and SAT only again IIRC) for this reason.
Edited by The White Falcon, Jun 3 2017, 07:45 PM.
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No64DD
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Very strange. Having Quake on the Nintendo 64 was a big deal back then.
I'd like to find where i read that because it was N64 related!
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Have to say, it's better than South Park.
Favorite Game: Super Mario 64

Favorite Level: Hazy Maze Cave

Least Favorite Level: Dire, Dire Docks
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I played this on the PC back in the day and loved it, I have it on the N64 but still havent played more than a few levels. One day lol
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Jun 4 2017, 07:27 PM
Have to say, it's better than South Park.
Amen! I've never even touched the first Quake before (to my knowledge) but, if it's even a third as good as Quake II then it deserved to win more than South Park ever did.
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Quake 64 is a quality shooter and I really enjoyed it's dark atmosphere.

I didn't play a lot of the mid to late 90s N64 PC shooter conversions until around 2010 due to Goldeneye and Turok etc being so good that nothing else got a look in.

When I finally started playing through them, it was quite a joy, ended up going through Turok 3, both Duke Nukem games, Doom 64 and both Quakes.

All fantastic games, can't wait to one day play through again.
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