Enemy Territory: Quake Wars - Review and Feature - 12/06/2008

We have both a review of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, and a feature on the future of online FPS games, based on what Quake Wars has delivered, and its competitors, on consoles.

The Enemy Territory series has been made world famous for its online PC shooter phenomenon; Quake Wars. It surprised many PC gamers, and proved to be a solid shooter, even whilst holding huge numbers of people online. But how has this transferred onto the PS3 and 360?

You can read our console review, here, or click the image below. Here's a small excerpt:

'You just don't feel connected to the game in anyway and there are hardly any real plusses to take away from the game. Enemy Territory: Quake Wars is a major disappointment.'

Console Review:

'Future of console FPS multiplayer' feature, focusing on Quake Wars, click here or the image below.

'The only thing that is a plus from this iteration, is that its mission-based-objective game play adds several new twists, but it's not exactly unique to a FPS and has been done in hundreds of shooters before it.'

The Future of Online Console FPS Games Feature:


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PS3 - 360 - PC