Friday, October 5th 2007

Quake Wars Now Available for Pre-Load on Steam Outside of North America

Any Valve Steam customer who does not live in North America got a rather enticing offer for a pre-load in Steam news today. As of today, everyone outside of North America can purchase and download (but not play) Quake Wars: Enemy Territory for $49.95USD or equivalent via Valve's revolutionary Steam. North American Quake Wars fans will have to wait until October 9th (this coming Tuesday) for their turn.Source: 1Up
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11 Comments on Quake Wars Now Available for Pre-Load on Steam Outside of North America

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LonGun
by: zekrahminator
Any Valve Steam customer who does not live in North America got a rather enticing offer for a pre-load in Steam news today. As of today, everyone outside of North America can purchase and download (but not play) Quake Wars: Enemy Territory for $49.95USD or equivalent via Valve's revolutionary Steam. North American Quake Wars fans will have to wait until October 9th (this coming Tuesday) for their turn.

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I saw the game at Fry's. I really want to get it. But on the box, it didn't say anything about the Single Player Campaign. Does it game have Single Player mode? or it's like Battlefield?
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#2
tigger
I'm the only one
it does have single player mode.
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#3
LonGun
so the single player mode has its own story/plot right? like Quake 4, Doom 3, FEAR.
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Ravenas
I waited for this game for a long time, demo comes, and all of the servers have a horrible ping to me... I wish the servers had better pings!!!
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ktr
by: LonGun
so the single player mode has its own story/plot right? like Quake 4, Doom 3, FEAR.
no, its more like battlefield...in where players are replaced with bots.

I to saw it at frys (i worked there part time for some quick bucks), i am a big fan of ET, but i am disappointed on the reaction of the game. I love it, but if no one plays it, make no point. So i gonna wait a watch xfire or gamespy "gimme the stats" and see how the population grows.
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LonGun
by: ktr
no, its more like battlefield...in where players are replaced with bots.

I to saw it at frys (i worked there part time for some quick bucks), i am a big fan of ET, but i am disappointed on the reaction of the game. I love it, but if no one plays it, make no point. So i gonna wait a watch xfire or gamespy "gimme the stats" and see how the population grows.
Yea I agree, there's no point of getting a game which aimed for online mode but then no one plays it. Like the PS2 Star War (battle something?) game.
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ktr
by: LonGun
Yea I agree, there's no point of getting a game which aimed for online mode but then no one plays it. Like the PS2 Star War (battle something?) game.
Some of the games that i loved, but had a disappointing reaction are Tribes: Vengeance, SW:Battlefront2, and Red Orchestra. Great games, but no one of great quantity plays them. And there is a bunch of mods of hl2 and source that no one plays either. very sad to see :cry::shadedshu
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#8
mandelore
heh cool, i actually tried registering my key last week for it on steam :)
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Ravenas
by: ktr
Some of the games that i loved, but had a disappointing reaction are Tribes: Vengeance, SW:Battlefront2, and Red Orchestra. Great games, but no one of great quantity plays them. And there is a bunch of mods of hl2 and source that no one plays either. very sad to see :cry::shadedshu
The first tribes was a great success without a doubt.
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#10
mandelore
i rather like the Insect infestation mod for HL2, that was cool, but there were zero servers...
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#11
ktr
by: Ravenas
The first tribes was a great success without a doubt.
The first and second did fanatically, and are still played still (but not in huge amounts). The third, did horrible. I blame it on VU Games releasing it like a week before HL2.
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