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Posts tagged “enemy-territory”

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Splash Damage’s Brink: This Is How It Is

Earlier this week, I saw Brink, a game whose substance no-one had hitherto seemed terribly clear about. Pray allow me to try to correct this... You can tell this is a Splash Damage game because it’s about two teams of players fighting an eternal, bloody war against each other in objective-based maps. It’s not nominally an Enemy Territory game (as have been SD’s two titles…

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RPS Interview: Splash Damage

Sat around a table on the mezzanine of a poncey San Francisco hotel were Rock, Paper, Shotgun's international agent, Jim Rossignol; PC Gamer's poseable action editor, Tim Edwards; and droopy-fringed Official Xbox 360 Magazine editor and frequent PC Gamer contributor, Jon Hicks. Joining them for man-to-man chat were three members of the UK-based Enemy Territory: Quake Wars development studio, Splash Damage: Owner and lead designer,…

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Enemy Territory: More Of This Sort Of Thing

Bearded ETQW development boss Paul Wedgwood has just mailed to remind y'all that the 1.2 update for ETQW is imminent. It will include a bunch of balancing changes, UI tweaks, bot-bolstering, and lovely in-game voice-comms stuff. And being a forgetful type, I've only just remembered that my Enemy Territory: Quake Wars review has gone online over at PC Gamer UK. In it I discuss how…

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Enemy Territory: Another Trailer

Here's a new video with Splash Damage's Paul Wedgwood and Id Software's Kevin Cloud talking about teamplay in Enemy Territory. Yeah, it's a mere marketing-speak exercise, but the video itself gives some idea of the things you get up to in ETQW. The acrobatics with the Strogg buggy, for example, as well as some of the more impressive objectives such as the mining laser. Thanks,…

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ETQW Released, Dated For Steam

Enemy Territory: Quake Wars went on sale in Europe on Friday and on Monday and the US. Clearly RPS has been a little distracted with Team Fortress 2, but there's every reason why we, and you lot too, should be playing ETQW. It's ludicrously good. Fortunately, should you (like me) be intent on remaining posted at your keyboard 24/7, you'll be able to download the…

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Interview: The Splash Damage Story

This feature on the origins of the Enemy Territory: Quake Wars team, Splash Damage, was originally published in February this year by the world's cleverest games development website, Gamasutra. The piece is based around an interview with Splash Damage owner and founder, Paul Wedgwood. I've updated it slightly, to reflect the fact that we're now rather close to the release of the game. That meeting…

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Shoot You, Sir

It's been a while since an online first-person shooter has consumed all of my attention. That's probably going to change. There are two reasons for this. One is called Enemy Territory: Quake Wars and the other is called Unreal Tournament 3. Quake Wars will be the first of these we'll be getting stuck into later this year. No confirmed release date, but the ongoing private…

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