"By hacking its engine and designing new levels, Doom's diehard fans helped make it the most popular PC game o all time. Now they are recruits in the real-world deathmatch between Doom creators John Carmack and John Romero."
Category: Magazine archive
Quake II Magazine Archive: February 1998
"id Software blitzed the PC gaming world with Doom, and did it all over again with Quake. With the arrival of Quake 2, id were sure to make sure they had a landing party in Australia, in the form of Paul Steed and Tim Willits, who were only too happy to tell some war stories..."
Quake II Magazine Archive: January 1998
"ALIEN SCUM CAN KISS THE BUTT OF MY RAILGUN. Orders come in from the brass this morning. Tonight, I'll be on the C-30K Marine Carrier with the rest of 101st Spaceborne. A little hypersleep, a couple thousand gallons of rationed I.V. Nourishment, a few hundred light years, and we'll be knee-deep in Strogg blood."
Quake II Magazine Archive: December 1997
"Te reta a jugar a QUAKE II — Donde? Cuando? Si quieres experimentar la sensacion de jugar en red local al mejor juego de rol en primera persona, y ademas enfrentarte a la Redaccion de OK PC Gamer, pasate por Cybergame. Si eres uno de los 3 mejores jugadores y traes un ejemplar de OK PC Gamer, conseguiras un juego Quake II por gentileza de Proein. Donde? Sta. Feliciana 14, (junto a la Glorieta de Bilbao) en Madrid. Cuando? 30 de Diciembre de 1997, de 20:30 a 22:30 horas. Vale descuento de 200 pesetas para jugar una hora en Cybergame."
Quake II Magazine Archive: Off Topic — Arcade Flyers and Software Box Art
"Arcade flyers, cabinet design, decals, the box and packaging art are as important as any other part of the software that has been sold over the years; in earlier years of the computer industry, it had to serve as the entire pitch. These are attempts by many groups and individuals,, and the Internet Archive, to capture that unique artwork, even as the software itself lives on."