MIB-clan. The Men in Black, one of Germany’s best Quake II clans. Just look at the total frags in the screen shots. Mib beat GoV 169-1 and MIB-Werewolf never died in that match. The photographs shown here are TeddysJam’s photos of the Deathmatch Showdown 3 LAN Party from June 2000. This medium sized LAN was hosted by TeddysJam friend Wildcard. There was great weather and the guys pitched tents for camping, and they all enjoyed beer and steaks without end and at a good price.
Take a look back at the creative, fun maps that IROQ Clan custom made for Quake 2. Dedicated to IROQ_Vixen, and the Immortal Rulers of Quake.
Thank you to everybody who contributed to making an amazing QuakeCon! Please let me know in the comments if you see your contribution to QuakeCon in this video and I will give you a shoutout... so many people people have a hand in making our Quake community great, and all deserve credit.
German Quake 2 scene in 1999 is explored, starting with the Voodoo People LAN Party, held at at VP-Nightmare's house in Fürth, July 16 - 18, 1999. Then we look at the Hude LAN Party and the GXP LAN Party, in Hagen. That was Europe's largest LAN party in 1999.
The first annual =Gods of Mortality= Pow-wow took place in Monroe, Michigan at Venividivici's home the weekend of August 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th, 2002.
PlanetQuake's weekly advice column, "Dear Mynx," stripped away the hardware to take a peek at the personal lives of the people behind the game. Think of it as "Dear Abby" meets "Jenny Jones" meets "Quake II."
The Panther XL allows the player to "Free-Look" totally independent of the direction of travel. With this independent control you can run one direction and fire in another without breaking stride. You can also "slide" around corners with your gun always aimed in front of you, ready for anything. John Romero, Co-creator of Quake, famously said, "If you wanna crack skulls with the big boys, get a Panther XL."