"Like the game of Quake II itself, Capture the Flag is an incredibly fun experience, but even that can be heightened greatly by understanding the basic and advanced strategies used by veteran players to frag and cap with ease. These strategies involve the knowledge and implementation of the game's 'Tech Powerups,' standard Deathmatch skills to employ in fights, and later, communication with members of your team, setting up offensive and defensive squads, and much more. CTF, as a 'goal-based' game, redefines standard free-for-all and team games, and is truly the Thinking Man's Quake II."
"Welcome to the complete playguide that will transform both newbies and veterans alike into Quake II Gods. No longer will you be the one at the LAN party yelling out, 'Hey! How the hell can you run that fast?' or 'Who took the megahealth? I didn't hear no-one rocketjump!' Now your computer will be the one everyone gathers around, jaws on the floor, emitting wow's and oh-my-god's at your unmatched skill and precision... Okay, maybe you'll need a little practice as well as this guide."
"Here you'll find a comprehensive guide on every type of trickjump available in Quake 2. Complete with instructive demos, it will provide an excellent starting point for players wishing to become experts at jumping."
"This review was meant to come a long time ago. It was interrupted by the biggest game of the year being released (HalfLife), practicing for Australia's biggest lan event (Impulse 98) and various other real life constraints. I'd like to thank the Everglide ppl for sending me the attack pad and for being (somewhat) patient while I try and write up an objective review for quake-au."
"Last week's first challenge was a bit of a toughie, wasn't it? :). Rest assured, this week's is nice and easy.. well, not too easy to manage a 'perfect' demo, but certainly easy to submit an entry for. In as many ways as you can, without weapons, get to the block above the machinegun. Turning deathmatch mode on will make it easier for one of the jumps, btw, so don't forget that :). -Kaj s8n Haffenden"
"They call him Doomgod, the one who can kill blindfolded. He defanged the Cobra and snuffed the magician known as Merlock. But Dennis Fong, 19, is no Terminator. He's a popular student at the community college in Los Altos, Calif., where he lives with his parents and does (most of) his chores. So why does he go by the name Thresh, as in threshold of pain?"
"Kurt Shimada is shaking with joy, disbelief and a twinge of guilt. Moments ago, in the preliminary round of the computer game championships, he didn't just beat but demolished Dennis Fong, who happens to be the Michael Jordan of computer games."