Australian Quake 2 Clan Oxygen: What is the Online Quake Scene? (for the Absolute Newbie)

The online quake scene, in its simplest form, is a bunch of people who all like playing the same game against each other (or with each other) over the internet. Clans are really just a group of people who get along well together, frag well together, share a common interest, organise wars, have fun and muck around. The last thing you need to know, is how to express your emotions - be it in the game, on message boards, in email or sms - from now on, smilies will be the tool you use to show your heartfelt pleasure, absolute disgust, indifference or sheer joy about the goings on in your world.

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The FPS Gaming Community in Australia: Excerpted from the book Virtual Nation, The Internet in Australia by Gerard Goggin

The FPS Gaming Community in Australia: Excerpted from the book Virtual Nation, The Internet in Australia by Gerard Goggin The online FPS community is in many ways international; however, gaming cultures have developed slightly differently in different countries. While it can be seen that Australians have contributed significantly to the development of FPS games, mods …

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Fear My Ascension Clan: Reporter Candy Interviews [X]Kattt and UnderLORD, October 2003

Fear My Ascension Clan: Reporter Candy Interviews [X]Kattt and UnderLORD, October 2003 Ok so this is what I've found about Kattt and [FMa]UnderLORD..Q. is the question, K. is for Kattt's answer and U. is for Underlords. Q. When did you start playing Quake 2? K. I started playing on mplayer.. but wasn't good at all, …

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PCXL Magazine November 1998: Ping-Free Partying

PCXL Magazine November 1998: Ping-Free Partying Who Needs Online Gaming When You Can Lug Your Kit Around Town to Shout Abuse at Complete Strangers? Online Gaming is Dead. LAN Parties Are Where It's At. Now, why the hell would you go to all the trouble of unplugging your computer and monitor, putting them in the …

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