Quake II Magazine Archive: November 1996

"Sex, violence, and videogames. It's the biggest issue facing game players. And it's mostly out of our control. Games have been banned already and still more will be in the future. Gareth Jones looks at the highly contentious issue of violence in games..."

Quake II Magazine Archive: Off-Topic ⁠— Duke Nukem 3D

"Last year, Duke Nukem defended Earth from an alien invasion and in the process gave us one of the PC's most enjoyable 3D action games. Now he's back, powered by the Quake engine and defending America's cultural capital ⁠— Las Vegas ⁠— from a second swarm of interstellar scumbugs. Hang onto your hats and turn the page for your first-ever look at Duke Nukem Forever."

Quake II Uncovered — The Tips and Tricks of the Masters Explained Step by Step, by Kaj s8n Haffenden and Elih Caulfield Brading

"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."

PC POWERPLAY 27, August 1998, Australia: Do-It-Yourself LAN Parties by Munley Leong

LAN (Local Area Network) parties can be fantastic experiences, but they can also be difficult to set up and run. Fear not though, Munly Leong will walk you through it. What is a LAN Party? A LAN (Local Area Network) party is basically a local network get together. A bunch of people bring over their computer somewhere, hook them all up, play network games and engage in other network-ish activities. Why a LAN party? No matter how much fun playing against the computer A I is, nothing beats the adrenaline rush from playing a live, thinking (usually) human being.