Steam Community — Quake II RTX: Photo Mode Screenshots

"Quake II RTX is our ray-traced remaster of the beloved 1997 first-person shooter. In November, we introduced a ton of new features and enhancements, and now we’re back with Quake II RTX v1.3. This adds an awesome new photo mode for custom screenshots, along with a free camera and Depth of Field option for making cinematic-quality shots..."

Chaos Quake 2 Mod — Dragon Slayers Clan: Quake 2 Skins

"May 21, 2001 — It was brought to my attention that I had the WRONG date posted here! The correct date is the 9th of June. I have gotten a few email's requesting registration and I should get replies out to you some time this week. The main games that are played are 1st person shooters of all types. Other games are welcome and can and will be tried. In your registration e-mail please list the games that you want to play and they will be posted here. There are hotels and restaurants close by. There is also an airport if you are traveling in from out of town. The Date for the next LAN Party is the 9th of June. -Rimshot {DRGN}"

French computer magazine: Joystick — Quake II Preview

"Surtout que John Carmack, le genial designer-programmeur d'id Software, a annonce que le coeur multijoueur de Quake accepterait sans encombres des parties a 200 joueurs simultanement. Vous imaginez ca ? C'est plus du DeathMatch, mais de ventables batailles rangees. Reste a trouver les grosses becanes et les gens prets a les mettre en place pour offrir de telles parties. A suivre..."

The Sydney Morning Herald — Icon Magazine: [Quake II,] Computers and Technology for the Rest of Us

"These days from all around me, I hear of 'windows' and a 'mouse', of brand names, some are 'Apple', wish I knew what it's about. I hear they've some connection, with strange things they call computers, which will give you all the answers, but to me they're just confusers. I've seen folk press some buttons, words appear and sometimes numbers, they seem to spring from nowhere — it surely makes me wonder. Sometimes I've asked a question, they just turn to this machine, press a button here, a button there, they find the answer there, it seems. It's really quite amazing, they don't even have to think, they tell me what I want to know, I don't have time to even blink. One day I'll look right through the window, perhaps I'll see before my eyes, this mouse they always talk about, for he must be very wise." —Hilda B. York, of Millers Point, fascinated by what she reads in Icon, was moved to write this poem, 1998