Quake 4 Xbox 360

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  • Summary: Quake 4 is the first game to utilize id Software's revolutionary DOOM 3 technology. In the game, you are Matthew Kane, an elite member of Rhino Squad and Earth's valiant invasion force. Fight alone, with your squad, and in hover tanks and mechanized walkers as you engage in a heroicQuake 4 is the first game to utilize id Software's revolutionary DOOM 3 technology. In the game, you are Matthew Kane, an elite member of Rhino Squad and Earth's valiant invasion force. Fight alone, with your squad, and in hover tanks and mechanized walkers as you engage in a heroic mission into the heart of the Strogg war machine. But, in this epic war between worlds, the only way to defeat the Strogg is to become one of them. Battle through early missions as a deadly marine, then after your capture as a marine-turned-Strogg with enhanced abilities and the power to turn the tide of the war. [Activision] Expand
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 29 out of 52
  2. Negative: 0 out of 52
  1. 92
    It’s hard to truly give this game as much praise as is deserved. While the concept may not be all too new, visually and audibly this game is leaps and bounds above the rest.
  2. Keep in mind that QUAKE 4 for the PC laughs at most computers, but runs virtually without a hitch on the Xbox 360; a no-brainer when taking into account the price of admission for this level of PC-quality gaming.
  3. 84
    A beautiful run and gun shooter that ranks among the best in the genre.
  4. If you're new to the franchise, but have played other, more modern FPS's, you might want to skip (or just rent) the game, as it'll feel overly simplistic when compared to Halo 2's AI and vehicle combat, Red Faction's destructibility, Unreal's weaponry and FEAR's atmosphere.
  5. Globs of action, lots violence, and a story that's good enough to keep things moving. But it's obvious that it needed a little more time to cook, what with the annoying load times, a whacky auto save function, and a frame rate that isn't nearly as fast as the PC version of the game.
  6. If you have a respectable gaming level PC, the frame-rate hiccups and certain bland textures may make the PC version more desirable.
  7. "Call of Duty 2" and "Perfect Dark Zero" are far better games in almost every way. Even "King Kong" supplies a better FPS single-player experience.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 16 out of 33
  2. Negative: 8 out of 33
  1. PhilipS.
    Mar 31, 2006
    10
    OK I'm the person that rated Quake 4 as a 410 based on poor graphics. I'm back to right a wrong. Recently I bought a LCD HDTV for myOK I'm the person that rated Quake 4 as a 410 based on poor graphics. I'm back to right a wrong. Recently I bought a LCD HDTV for my Xbox 360 and I'm playing games in 1080i. I decided to download the Quake 4 Demo (after trading it in a while ago). I can not believe it is the same game. The graphics explode and come to life in HDTV. This is now one of my favorite games. If you have a HDTV this game is a must have. Expand
  2. JakeK.
    Apr 21, 2006
    9
    I havent really played the game yet but i have tryed the begining. From what i played i think its a pretty good game. But what i really want I havent really played the game yet but i have tryed the begining. From what i played i think its a pretty good game. But what i really want to know is how bloody the game is because i read in a PC gamer magezine that they have this factory where they chop up bodys. I want to ask KDep how bad is this game?? If you see this plese let me know! Expand
  3. Jun 19, 2015
    8
    Pretty good FPS that picks up where Quake II left off. The id Tech 4 engine looks good on the Xbox 360 although the frame-rate can dropPretty good FPS that picks up where Quake II left off. The id Tech 4 engine looks good on the Xbox 360 although the frame-rate can drop sometimes. The gameplay is good and the difficulty is challenging on the hardest setting. Expand
  4. StuHill
    Jan 27, 2006
    7
    A very good game okay its not going to win any awards but it a simple game that you can just throw on and let rip!! Graphically solid, soundA very good game okay its not going to win any awards but it a simple game that you can just throw on and let rip!! Graphically solid, sound is a little crap and A.I is a bit poor and once you finish it you won't want to go through it again!!! So if you like a shooter that is not going to push you but is enjoyable then buy this. Expand
  5. Dec 15, 2012
    7
    Good for being on Xbox 360, but:
    If you play this game, don't think that all Quakes are like that. They're all excellent games, so don't take
    Good for being on Xbox 360, but:
    If you play this game, don't think that all Quakes are like that. They're all excellent games, so don't take this one as a quake. Slow gameplay (although not as much as games like CoD), there's reload (it's horrible to reload in a fps arena)... and generally, there are some bad points. It's a very good game, for being a Xbox 360 one. I think that, since you can't be very fast on X360, it's good to have reload etc.. It's like it was made for consoles, so, this is good for consoles but (compared to other Quakes) bad for computers.
    Honestly, I would give it a 5.8 (good), but I give it, for Xbox, a 6.6, because the gameplay is fits very much it.
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  6. Bass
    Jun 21, 2006
    5
    Dispite the next-gen gloss Quake 4 feels like a completely old school experience that would have been more impressive had it been released 5 Dispite the next-gen gloss Quake 4 feels like a completely old school experience that would have been more impressive had it been released 5 years ago. Although the graphics shine and the scripted sequences make you feel like your in a sci-fi action movie, the gameplay is inescapably crude and inferior and really doesn't feel like that much of a step up from Quake 2. The game becomes repetitive quickly and even the inclusion of a few straightforward driving sequences can't help the experience from feeling stale. However it is the multiplayer in Quake 4 that really hurts the game the most. This is exactly like Quake 3 and although this would have been acceptable half a decade ago, nowadays we have exquisite multiplayer titles such as Halo 2 and Perfect Dark Zero to play and this just can't compare. Overall Quake 4 is only worth a rent at best, and anyone looking for a decent FPS experience on 360 should opt for Perfect Dark Zero or Call of Duty 2 instead. Expand
  7. ben
    Dec 15, 2005
    0
    Crap.
    Im just glad ive now sold my 360 to some complete idiot who was willing to pay £800 for this eggbox.
    and i cant belive that
    Crap.
    Im just glad ive now sold my 360 to some complete idiot who was willing to pay £800 for this eggbox.
    and i cant belive that £49.99 is the asking price for these games.
    get real people compair these games to there PC versions and you will notice 2 things.
    1. the PC version looks better and is smoother
    2. considering that the games are better looking on the PC they are also more than £20 cheaper.
    so it has nothing to do with developing the games its all to do with microsoft selling you a cheap consol and charging you an extra £20 for there games just so they can get there money back. I was realy taken for a complete idiot when i got my 360. im just glad i got rid of it before it cost me anymore money.
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