#1 posted by rj
on 2007/07/10 08:45:46
i'm in on that shit!
#2 posted by Sielwolf
on 2007/07/10 10:44:00
Great to see this released >:D
#3 posted by anonymous user on 2007/07/10 11:06:44
"play is disappointing so far, combat is cramped and pretty tedious. I really like the mapping ideas, though"
#4 posted by negke
on 2007/07/10 12:18:23
Concerning the soundtrack and criticism about its use of Quake sounds: I found them to be quite nice actually, as they added to the atmosphere in my view. Suddenly hearing the drone of a machine, the beeping of a computer terminal or the breath of an enforcer in an ancient temple or cavern gave me the impression that Azoth's forces were constantly around, hiding somewhere near. I liked that.
Probably A Dumb Question
#5 posted by nitin
on 2007/07/10 13:00:09
where do I put the soundtrack?
#6 posted by sassa
on 2007/07/10 13:28:38
cool, I need to try this out
#7 posted by Spirit
on 2007/07/10 13:44:23
#3, quote? what? huh?
nitin: Burn it on CD. Or if you are using Darkplaces (I really don't recommend it here) you can transcode the files to ogg and put them into travail/sound/cdtracks/track002.ogg etc.
I'm off for secret and easter egg search. Didn't even know there were easter eggs. :>
Stupid Question For Sure But...
#8 posted by JPL
on 2007/07/10 14:02:44
... what are you referring to when you are talking about Easter Eggs ? I'm not sure to understand... :P
#9 posted by nitin
on 2007/07/10 14:05:50
my sound card (well I think its my sound card) has problems playing quake with cd music. I was hoping mp3 files would suffice.
#10 posted by Vigil
on 2007/07/10 14:49:10
Easter eggs are messages or features hidden by the developers, like the Dopefish in Quake, or the cow level in Diablo 2.
#11 posted by JPL
on 2007/07/10 14:56:09
Thanks ! I was not sure about its signification ;)
#12 posted by negke
on 2007/07/10 18:21:39
It's also possible to mount the mp3 files as a virtual cd drive of course.
#13 posted by sassa
on 2007/07/10 18:38:43
I put the news on www.quakeworld.nu !
#14 posted by inertia
on 2007/07/10 21:50:24
it's possible to short-circuit (heh pope) some routes, so if things stop making sense... don't be afraid to noclip back to where you came from!
been looking forward to this for a long time.
Rest assured a review will appear at my site. Given the current review backlog and my laziness, the review may take a while to appear. :P
#16 posted by Barnak on 2007/07/10 22:55:02
I played the first episode, while cheating a lot. This level was longer to do than watching a full movie ! Some maps are trully AWESOME ! On some map (can't tell which), I made it in the reverse way after a rocket jump. I was lost and unable to finish that map without cheating.
I didn't made the second episode yet.
The music is very nice. Gives LOTS of atmosphere to the maps. Very well done !
Geez ! I can't believe how this old game isn't dead yet ! :-)
Long live Quake !
#17 posted by nitin
on 2007/07/11 00:38:26
yeah I know, but that doesnt help either :(
Load Saved Games
#18 posted by whimp on 2007/07/11 01:54:30
I use FitzQ and when i load a saved game it crashes. "ED_ParseEntity: Closing brace without data" is the text. Any ideas?
Which Map Does It Happen On?
#19 posted by Preach
on 2007/07/11 01:57:17
It should be resolvable, possibly even by editing the sav file for now. Can't say I've encountered it myself though...
#20 posted by whimp on 2007/07/11 04:51:00
Peideracero or sumtin..
Made It All
#21 posted by Barnak on 2007/07/11 08:45:43
I just finished all three episodes. Okay, I admit I cheated all the way.
But man, this pack ROCKS !
I love it all. First brand quality stuff ! This is now another jewel in my permanent Quake collection. What a pack !
#22 posted by aguirRe
on 2007/07/11 11:00:29
Can you upload the zipped savegame somewhere? I'd like to take a look at it.
#23 posted by inertia
on 2007/07/11 11:54:48
what the FUCK with those secrets
you're killing me ;/
#24 posted by nitin
on 2007/07/12 12:44:30
first 2 maps are very cramped and sticky combat wise. Mapping is good but I'm not a huge fan of this style.
Looking forward to the rest though. And what textures are used for qtdm2?
And I Was Going To Say
#25 posted by nitin
on 2007/07/12 12:53:56
that the first 2 maps reminded me one of scragbit's maps in style, then saw the readme and saw that it's his episode. Duh.