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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars
Game Description:Enemy Territory: Quake Wars pits the armies of Earth against the invading alien Strogg in an online strategic shooter. Players choose to battle as one of five unique classes in either the EDF (Earth Defense Force -- humans) or the barbaric alien Strogg armies. Troops use 40+ conventional and futuristic vehicles, deployable structures, and defense systems like quad-bikes, tanks, and alien walkers for epic ground assaults; or helicopters and anti-gravity ships to lend firepower from the air. Throughout each battle, teams establish bases, deploy defense structures, artillery, radar, and advanced forward-command systems into enemy territory while constructing and demolishing obstacles to speed progress and gain a tactical advantage over the enemy.
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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars News

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  • Will id Software Work With Splash Damage Again? There's Potential, Says id

    A big reason id Software signed with ZeniMax Media is to bulk up internally. Traditionally, id has worked on a single project, with other franchises exported elsewhere. id won't be able to work with Raven Software again because its owned by Activision, but Splash Damage, who worked with id on Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, is engaged in a...

    Posted June 29, 2009

    Will id Software Work With Splash Damage Again? There's Potential, Says id
  • Splash Damage's Next Game Hyped As 'Genre-Breaker,' No Game Details Revealed

    Enemy Territory: Quake Wars didn't light the world on fire, but could developer Splash Damage really be onto something with their next project? Collaborator and publisher Bethesda Softworks seems to think so, hyping Splash Damage's still-unrevealed new game as a "first person shooter" that's a "genre breaker" in an interview...

    Posted May 11, 2009| 4 Comments

    Splash Damage's Next Game Hyped As 'Genre-Breaker,' No Game Details Revealed
  • Carmack Brings 'Wolfenstein 3D' To iPhone

    id Software's John Carmack, the man who designed the engines for Doom, Wolfenstein 3D, and Quake, has personally overseen the development of Wolfenstein 3D for iPhone, the first project that id has done for the Apple platform. Originally, the intent was for id to do a version of Orcs & Elves, but that didn't pan out. And he was presented...

    Posted March 25, 2009| 5 Comments

    Carmack Brings 'Wolfenstein 3D' To iPhone
  • Splash Damage Moving To Consoles, Disses 'Halo 3' And 'Call of Duty 4'

    Splash Damage, the development studio behind Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, is going to be focusing on console development in the future. Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (Console) Review Watch Larger Version of this Video That didn't stop them from throwing some sideways insults at Halo 3 and Call of Duty 4. The company's founder, Paul Wedgwood,...

    Posted November 12, 2008| 42 Comments

    Splash Damage Moving To Consoles, Disses 'Halo 3' And 'Call of Duty 4'
  • QuakeCon Gallery of PC Mods

    A gallery has emerged from QuakeCon that features some pretty sweet PC case mods. Our favorite is the BBQ, but we also think you'll enjoy the Lego case and perhaps the Master Chief Case converted from a Legendary Pack helmet. Follow the link below for the rest. news.bigdownload.com: QuakeCon 2008: The case of the PC case mods

    Posted August 1, 2008| 1 Comment

    QuakeCon Gallery of PC Mods
  • QuakeCon 2008 Details

    QuakeCon 2008 is in the house! Actually it's in a convention center in Dallas, but the point is, it's happening. See below for the list of Quake-related activities going down. - QUAKE LIVE Championships pro tournament. 1-on-1 tourney and a Capture the Flag Team tourney both valued at the strangely arbitrary $12,500. - Enemy Territory: QUAKE...

    Posted July 10, 2008

    QuakeCon 2008 Details
  • Valve Hacker, 'Quake,' Thief Caught

    Dutch police have captured a hacker (not pictured at right) who has stolen around 50,000 credit card numbers and racked up $2 million in damage along his merry purchasing way. He also hacked into Valve's servers and purloined credit card numbers, and also accessed Activisions' computers, stealing Enemy Territory: Quake Wars while it was still...

    Posted June 30, 2008| 7 Comments

    Valve Hacker, 'Quake,' Thief Caught
  • Updated 'ET:QW' Demo Available Now

    Our friends over at FileFront.com have an updated demo of Enemy Territory: Quake Wars for your enjoyment. The update brings the demo in line with the recent changes made the retail release and can be downloaded as a full version or update right here. Watch Larger Version of this Video FileFront.com: Updated Enemy Territory: Quake Wars...

    Posted October 15, 2007| 4 Comments

    Updated 'ET:QW' Demo Available Now
  • Quake Wars: Enemy Territory Game Preview

    Watch Larger Version of this Video Feel like getting your world rocked? Well, Todd Hollenshead of id Software chats about the latest in the Quake Wars franchise, Enemy Territory for PC (released today). You'll get an in-depth loook at what went into the making of this first-person shooter online strategy game and how the fine folks at id are...

    Posted October 2, 2007| 5 Comments

    Quake Wars: Enemy Territory Game Preview
  • Enemy Territory: Quake Wars - Human Juicifier

    Posted: May 9, 2008

    2,194 Views | 01:15 | 1 Comment

  • Trailer: Enemy Territory - Quake Wars

    Posted: April 23, 2008

    2,434 Views | 02:11

  • Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Review

    Posted: October 26, 2007

    8,474 Views | 02:03 | 2 Comments

  • Enemy Territory: Quake Wars

    Posted: May 10, 2006

    332 Views | 04:41


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