Games of the Year

Quake Champions

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Quake Champions delivers the dark mythos of the first Quake combined with the groundbreaking multiplayer mayhem of Quake III Arena with a major modern twist – Champions. These fierce warriors each wield unique attributes and abilities, enabling players to compete in their own distinctive style, while adding an additional layer of strategy to the game. Key Features The Next Great Quake Multiplayer Game Quake’s signature rocket jumping, skill-based competition, and incredible speed remains intact, providing veterans with a welcome return and new players a fresh way to showcase their multiplayer skills. Incredible, Diverse Champions Quake Champions introduces a roster of elite Champions, each equipped with unique attributes and abilities that are additive to Quake’s established gameplay. Champion skills offer a great variety to fit your play style. Uncompromising Weapons, Ready for Battle Quake’s devastating arsenal of flesh-chewing weaponry, including fan-favorites like the thunderous Rocket Launcher, electrifying Lightning Gun, and snipe-tastic Railgun are back alongside new additions for you to master. Intense Game Modes Established and beloved game modes return, including the gib-filled fragfests of Deathmatch and Team Deathmatch and the competitive fury of 1v1 Duel mode, while a new team-based mode, Sacrifice, joins the fray.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous

Quake Champions is still the best classic deathmatch shooter.

Fast paced, quick damage, quick kills, quick moves - modern shooters rarely have those features.

I liked this game from the very beginning and still like it. If you have a free minute, I go to play with pleasure

The game has very high skill requirements, but is still great to play with friends in a private lobby. Original fast-paced cybersporty shooter, where you can die and kill with a matter of seconds. Lots of secondary mechanics to keep in mind - armor, individual health, rocket jumps, self damage, spawn timers and personal abilities.

This game will settle which one of you is the real cyber-shooting master... until the next round starts.

Review from Steam

Nobody is going to read this anyways, so I'm Gay

Review from Steam

Slowly getting better with every patch
Nobody is going to read this anyways, so i'll say that i'm lesbian

Review from Steam

I love how people say 1000 players isn't enough to find games. Bunch of dumbos. Don't listen to these fools, I've spent 1 minute in queue max so far. This is the problem with steam reviews, idiots can say whatever they want about a game they don't like, and it tanks the games reputation. Only because you listen to some nobody talk crap about a game you haven't even tried.

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Review from Steam

It's Quake. It's free. You can unlock stuff or purchase it with currency. Sick rails. Call your mom, tell her you won a match. Sleep alone. Go to QuakeCon. Be less alone for a few days. Then COVID. No in person QuakeCon. Disappointment. Play more Quake. Wait for life to have meaning. The end.

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Before I played Quake Champions i had a small wee wee, no friends, no girlfriend, depression and absolutely no will to live. None of these things have changed, but the game is pretty good.

Review from Steam

Called dark zone "the minecraft map" and got instantly banned

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