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Old August 28, 2007, 05:58 PM
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Default Neoseeker on Enemy Territory: Quake Wars beta performance

The original Quake came out back when a 90 MHz Pentium processor with 8 megabytes of RAM, running with a video card with 2 MB's of video memory, constituted a respectable gaming rig.
Needless to say, the Quake series has been around.
Fast forward to the present: it's the summer of 2007 and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars is in the second stage of an open-beta. In anticipation of this team-based, FPS game hitting the masses on October 2nd, we decided to take a in-depth look at the performance of this game. If you've been looking forward to getting this game for a while, this performance preview will help you decide whether or not your video card is going to cut the mustard




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