A.T. Hun from The Haus wrote in to let us know that he has posted a review of relnev’s Quake2 source port. The review covers the eased setup and install procedure, compiling, configuration, and timedemo results.
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The author of that review was verry clean and well spoken.[br]
I just bought my second Quake2 CDROM for my second computer. I was Electronics Boughtique and I could’ve either payed $19.99 US for Quake2 in the original box or I could’ve purchased an Activision value-pack for $10 which included all the full commercial versions of Quake2, Dark Reign 2, BattleZone 2, and Heavy Gear 2 (Sigh…Loki…).
I only wish Activision could give some more business to Lokigames for their many titles. People should be able to enjoy their games on every computer platform and operating system and Lokigames made it happen for Linux. I bought half of Loki’s games from retail stores and would like to buy some more darnit.