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Quake 4
North American PC box art for Quake 4
Developer(s) Raven Software, id Software
Publisher(s) Activision, Aspyr Media, 1C Company
Engine Doom 3 Engine (id Tech 4)
Latest version 1.4.2 Patch 1.4.2 Demo
Release date(s) October 18, 2005 (Windows)
October 20, 2005 (Linux)
November 22, 2005 (Xbox 360)
April 5, 2006 (Mac)
Genre(s) First-person shooter
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Rating(s) BBFC: 18
ESRB: M (Mature)
OFLC (Australia): MA 15+
OFLC (New Zealand): R16
PEGI: 18+
USK: 16+ (censored version)
Platform(s) PC (Linux, Mac OS X, Windows), Xbox 360
Media CD-ROM, DVD
System requirements Linux 2.4+, Mac OS X 10.3.9+ (PowerPC, x86) or Windows 2000/XP, Athlon XP 2000+, Pentium 4 2.0 GHz or G4 1.67 GHz CPU, 512 MB RAM, 2.8 GB hard disk space, sound card, OpenGL compatible 64 MB graphics card, Radeon 9500 or GeForce 3
Input Keyboard, Mouse, Gamepad

Quake 4 is the fourth title in the series of Quake FPS computer games. It was developed by Raven Software and distributed by Activision. Raven Software has collaborated with id Software, the creators and usual developers of Quake games in the past. In this case, id Software supervised the development of the game as well as providing the Doom 3 engine, now referred to as 'id Tech 4', upon which it was built. Quake 4 went gold in early October 2005 and was released on October 18, 2005 for the PC, and later for the Xbox 360 and the Apple Macintosh. A special DVD Collectors Edition also exists, including promotional material and the game Quake II with its expansions. The Xbox 360 version of Quake 4 is based on the Special Collectors Edition, and therefore also includes Quake II. Image File history File links Box art for Quake 4. ... A video game developer is a software developer (a business or an individual) that creates video games. ... 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Contents

Story

The Quake 4 single player mode continues the story of Quake II by pitting the player against a cyborg alien race known as the Strogg. The game follows the story of a marine named Matthew Kane who is a member of the fabled Rhino Squad. Following the success of the protagonist of Quake II in destroying the Strogg's leader, the Makron, the Rhinos are tasked with spearheading the mission to finally secure the alien's home planet Stroggos. In the course of the invasion, the squad ship is shot down and crashes in the middle of a battle zone, separating Kane from his companions.[1] Kane eventually rejoins his scattered team members and partakes in the assault against the Strogg. Quake II, released on December 6, 1997, is a first person shooter computer game developed by id Software and distributed by Activision. ... For other uses, see Cyborg (disambiguation). ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... For other uses, see Race (disambiguation). ... The Makron from Quake 4 The Strogg are a fictional alien race who serve as the primary antagonists in the Quake videogame series, specifically Quake II and Quake 4. ... A Marine is an elite warrior whose primary function is to serve aboard a ship and/or assault the land from the sea in amphibious warfare. ... Matthew Kane is the protagonist of the computer game Quake 4. ... In the fire service a Squad is a Engine Company with a compliment of rescue tools. ... The Makron is the final boss of the first-person shooter computer games Quake II and Quake 4. ...


After performing a number of tasks, such as destroying and capturing Strogg aircraft hangars and defense systems,[2][3] Kane and his remaining squad members make it to the USS Hannibal. There they are given their next mission: infiltrating one of the Strogg's central communication hubs, the Tetranode, with an electromagnetic pulse bomb in the hope that it will put the main Strogg Nexus in disarray. Kane is tasked with defending the mission convoy,[4] which takes heavy casualties. After many setbacks, including the destruction of the EMP device by a Strogg ambush, Kane is left to complete the mission, assisted only by Private Johann Strauss and Lance Corporal Nikolai "Sledge" Slidjonovitch. Strauss figures out a way to destroy the core by shutting down its coolant systems. As Kane reaches the entrance to the Tetranode, however, he is greeted by two rocket-equipped network guardians - as well as the newly constructed Makron. The Makron easily defeats Kane and knocks him unconscious.[5] The term electromagnetic pulse (EMP) has the following meanings: electromagnetic radiation from an explosion (especially a nuclear explosion) or an intensely fluctuating magnetic field caused by Compton-recoil electrons and photoelectrons from photons scattered in the materials of the electronic or explosive device or in a surrounding medium. ... Look up nexus in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... A Private is a soldier of the lowest military rank (equivalent to Nato Rank Grades OR-1 to OR-3 depending on the force served in). ... Lance Corporal (LCpl or L/Cpl) is a military rank used by some elements of the British, Commonwealth, and U.S. armed forces. ... The Makron is the final boss of the first-person shooter computer games Quake II and Quake 4. ...


When Kane finally awakens, he finds himself strapped to a conveyor belt in the Strogg "Medical Facilities", a structure used for turning those captured and killed by the aliens either into protein food or additional Strogg units. In a long and gruesome first-person cutscene, Kane is taken through this stroggification process which violently replaces much of his anatomy with bio-mechanical parts. Before the final controlling neurochip implanted in his brain can be activated, though, Rhino Squad bursts into the facility and rescues Kane.[6] After escaping through the Strogg medical facility and Waste Disposal plant, fighting off zombie-like half-stroggified humans along the way, Kane is forced to combat his former commander, Lieutenant Scott Voss, who has been fully stroggified into a powerful mechanized monster. (Voss nevertheless retains his own consciousness long enough to warn Kane.)[7] After defeating this threat, Kane and the remaining marines finally make it back to the Hannibal. A neurochip is a chip (integrated circuit/microprocessor) that is designed for the interaction with neuronal cells. ... Lieutenant is a military, naval, paramilitary, fire service or police officer rank. ...


The commanders realize that Kane's Strogg physiology has opened up new possibilities for defeating the Strogg, as he can be used to infiltrate locations previously impenetrable to human forces. The new plan is to directly target the Strogg Core, a huge centralized brain-like structure which controls the alien forces. Rhino and Raven Squads are tasked with infiltrating the three data processing towers adjacent to the Nexus, a huge data storage and processing tower. There, they will power up the teleporter used to access the Nexus and send Kane in. Once inside, Kane will travel to the center of the Nexus to destroy the Core and its guardian. For other uses, see Brain (disambiguation). ...


After infiltrating the facility and realigning the data nodes powering the teleporter, and destroying its fearsome "Guardian" creature,[8] Kane finally reaches the Nexus core. There he meets the Makron in a final showdown and kills him. This done, he destroys the Core and returns to the Hannibal. Celebrating with Rhino Squad afterward, Kane receives word that he has new orders ...[9]


Gameplay

Single Player

Gameplay features include vehicle-based combat with several vehicles introduced throughout the game, and squad-based combat on occasions where Rhino Squad fights alongside Kane, including medics and technicians in his squad who can heal him or repair his armor. Around a third of the way through the game, events lead to Kane being captured and then partially Stroggified — that is, turned into a Strogg — but the process is interrupted by Marines before completion so Kane retains his free will. This turn of events allows for more gameplay changes, including the ability to understand Strogg communications and use Strogg health stations, as well as a change to the player's HUD (Head-Up Display). This plot device also advances the story in different directions.
Quake 4's campaign differs from that of its spiritual predecessor (Quake 2) in that the main protagonist is not stranded or alone behind enemy lines. The team and squad-based gameplay replaces the sense of hostile aloneness with a sense of organized assault. The protagonist of Quake 4 is given a name and can sometimes be seen from a third-person point of view, which contrasts the mysterious unseen protagonist of Quake 2. This article is about the title or occupation. ... A technician is generally someone in a technological field who has a relatively practical understanding of the general theoretical principles of that field, e. ... Armor or armour (see spelling differences) is protective clothing intended to defend its wearer from intentional harm in combat and military engagements, typically associated with soldiers. ... Free-Will is a Japanese independent record label founded in 1986. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... A plot device is a person or an object introduced to a story to affect or advance the plot. ...


Multiplayer

Multiplayer modes are Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Tourney, Capture the Flag, Arena CTF and DeadZone. Players at Quakecon reported the multiplayer gameplay to include elements similar to those in previous Quake games such as Strafe-jumping or Rocket jumping. Notable new additions to play are the ability to send shots through the teleporters and the advancement of the game physics provided by the new technology including the ability to bounce grenades off the jump-pads. Deathmatch (abbreviated DM) is a widely-used gameplay mode very well integrated into first-person shooter computer games. ... For other uses, see Capture the flag (disambiguation). ... The Official QuakeCon logo QuakeCon is a bring-your-own-computer computer gaming event held every year in Dallas, Texas, USA. The event, which is named after id Softwares game Quake, sees thousands of gamers from all over the world attend every year to celebrate the companys gaming... Strafe-jumping is a form of trickjump used to increase a players speed in computer games based on the Quake engine and now the Doom 3 engine. ... Rocket jumping is a method of increasing a players jumping ability in a computer or video game. ... Teleportation is the movement of objects or elementary particles from one place to another, more or less instantaneously, without traveling through space. ...


Like the previous Quake games the multiplayer has a client-server architecture. The network code has been altered from Doom 3, allowing for larger numbers of players on each server (Doom 3 has a four player restriction, whereas Quake 4 has a standard 16 player limit). One of the changes to the network code is a move from the per-polygon hit detection system used in Doom 3 back to using hit-box system like most other online first-person shooters such as other Quake games and Half-Life. Half-Life For a quantity subject to exponential decay, the half-life is the time required for the quantity to fall to half of its initial value. ...


Five of the more popular mods for Quake 4 are Q4MAX, XBM, DeltaCTF, GTR and Q4SupremacyMod.[citation needed] Q4MAX is the most developed of these, offering many HUD, frame-rate, and gameplay tweaks and fixes.[citation needed] Q4MAX is used for the majority of tournaments, and used by the Cyberathlete Professional League.[citation needed] The Cyberathlete Professional League (CPL) is a professional sports tournament organization specializing in computer and console video games. ...


Nicknames can be colorized with most keyboards by typing the ^ character, followed by 0 through 9 to specify the color. Using idm0 or iw00 through iw09 will display images varying from a skull, to various weapon symbols. Most often used for nicknames under multiplayer, these character sequences can be typed into config files, the console, and chat text.


Bots

Quake 4 came without any bots for multiplayer play. User-made bots for practicing offline for users with only a dial-up connection or filling LAN servers are being developed by many dedicated fans of the game. Two prominent bots are Jarad "TinMan" Hansen's SABot (a.k.a Stupid Angry Bot) and Alpha Omni-bot, which perform very well on the retail multiplayer map packs as well as user-created custom maps. There is also the Oak Bot which is still in development. Bots are also in development as part of Q4MAX. This article needs additional references or sources for verification. ... In telecommunication, the term dial-up has the following meanings: Dial-up access, typically to the Internet A service feature in which a user initiates service on a previously arranged trunk or transfers, without human intervention, from an active trunk to a standby trunk. ... Lan can stand for several things: A local area network Lan (airline) formerly LanChile Lan Peru Län, a kind of administrative division used in Sweden Lan Mandragoran, a fictional character in the Wheel of Time fantasy series by Robert Jordan. ...


Critical response

Reviews of the game were generally favorable for the PC version of the game, with game databases Metacritic and MobyGames giving the game aggregate review scores of 79/100 and 81/100 respectively.[10][11] Websites and magazines such as IGN and UGO praised its single-player campaign, graphics and Hollywood voice-acting, but complained that its multiplayer was too much like Quake III's. Gamespot gave Quake 4 a 8.0 and it also said: "The single-player is great fun, but the uninspired multiplayer leaves a lot to be desired." A few days after release the majority of reviews gave Quake 4 scores of 80–90%. PC Gamer Magazine gave Quake 4 a good review [12] for both singleplayer and multiplayer gameplay. // PC may stand for: Personal computer, the primary computing device for consumers Polycarbonate, a plastic polymer Political correctness, language that appears calculated to provide a minimum of offense Police Constable (also PC), in the UK and Canada Posterior commissure, brain landmark commonly used in biomedical image processing Presbyterian Church (USA... Metacritic is a website that collates reviews of music albums, games, movies, TV shows, DVDs and books. ... MobyGames is a website devoted to cataloging computer and video games, both past and present. ... For other uses, see IGN (disambiguation). ... UGO Networks, Incorporated is a website providing coverage of online media in entertainment for males age 18-34. ... GameSpot is a video gaming website that provides news, reviews, previews, downloads, and other information. ...


The Xbox 360 version of the game fared considerably worse with critics when it was released, scoring only 74/100 on Metacritic, and 75/100 on MobyGames averaged scores.[13][14]EGM gave a mixed rating to the Xbox 360 port, claiming that the single-player campaign was not creative enough to compete with other games such as Half-Life 2 and Halo 2 and that the game ran poorly on the 360. Gamespot gave it a worse rating than the PC version: 6.6. They also wrote, "There's a good game in Quake 4, but it's buried under several layers of highly disappointing graphical performance issues." Metacritic is a website that collates reviews of music albums, games, movies, TV shows, DVDs and books. ... MobyGames is a website devoted to cataloging computer and video games, both past and present. ... Electronic Gaming Monthly (often abbreviated to EGM) is an American video game magazine. ... It has been suggested that Xbox 360 Elite be merged into this article or section. ... Half-Life 2 (HL2) is a science fiction first-person shooter computer game that is the sequel to Half-Life. ... This article is about the video game. ... GameSpot is a video gaming website that provides news, reviews, previews, downloads, and other information. ...


Versions

Quake 4 was released at the launch of the Xbox 360 and is Xbox Live compatible. Due to the fact that Quake 4 needed to be developed in a short time period in order to meet the launch of the Xbox 360, there have been major issues with framerates for the console adaptation, earning it the award for Most Aggravating Frame Rate / Best Slideshow in the GameSpot.com Best and Worst of 2005 list. These framerate issues only occur in the rare instance where many enemies and large explosions are occurring on screen at the same time and the game is using the Standard Definition video setting. When played in High Definition, however, framerate issues occur more frequently due to increased processing demands at the higher resolution. In addition, the Xbox 360 port of Quake 4 has very long load times and Xbox Live glitches that result in problematic multiplayer experiences, as documented by game review sites as well as on Activision's support pages for the Xbox 360 version. This version was initially priced the same as the PC Special Edition DVD and features the same content. Unlike the PC version, however, as of July 2007 the Xbox 360 version has not received any patches to fix its numerous problems. It has been suggested that Xbox 360 Elite be merged into this article or section. ... Xbox Live is a subscription-based online gaming service for Microsofts Xbox and Xbox 360 video game consoles. ...


Aspyr Media published and released Quake 4 for Mac OS X, on April 5, 2006 as a universal binary, compatible with both PowerPC- and x86-based Macs. Mac OS X (IPA: ) is a line of graphical operating systems developed, marketed, and sold by Apple Inc. ... is the 95th day of the year (96th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Universal Binary Logo A Universal binary is — in Apple Computers parlance — an application bundle that runs natively on both PowerPC- and x86 (Intel)-based Macintosh computers. ... PowerPC is a RISC microprocessor architecture created by the 1991 Apple–IBM–Motorola alliance, known as AIM. Originally intended for personal computers, PowerPC CPUs have since become popular embedded and high-performance processors as well. ... Intel Pentium 4 (Northwood version), one example out of a huge number of x86 implementations from Intel, AMD, and others. ... The first Macintosh computer, introduced in 1984, upgraded to a 512K Fat Mac. The Macintosh or Mac, is a line of personal computers designed, developed, manufactured, and marketed by Apple Computer. ...


id Software continued its tradition of supporting Linux by releasing a Linux version of the Quake 4 binary executable. The game can be downloaded for free from id's servers, though it requires a licensed copy of Quake 4 for Windows in order to run. The Linux installer was made available two days after the release of the game itself. id Software (IPA: officially, though originally ) is an American computer game developer based in Mesquite, Texas, a suburb of Dallas. ... This article is about operating systems that use the Linux kernel. ...


At the spring 2007 IDF exhibition Intel Corp. demoed Q4RT, a raytraced version of Quake4, running on a blade server composed of four Core 2 Quad based machines. [1] Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC, SEHK: 4335), founded in 1968 as Integrated Electronics Corporation, is an American multinational corporation that is best known for designing and manufacturing microprocessors and specialized integrated circuits. ... A ray traced scene. ... Core 2 Duo brand logo This article is about Intel processors branded as Intel Core 2. ...


References

  1. ^ Quake 4 Game Guide:Air Defense Bunker. Gamepressure.com. Retrieved on December 18, 2006.
  2. ^ Quake 4 Game Guide:Interior Hangar. Gamepressure.com. Retrieved on December 18, 2006.
  3. ^ Quake 4 Game Guide:MCC Landing Site. Gamepressure.com. Retrieved on December 18, 2006.
  4. ^ Quake 4 Game Guide:Canyon. Gamepressure.com. Retrieved on December 18, 2006.
  5. ^ Quake 4 Game Guide:Nexus Hub. Gamepressure.com. Retrieved on December 18, 2006.
  6. ^ Quake 4 Game Guide:Strogg Medical Facilities. Gamepressure.com. Retrieved on December 18, 2006.
  7. ^ Quake 4 Game Guide:Waste Processing Facility. Gamepressure.com. Retrieved on December 18, 2006.
  8. ^ Quake 4 Game Guide:Data Networking Security. Gamepressure.com. Retrieved on December 18, 2006.
  9. ^ Quake 4 Game Guide:The Nexus. Gamepressure.com. Retrieved on December 18, 2006.
  10. ^ Metacritic PC Review score compilation. metacritic.com. Retrieved on January 03, 2007.
  11. ^ Mobygames PC Review score compilation. mobygames.com. Retrieved on June 6, 2007.
  12. ^ Quake 4 Review by Matthew D. Sarrel. PC Gamer MAgazine (February 2007). Retrieved on 2007-02-20.
  13. ^ Metacritic Xbox 360 Review score compilation. metacritic.com. Retrieved on January 03, 2007.
  14. ^ Mobygames Xbox 360 Review score compilation. mobygames.com. Retrieved on June 6, 2007.

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External links

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General Resources
Multiplayer Modifications
  • Q4MAX
  • DeltaCTF
  • X-Battle
  • GTR

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