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#40972 8-Sep-2009 02:47
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Free online Quake 3 in your browser.  Back to the Quake 3 days where bunnyhoping was in and yes we still are all jumping around like idiots blasting each other to bits. Ive notice since last time i played Quake 3 back in 2003 now my skills are pretty dormat I was shown the pavement many times my reaction timing plus mouse skills are way out more practice is needed but gotta love how this game is still fun to play.

Aussie servers good ping around 60 to 120 btw any kiwi servers around? Doesn't really matter as gameplay is excellent

http://www.quakelive.com




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A good friend of mine plays this and thoroughly recommends it. Not bad for a game via browser.




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