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Pappy-R: No. Not that simpler or more complex makes a game good or not. GG is GG!
a madman: I don't mind complex gameplay, but any game that requires more than 14 key binds and three mouse buttons I skip. Guess that covers everything from Deus Ex to MS Flight Simulator '87, huh?
Jube: I liked simple, since I hate reading the manual. But improved graphics are always welcome too. I never made it past the demo of BF1942, just WAY too many keys to bind. Maybe I need a "helper", someone to set up my games for me. ;)
Hellchick: I don't know if they were more fun when they were simpler. I can derive just as much exploding someone with my rocket in 2D as I can in 3D!
Mr. Lake: My offer to make levels for a Sonic The Hedgehog mod still stands. /me cuddles with Sega Genesis.

Pappy-R: Wife? Sarge? He's married to the service, but weekend liberty is another story.
a madman: Hunter. She's the homicidal shaft-loving yin to his cigar-chomping, booze-and-shotguns yang.
Jube: Sarge looks like a grouchy old bastard, I think he needs a woman like Helga to put him in his place and give him some lubbins.
Hellchick: I would.
Mr. Lake: I usually ask my wife "would you like me better if I was Sarge?" But she won't tell me and I think that's a bad sign...

Pappy-R: ...stuff
a madman: I'm pretty sure the SAT never uses "etc" in the answers.
Jube: It all depends... is Eve naked? What kind of apple are we talking?
Hellchick: Do you guys even KNOW what a verbal analogy is?
Mr. Lake: Quake is to eternity at the mercy of your monitor, shackled to your devices, forever segragated from reality, and loving every second of it.

Pappy-R: They all look lethal to me, especially lethal to me.
a madman: The shaft. I can dig it.
Jube: There isn't a gun small enough to keep me from blowing myself to little bits.
Hellchick: BFG10K. Pure love.
Mr. Lake: I'd like to carry a battleship around the arenas. Tomahawk missiles akimbo!

Pappy-R: Belkin Notromo Speedpad, or "Pappy's Sextoy" as Marauder calls it.
a madman: I'm with Pappy here. I've worn the numbers off the keys on mine. Aside from that, gotta have a keyboard sans Windows keys... got a few around here dating back to '85.
Jube: I don't shop around for keyboards. I got used to the cheapies back in the days when I'd go through two a weekend. What a waste of perfectly good beer.
Hellchick: it doesn't matter, because expensive keyboard or cheap, they'll all crumble under my incessant pounding anyway.
Mr. Lake: Hey...respect the Redneck Rampage.

Pappy-R: I'd be willing to NOT sleep with the guys at Raven. Surely that's gotta be worth it!
a madman: Actually, I'd be satisfied just to have my config file stuck in the pak file. "\exec PQ-madman.cfg"
Jube: Well when Q1 came out I had my name legally changed to QuakeGuy, when Q2 came out I changed my name to Cobalt, when Q3 came out I changed my name Hunter. So all that's left to do is wait for Quake IV to come out and see which character they name after me this time!
Hellchick: I would get a job at Activision working with Raven on the title, and then use my position of power to somehow convince them to make a Hellchick Quake 4 character. Man, I hope that happens.
Mr. Lake: They'll do it if they know what's good for 'em.


Who are these people, anyway?

Pappy-R is the PlanetQuake Site Director and ensures that all the coolness on PQ that happens, happens.
a madman is the official PQ Content Manager, and when he's not doing that he's insulting people in the Mailbag. It's a good job.
Jube runs the morning shift around here, and posts more news before 9 am than most people do all day.
Hellchick gave up a promising career in the exciting field of astrophysics to make a job out of playing Quake.
Mr. Lake is the creative director over at Lake's Digital Arts. We keep him in a cage and poke him with sticks until he makes maps. Then we poke him again.


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