Starting off things on a high note this week with the 678
to 614 vote win over PlanetDeusEx
Joints. Thanks to everyone that voted and
your help is required once again as PlanetHalf-Life
is our next oppenent. As usual, Jube told us our fragging
future in the latest issue of QuakeScopes.
Abomonog and Musashi both breathed more life
into Quake II with Kryptonite and Quake2maX as the LotW
of the Week. We found out that production of a new version
has started, a test of Pwrweapons using the Torque Game Engine
released from the NoESCape
team and ATI are going to
give away $100,000 in cash at QuakeCon
2002. I can taste the money now.
Reality got in the picture this week, as the team from Navy
Seals: Covert Operations gave us some insight of the next
beta release, Race from the True
Combat did some Q&A and there was talk of both beta
2.6 and 3.0 from the Urban
Terror team and TwentySeven updated his plan over
If you are one of those lazy mappers who forgets to add the
.arena file when mapping, be sure to thank Mr.LyCon
as he released Q3 ArenaWriter, an .arena file writer
utility and at the start of the week, a small fast paced Q3
tourney map called Neotech (Neo Nemesis). To finish
off the news highlights, Challenge-US
interviewed the undefeated and winner of the Genocide
5 QW TDM Tourney and QuakeWorld clan, American
All I'm going to say is that all you CTF extremist out there
are going to be happy as I will be review quite a number of
CTF maps in the following weeks for LotW.
So stay tuned.
Stump the Chump
Last Week's Question was:
Jube needs a new yellow Alienware
computer system. What would she have to do in order to get
a donation from you?
The Answer Is:
I have no idea, as I don't have access to IceStorm's
The Winners Were:
All the people that entered. I'm sure you all wrote nice
responses. I hope. . .
This Week's Question is:
is going to win it at Acid
the correct answer and the winner or winners will be posted
in next week's PQ in Review.
Got a question? Think you can "Stump the Chump" with
the ultimate question? Well, just e-mail ZNMS!
From the brain of ZNMS
Been in the PlanetQuake
Forums alot lately and PHHucker got me thinking. Anyway,
I made a topic entitled, The
best players vs. The nicest people and quite a number
of people have stated their views. Some people have stated
it depends on the situation while some prefer to verse
nice people and I'm with them on that one. As I would
rather verse someone that I know and who doesn't have
an attitude problem when it comes to fragging. It's nice
to play with/against people that congratulate on a good
shot or a hard fought victory. Besides, would you like
to be called certain things by some rude individual because
of your score, ping or skill level?