Happy Birthday Quake!

glussier

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I know where's my Q1 and 2 are, but it will have to wait tomorrow, as they are pack with other old dvds in the garage. Quake is on sale @ less than $3.00 on steam right now (summer sale).
 
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lol I did have the Quake series in my steam library (but not installed).

DAMN U STEAM SALES!!!!! Let you know how it is.

EDIT: Hey it has a 4k video setting; can't seem to change to it though! :(
 
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glussier

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Even if you play Quake @ a lower resolution, it's not like you are going to be missing much.
 
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i know.

grr...can't remember how to load custom quake mods :mad:

EDIT: Figured it out; how'd we survive these times??? :confused:
 
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glussier

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Lol, at the time we were used to copy files anywhere on our hard-drives. There was also a time where we were used to modify autoexec.bat and config.sys according to our needs. :) Nowadays, people are used to single or double click, when something is more complex they right click. :)
 
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:D fkjadl;jfsjf ajfak ajdf ajfafja f asjfsjf

there was also a time where we were used to modify autoexec.bat and config.sys according to our needs. :)
qemm386 ftw!

Edit: neither Q1 or Q2 have the original music; gonna have to find my cd's :(
 
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glussier

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Oh man, I didn't think about qemm386, even thought I used to be one of their customers. :) Thanks for the memory. :)
 
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Thanks for the link. I learned the mouse while using windows 3 at the beginning of the 90s. :)
 
glussier

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You probably still have very high framerates with so basic graphics, even in 4k resolution, don't you?