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GENRE First-Person Shooter 
PLAYERS 1- 32 
PUBLISHER Activision 
DEVELOPER Splash Damage 
T Contains Mild Blood, Mild Language, Violence

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Big caliber shootin' there. Hope you like to rocket-jump.

click to enlargeRemember when your elementary school teacher asked you what you wanted to be when you grew up? What a fun game, right? So what if you took the game too seriously and you couldn't choose, it was an important question, damn it. Well, here you are years later, checking GR’s website when you really should be preparing those TPS reports. Maybe if you had figured your crap out before graduating college with a degree in Mass Comm [Editor's Note: Hey! That's my degree. :( ], you wouldn’t be here, reading this, procrastinating that.

Good news for your undecided ass, the long-awaited team-oriented Quake sequel is finally coming out. Maybe. And it’s going to be awesome. Maybe. In any case, you’ll love the endless options and asymmetrical balancing of human vs. Strogg multiplayer battles. In Enemy Territory, you will choose your role—soldier, medic, engineer, field ops, or covert ops—and battle it out with other Walter MItty's across the world in strategic firefights.

Will you be the engineer to build up the anti-vehicle emplacement, the field ops guy to call in an air strike on it, or the solider who drives your vehicle into it? Oh, why choose now? There’s still time.

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