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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-08-2019, 06:11 AM
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WOW AWESOME

if you want to play quake2 with modern graphics go looks at DF retro youtube for quake 2

thx i'll check this out.

what's the graphically most advanced quake 2 port now, is it this vulkan version?
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thx i'll check this out.

what's the graphically most advanced quake 2 port now, is it this vulkan version?
i have not check this out but i doubt this is the most advanced, this is just a vulkan renderer

but there are advanced mods for replaying the game with newer models, hd textures, bloom, blur, anything you want reallly decent at least for x360/ps3 gen of graphics

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Quake, Quake II, and Quake 3 Arena (or OpenArena) are my most played games these days since building my retro rig and retiring my i7. I say this is great, we need more retro game love.

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