When he began in 1999 on PC,*Quake III: Arena*was a great success thanks to the high iperfrenetica and game speed.*After more than ten years, the game is repeated from Bethesda in the form of Live Arcade, with some improvements in*Quake Arena Arcade.*More than a remake is a real port, this is because despite the texture in high definition graphics engine has not been touched in any way and, as revolutionary at the time, after ten years of age is felt.*
For those not familiar, the title is the multiplayer component as its main feature: we can challenge up to 16 players in more than 40 maps in 6 different game modes.*If we fail to raise enough players, the vacancies may be filled by AI-controlled bots.*Of course, not missing a single player component, which is divided between "practice mode" and a sort of campaign mode which is, however, in having to win several tournaments against other players controlled by the computer: this is basically a simulation of the single-player online mode.*
The gameplay is very hectic, a series of jumps, projected into the air through platforms and so on: although the control system was originally designed for mouse and keyboard, work done by the Bethesda / id Software has done that, albeit with a little 'practice, you can play fairly well with the Xbox 360 joypad.