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System Requirements: 3D graphics accelerator with full OpenGL support, Pentium II 233 MHz or AMD 350 MHz K6-2 processor or Athlon processor, 64 MB RAM, 8 MB video card, 500 MB of free hard drive space, 100% DirectX 3.0 or higher compatible sound card, CD-ROM drive

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Team Arena No boxart  Embarassed
Description: Never before have the forces aligned. United by name and by cause, The Fallen, Pagans, Crusaders, Intruders, and Stroggs must channel their power into an allied operation where teamwork is the only method of mass destruction. Four distinct games test each troop’s synthesis and strength to exacting degrees. Cooperation is the only course of action, and war, the only alternative. Soldiers once alone in their struggle, now face the Arena as one.
System Requirements:     *  Full version of Quake III Arena for Windows® * 3-D Hardware Accelerator with full OpenGL® support     * Pentium II(R) 300 Mhz     * Or AMD® 350 Mhz K6®-2 processor or Athlon® processor     * Windows 95/98/ME/NT 4.0/2000 operating system     * 64 MB RAM     * 16 MB video card     * 400 MB of uncompressed hard disk space for each game     * 100MB of free hard drive space for the Windows swap file (in addition to install space)     * A 100% Windows® 95/98/ME/NT 4.0/2000-compatible computer system (including compatible 32-bit drivers for CD-ROM drive , video card, sound card and input devices)     * 100% DirectX 3.0 or higher compatible sound card     * 100% Microsoft-compatible mouse and driver     * Quad-speed CD-ROM drive (600 K/sec. sustained transfer rate)

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While Quake III Arena’s focus may be its multiplayer deathmatch component, it does have a single-player mode. When playing alone, you can go up against artificial intelligence-controlled bots. The bots do their best to act like human players, and on the higher difficulty settings, they put up an excellent fight. Each bot has different characteristics that govern the way it fights. The portly biker chick Lucy tends to duck a lot. Xaero, a Zen master and the final boss of the single-player mode, is also master of the railgun. The single-player mode is a lot like the kind in an arcade-fighting game, such as Mortal Kombat. You’ll move through several different competitive tiers, each with different arenas and bots. At the end of each tier is a one-on-one showdown; these fights take place in smaller, tournament-style arenas. The bots are downright chatty – when you get a group of them together, they’ll hold small conversations with each other, which are displayed in text onscreen. In team games, you can order bots around, or even let a bot take control of your team and tell you what to do.

The team arena expansion focused on team gameplay through new game modes and new weapons, items, and player models.

Minimum Requirements •Win95/98/NT4.0
P233MMX w/ 8MB video card OR PII266MHz w/ 4MB video card OR AMD 350MHz K6-2 w/ 4MB video card
25MB hard drive space

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