Quake 4 is more like Doom 3 than it is like Quake III. It’s also quite a bit like Quake II, but not much like the original Quake at all. PC demo version shown.
This is where you can check out our Quick Rinse videos along with any trailers we have also found to be interesting.
In his latest id Software Quick Rinse, Darren Gargette bottles out of playing Quake III: Arena veterans online in favour of some low skill AI. PC version shown.
Darren Gargette’s id Software retrospective continues with 1997’s Quake II. PC version shown.
id Software re-released Doom 3 in (arguably) ‘enhanced’ form in 2012 by way of the BFG Edition. Warning: viewers may be exposed to effeminate screaming. PC version shown.
Darren Gargette revisits ‘vanilla’ Doom 3 before his look at the BFG Edition, coming very soon. PC version shown.
Running around, blowing stuff up, id Software style, in Quake. More accurately watching Darren Gargette get slaughtered by Fiends and Shamblers. Modified PC version shown.
Darren Gargette continues his id Software retrospective with Doom II: Hell on Earth from 1994. PC version shown.
Arguably the Godfather of the modern first person shooter, Darren Gargette demonstrates why Doom is still fun to play in the modern era. PC version shown.
Dave “The Unstoppable Games Animal” Perry would be jealous of Darren “dezm0nd” Gargette’s Super Mario 64 skills. Darren owns the original PAL N64 cartridge but is capturing the game emulated on PC here. You can […]
Darren Gargette travels back in time, not literally, to revisit rare’s beloved N64 classic Diddy Kong Racing from Christmas 1997. Does it hold up after years of countless mascot themed racing games? Kong and have […]