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Competently assembled compact ID quality and style map. Lacks a bit in gameplay, compared with ID maps.

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Competent and enjoyable, but definitely showing its age. As part of an episode of half a dozen maps, it would be really nice; but as a standalone in 2015, it can’t be scored higher than three stars.

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I was torn between giving this a 3 and a 4. On one hand, the gameplay is slightly repetitive: press a switch to open a door, fight a couple enemies, then press another switch, etc. On the other hand, the architecture is quite nice, with obvious attention to detail, and the map feels very similar to the original Quake maps without being a retread.

Horror Erotique on The Quake Grave

This is a very short and sweet map. Quick to play but it does a lot of things right!

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The architecture is the strongpoint of the map. For early 1997, it’s just gorgeous, and is a treat to explore.

But as stated by others, the gameplay isn’t the greatest. The beginning is kind of brutal, with fighting against bullet sponges in a cramped space. I also didn’t quite like the constant slapping enemies in your face.

If the gameplay was a bit better, I’d consider rating this 5/5 for the time, but as it is, 4/5.