You can now play an ultra-rare Quake arcade cabinet at home – Ars Technica
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Video of Quake Arcade Tournament Edition, featuring the “Instaprize!” backpacks.
Since its 1996 PC release, id’s seminal shooter Quake has been ported to everything from flip phones and smartphones to game consoles and Web browsers. But even many serious fans of the series don’t know about Quake Arcade Tournament Edition (Quake ATE), an officially licensed version of the game that ran on custom arcade cabinets.Even among those who know about it, few ever got a …