It seems that Rinnegatamante never quite gets tired of developing stuff for the PSVita and this time, he brought us vitaQuake II 2.0 which takes this 1997 game to a whole new level! Among the new features that vitaQuake II version 2.0 brings along, we find:
Support for high resolution texture packs so that you can play Quake II with textures that are much more detailed(Texture pack used is this one)
These will surely lengthen load times and might hit performance so expect these to happen when using higher resolution texture packs.
Textures in TGA and JPG format are now supported which means that many mods found online can be installed
Official mission packs can now be played on vitaQuake II so you can get more Quake II action if that’s your thing!
There are 2 official mission packs which are called The Reckoning and Ground Zero
The keyboard in the Quake II console is now accessible by pressing SELECT while in-game
Better performance thanks to optimisation of rendering code, reduced memory usage and improved analogue stick accuracy
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