In terms of first-person shooters, no series equal the Unreal, Quake, and TimeSplitters games in terms of frantic shooter experiences. However, it’s been quite some time since these games were at the forefront of the shooter genre. They’ve been replaced by shooters like Halo and Call of Duty, games that allow for a measure of strategy while you wildly hope to land a shot to someone’s head. Enter Nexuiz, a game that has come quite some way from what was originally a 2005 open-sourced PC game based on a Quake mod. It’s fast-paced and attempts to fill the niche of ridiculously fast first-person shooters, but does Nexuiz do justice to its legacy?