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Quake II [PC Game]
Platform: IBM PC Compatible
Publisher: Activision, Inc.
Release Date: November 30, 1997
Developer: id Software, Inc.
Genre: Shooter
UPC: 047875100954
Media: CD-ROM
Rating: ESRB: M (Mature)
System Requirements: Microsoft® Windows® 95 / 98 I
Developed by id Software - Activision (1997) - First-Person Shooter - Rated Mature

After successfully completing a mission in space, your ship was hit by a stray laser blast. You crash landed on an alien world,
filled with countless buildings and cities. As you look around, you realize that the only way you're going to escape is to fight your
way through it all, crumble this alien empire and ultimately destroy their hopes for advancement throughout the galaxy. The
world is depending on your skills as a space marine to save all of mankind. Are you up to the task?

Quake II is the sequel to the smash hit Quake. The sequel features a brand new adventure that will have you swimming through the
dark, murky cesspools of the alien world, entering and conquering various military-like bases and eliminating any resistance.
You'll need a powerful arsenal of weapons, and luckily, you're supplied generously. Railguns, hyperblasters, grenade launchers and
even a BFG (we all know what that means, don't we?) are all waiting to be found as are various items and armors to help you
along the way. And of course, there is a multiplayer feature which adds so much life to this game, that people will be playing it
for years to come.

While the original was a fine game, it had a little problem of only looking nice on those expensive 3Dfx video cards. Quake II,
meanwhile, was much more forgiving, and many of us took it into our hardcore hearts and fragged each other into delightful
oblivion until the wee hours of the morning. It offered a streamlined and fluid brutality that's still satisfyingly memorable all these
years later. It was also quite friendly to amateur creators, granting the community a treasure chest of maps, character models,
character skins, game modes, and more.

Special Features: Six huge worlds with 19 levels, 10 different weapons, variety of enemies with different moves, 14 item sets,
three skill levels, three playing modes for up to four players

Warnings: Animated Violence,Blood,Gore
Quake II [PC Game]
Quake II [PC Game]
Quake II (PC Games, 1997)