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Shiny Entertainment / Playmates Interactive Entertainment
Rating of 10 out of 10 from Boot Magazine
On a Good Day, Only 2.5 Million People Will Die
As vast alien mining cities suck the power and minerals from every major metropolis on Earth simultaneoulsy, time is of the essence as millions of civilians are expiring by the second.
Using your stealth parachute and the now infamous 'zooming' head-mounted sniper-weapon, your task is to slip in undetected from the sky, seek out and remove the alien leader by any means.
Driving your Pentium processor to it's absolute limits, MDK gives you awesome super smooth 3D gameplay.
Plus, with the most advanced weapons ever created in a video game, you can 'take' out an alien's eye from five miles away or just neatly carve your name in his forehead!
Pentium 60 (P90 recommended), 16 Megabytes or more, 17 Megabytes or more hard drive space, any SVGA compatible video card, double speed CD-ROM drive or better, Adlib Gold, Gravis UltraSound/UltraSound Max, Roland, SoundBlaster and compatibles.
Boot, May 1997
"It's a rare game that will make you sweat with adrenaline-pumping action, laugh out loud at a hilarious sight gag, marvel at incredible attention to detail, and dance with joy at the sheer technical brilliance of it all - in just five minutes. MDK is all that, and a bag of chips."
"There is no FMV in this game to distract you from the lush environment and the plot is kept simple. Earth has been overrun by huge alien strip-mining cities that are crawling across the planet leaving death and destruction in their wake. You, Kurt Hectic, must plummet down from orbit to save the day. You're aided by occasional goodies parachuted to Earth by your mentor Dr. Fluke Hawkins, and by an occasional strategic air strike provided by your six-legged wonder dog, Max."
"MDK is just about everything you could want a game to be, and it has an attention to detail that is rarely seen in games today. It lives up to its hype, and then some. Saving the world has never been so much fun."
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