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ESBR Rating: Mature (Ages 17+) - Animated blood, gore and violence
93% from PC Gamer - Editor's Choice - 1997 Best Action & Multi-PlayerGame
Shortly after landing on an alien surface you learn that hundreds of your men have been reduced to just a few. Now you must fight your way through heavily fortified military installations, lower the city's defenses and shut down the enemy's war machine. Only then will the fate of humanity be known.
Larger, Mission-Based Levels
You have a series of complex missions. What you do in one level could affect another. One false move and you could alert security, flood an entire passageway, or worse.
Superior Artificial Intelligence
This time the enemy has IQ's the size of their appetites. They can evade your attack, strategically position themselves for an ambush and hunt your ass down.
In-Your-Face Sound and Graphics
Hear distant combat explosions and rockets whizzing past your head. And with a compatible 3-D graphics accelerator, experience smoother 16-bit graphics and real-time lighting effects.
Wicked Multiplayer Capabilities
More than 32 players, friends or foes, can go at it in a bloody deathmatch via LAN and over the Internet.
Requirements: English language version of Windows 95 or NT 4.0 with 100% compatible computer system, Pentium 90MHz processor (133MHz recommended), 16MB RAM (24MB recommended and required for NT), 100% Sound Blaster compatible sound card, joystick and mouse supported (3 button mouse recommended), supports network and internet play via TCP/IP.
Minimum Install Additional Requirements (play from CD): quad speed CD-ROM drive (600k/sec, sustained transfer rate), hard disk drive with at least 25MB of uncompressed space available.
Normal Install Additional Requirements (play from hard disk): quad speed CD-ROM drive (600k/sec, sustained transfer rate, hard disk drive with at least 250 MB of uncompressed space available.
Maximum Install Additional Requirements (play from hard disk): dual speed CD-ROM drive (300k/sec, sustained transfer rate, hard disk drive with at least 400MB of uncompressed space available.
GLQuake II Additional Requirements: 24 MB RAM for all operating systems, GLQuake II supports some OpenGL 3D accelerator cards.
Tech Support: This game checks the country specified in Windows 95/98 when you register the product. Be sure to purchase the appropriate version in order to avoid the work-around of changing the country in Windows before registering.
Computer Shopper, April 1998
"Big, bad, and beautiful - three words that perfectly describe id Software's Quake II. This long-awaited sequel breathes atomic fire into the stagnant first-person shooter genre, assaulting the senses with its groundbreaking technical and creative prowess."
"If you've got the hardware muscle, Quake II ranks as the most intense, multimedia-rich game of its kind. Just when we thought 3-D shooters were dying of product overkill, id reinvents the genre with this stunning achievement - highly recommended."
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