There is no underestimating the appeal of Quake, but does this sequel live up to the original? The answer is a resounding YES. In fact, on the whole, this package may even be better than its predecessor. The mission is the same: to save humanity from the aliens war machine. The graphics are extraordinary with 16-bit graphics and real-time lightning effects which make for an impressive experience.
A full version of Quake II is needed to operate this game, if users are to free their comrades and destroy the Gravity Well. This newest weapon in the Stroggs' arsenal will take a lot to annihilate--it is almost unbeatable. Gamers have 14 new levels and 10 new death-match levels to confront if they are to succeed. These Stroggs don't mess about, and weapons such as the Chainsaw and the Plasma Beam have to be used efficiently if the fleet is to be saved.
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When it first came out Quake was the cutting-edge of game graphics (in fact lots of new release games still use the Quake III engine) although it's looking a bit dated, you can't deny that this is one of the best first-person shooters of all time even if it does just take the Doom plot and add loads more monsters and heavy weapons. The story is standard aliens/demonic hordes are invading and it's up to you to stop them stuff, the game pans out over four episodes in total, each made up of about eight levels.