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|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.
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Blood & Gore, Animated Violence|
|Control Elements||Gamepad/Joystick, Keyboard, Mouse|
|Number of Players||1-32|
|Game Special Features|
|Game Series||Quake Series|
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- strada5Apr 9, 2012by
Great price, FUN!
This is an old school game that was fun and challenging when it was originally published, I managed to lose my original copy, and bought this to replace it, also to revisit my fledgling gaming days, it's still fun, and was able to load the 2 mission packs, ground zero, and the reckoning, good memory's!
- moloqiwashMar 7, 2011by
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- 111105181@delet...Nov 2, 2009by
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- thenuuskaJul 5, 2010by
Quake II (PC Games, 1997)
Quake II, released on December 9, 1997, is a first-person shooter computer game developed by id Software and distributed by Activision. It is not a sequel to Quake; it merely uses the name of the former game due to id's difficulties in acquiring a trademark for alternative titles. The soundtrack for Quake II was mainly provided by Sonic Mayhem, with some additional tracks by Bill Brown. The game was made available on Steam on August 3, 2007.<br><br>The next game released by id with the title Quake, Quake III Arena, is also not considered to be related to Quake and Quake II as it is multiplayer focused, and has a dissimilar storyline. A direct sequel, titled Quake 4, was released in October 2005 for the PC (Microsoft Windows and GNU/Linux), and later for the Xbox 360 (as part of Quake 4) and the Macintosh. A prequel to Quake II, Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, has been produced by Splash Damage.Read full review
- cozykuilanMay 17, 2010by
great game and i even got a bonus game bundled with it
first off im a id software fan also i couldnt find it anywhere else i tryed to go to the official website and they diddnt have it to sell also liked the fact that they bundled another game with it also