Formerly the "QUAKE 2 Engine", with pioneering innovation in 3D environments, a few of id Tech 2's most notable features were out-of-the-box support for OpenGL hardware-accelerated graphics (in addition to the traditional software renderer), and colored lighting effects. Games created on this engine technology include QUAKE II, Hexen II, Heretic II, Sin, Soldier Of Fortune, Half-Life, Kingpin and Anachronox.

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Foxtrop May 2 2011, 3:11am says:

I buy it original and it never run :G

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hogsy May 30 2011, 7:12pm says:

I decided to try this game for myself and I don't think it's as bad as everyone seems to make it out to be. If you can get it cheap then it's worth playing in my opinion.

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cyberkiller40 Apr 17 2012, 4:32am replied:

Yeah, this game isn't that bad. Sure, it has some annoying parts (like the stupid teammates), but over all it's quite fun and it has some really good looking locations (for this engine).

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kvaki Apr 4 2012, 8:40pm says:

great game. still has servers but they are dead. coop server is fun though

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