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By Mathew R. Ignash (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Last updated on May 28, 2000.
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: Wizard Works and Marvel -
Ported to Amiga by
: Quake was ported by clickBOOM Inc., 1998 -
: Any system running Amiga
. It takes about 100mb of hard drive space to install.
: Same as Quake.
System Friendlyness Scale
12345678x0 - It does not fit requirement number 9 because it needs an FPU.
About The Game:
: X-Men: The Ravages of Apocalypse is a full conversion for Quake based loosely on the Marvel comic book characters. You play a well armed soldier entering the X-Mansion, fighting off clones of the X-Men that were created by the evil Apocalypse.
Your enemies include dopplegangers of Archangel, Beast, Bishop, Cannonball, Cyclops, Gambit, Iceman, Pheonix, Psylocke, Rogue, Storm, and Wolverine. Weapons include a power fist, shotgun, chainsaw, plasma cannon, flame thrower, orb-launcher, duel rocket-launcher, and the nuclear energy radiation dispatcher.
Personally I'd rather be playing an X-Man like Bishop or Wolverine against some of Apocalypse's henchmen from the comics like the Four Horsemen, Hell Hound, The Riders Of The Storm or the Alliance of Evil, but I guess more X-Men on screen sells more games. I've heard complaints that there is not enough ammo in the game, and too many doors can't be opened. There is a demo version available for download for those who want to try it out.
: Ben Vost rated it 60% in their November 1998 issue. He said ''
Only get this if you're a huge X-Men fan or a Quake completist.
: They gave it 91% is issue #2.
: In the October 1998 issue rated it 82%.
: Chris McMullen reviews X-Men: The Ravages of Apocalypse.
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