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Reviewed: Legacy of Kain 2: Soul Reaver
Publisher: Eidos Interactive
Developer:Crystal Dynamics
Genre Type:3D Platform/Adventure
Required System:
P2 200 MHz, 16 MB Ram, 4x CD-Rom, 320MB HD, Windows 95/98 with DirectX 6.0+
Reviewer's System: K6-3 450, 128MB RAM, Riva 128ZX 8MB video, DirectX 7, Windows 98.
Related Games: Legacy of Kain: Blood Omen (Playstation)
ESRB Rating: Teen - Animated Violence/Blood & Gore
Overall Rating:
Author: Michael "" Ahlf       Date: November 4th 1999
Page: 1

Games come out for both the PC and console platforms more and more commonly these days. One of the latest is Eidos Interactive's offering, Legacy of Kain 2: Soul Reaver. Despite being a sequel, this game isn't really much like its predecessor. It pretty much stands on its own, having transitioned from a roleplaying-style game to the adventure-type, and existing in a much more barren world where just about everything is an enemy to be destroyed. The storyline, however, redeems the game to some extent, as does the fact that it really is more about thinking than just about blindly running through level after level. Players will take note: while the enemies in most cases are ridiculously easy to defeat, the game itself will require every bit of wits and imagination they have to solve.

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Added:  Thursday, November 04, 1999
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
Page: 1/5

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