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Thursday, November 21, 2002

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IMG Reviews Hexen II
11:26 AM | Michael Phillips | Comment on this story

Today, IMG has posted an in-depth review of MacPlay's vintage first-person shooter, Hexen II. Written by IMG's Richard Hallas, this review discusses all one needs to know about the world of Hexen.

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At the outset of the game you must choose your player class from one of four different categories: Assassin, Crusader, Paladin or Necromancer. Each class has its own set of abilities which will affect the way you play the game, not to mention its own set of four unique weapons.

The Assassin is adept at stealth attacks, can move almost silently and becomes almost invisible when standing in shadows. Her weapons consist of a katar (dagger), a hand crossbow for range attacks, explosive grenades and the Staff of Set. This high-level weapon can either fire magical energy (with the ability to charge up the power by delaying the shot) or can let loose razor-sharp chains.

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