Heavy Metal: F.A.K.K.2 Ritual Entertainment / Gathering of Developers 2000

Heavy Metal is based loosely on an SF animated movie and the comic "Melting Pot" by Kevin Eastman (which appeared in "Heavy Metal" magazine). Heavy Metal was the first game using the licensed Quake 3 engine, and it appears they immediately got a lot out of the engine. The surroundings are detailed, awash in beauty and look really good. As in Tomb Raider, a woman here is also the heroine and with the game it likewise concerns an action-adventure which is played in the 3rd-person perspective. Julie is the name of our heroine. At the beginning of the game, one can try out in a training space her abilities a little. Sword and firearms belong to Julie's repertoire. Above all however, a little brains are also demanded over and over again. At the beginning - and also later sometimes again - one is in Julie's small home town Eden and can talk to the inhabitants of the town. Gith is the villain against which you will fight soon. The levels look rather different and (like already mentioned), very nice. However, they are not too gigantic and also rather linear. Still I prefer Heavy Metal - Fakk 2 subtitle seems a joke - personally to the partly long-winded Tomb Raider series. It came with a bonus CD that includes KISS Psycho Circus: The Nightmare Child. The game also includes a Hyper CD that requires Internet access for information about the Heavy Metal movie and for viewing a funny promotional movie that shows violence against Pokémon (not for fans of that franchise)! The game has a great Internet fan and information site that can be accessed via the Hyper CD.
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Level Demo ~72MB ( @ Download.com)
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Full Demo ~160MB Music Addon (27x2.77MB) (upped by keropi)
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3CD ISO Demo 1.78GB (uploaded by Egon68)
ISO Demo + Maps + Mods + Extras 441MB (uploaded by hgdagon)
Linux ISO Demo 425MB (uploaded by Molitor)
Full Demo to run on modern o/s 363MB (uploaded by Internet Archive Software Collection)

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