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Zarathustra (2 to 6 Players)
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Done up in Quake 2 old industrial in style. The layout is basically a big 3 level column with an adjoining room containing a RA (see second shot). Its nicely textured and for a moment reminded me of when I was doing the UKPAK reviews... anyway...

The main atrium area is very open and gives way to an interesting type of game. It means camping is pretty impossible, unless you count hiding in the lava =P. The 3 layered atrium seems to go down in steps, as in you can walk forward and just drop and drop until you get to the bottom. Whether that was on purpose, I don't know, but I liked it.

The weapon placement is good. The most useful kit is situated on the mid and lower floors. I'd say 3 to 4 is the ideal player load. If you can spot a stretched metal texture, I suggest you shoot. This will then give access to a quad damage.

Paul

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Reviewed : 19/04/1999

#1 BigBrown couldn't be arsed with a title
by BigBrown 12/02/2001 - 14:10:49 (212.32.167.89)
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Vary 1337!!!1

#2 [No:Name]
by MutantBunny 03/04/2001 - 17:58:07 (213.65.8.243)
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Yes indeedio, BigBrown!

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