Authentic Nintendo 64 effects and newer, fiercer levels pack stunning graphical detail into an already vicious version of Quake II. Featuring two-, three- and four-player deathmatch, fully customisable controls and save game features, this id-directed masterpiece takes gaming to an undefined level.
Quake II (N64 / Nintendo 64)
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