Overkill

by James Duncan


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Released: 1998-05-07
Mode: SP, DM
Difficulty Settings: Yes
Featuring: 1.4+
Sound/music: No
New Art: No
New Cons: No
Score: 92

Review by Puritan on May 25-2013

A medium sized level set in an industrial facility.
This level was made as a DM map in the first place and called Meltdown. Lucky enough for us the author turned it into a single player adventure as well.
Gameplay is pretty forward: Blow up quite a few walls, find some keycards and proceed.
The design is very well done with lots of strong lighting / shading. Architecture is great in places and the texturing is top notch.
There is lots of nice sniper spots for those who might give this map a try in DM.
There isn't too much enemies coming at you but they are well placed.
You'll find more than enough weapons / ammo / health to take you to the end without risking a circulatory arrest.
I'll guess many played without a mouse back in the days...it would explain the generous amounts of items in many oldies...

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