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Hexen Nintendo 64 N64 Game Shooter Mature

Platform : Nintendo 64
Rated: Everyone
5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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  • Platform:   Nintendo 64
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00000JMWB
  • Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 10.2 x 25.4 cm ; 141 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 3.8 out of 5 stars 25 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game July 27 2016
By Michael Witherspoon - Published on
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Love the game, also arrived super fast.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars June 24 2016
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hexen 64: An Underappreciated Gem April 1 2009
By Ross - Published on
I have to disagree with John L. completely.

The N64 transfer of Hexen was great. As far as I know, the main game is functionally identical to the PC version. I am not aware of any missing characters, weapons, items, or levels from the PC original. Pleasantly surprising in and of itself, compared to most PC ports of the time, which usually had missing or redesigned levels.

Furthermore, the programmers of the N64 port actually made some very cool exclusive additions (besides the little paragraphs between levels). For example, it has a custom soundtrack remix. In my opinion, this remix is superior to the PC version.

More importantly, it has support for four player split-screen deathmatch or co-op on a single console. Hexen 64 was the first console FPS to implement this. 4P co-op was groundbreaking for the time, and a feature that is still somewhat uncommon on console FPSs today (via split-screen, or even system link for that matter). 4P co-op FPS play on one PC is nearly unheard of, and to even have 4P co-op play via LAN/Internet on Hexen PC would probably require a mod.

Also, while it is cool that they've added better lighting and 3D models to the PC version source port, it's also worth noting that these are fan-created modifications. This port was made years later than the original game, and it's not even authorized by Raven Software. Judging the N64 version's graphics by this port would be sort of like condemning the original Mac version of Marathon: Durandal because the graphics are not as good as the HD remix for Xbox Live Arcade.
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2.0 out of 5 stars 2 and a half stars Nov. 15 2005
By Ian Williams - Published on
I really wanted to like Hexen 64. It's like a fantasy version of doom, and the storyline and atmosphere are damn good. You can play as a weak but magically powerful mage, a strong but magically weak fighter, or a balanced cleric. But this game has waaayyy too many problems. I didnt' even experience the jumping bug in the editorial review either. The first couple levels, i was hooked. It reminded me of warcraft II: trying to save your homeland from impending doom by ringing the bell and such was awesome. And the fact that the enemies teleport in only adds to the gameplay, as you never know whether you've cleared an area or not. The items are cool, and the mazelike and puzzle aspects woulld've been where it really shined, had they been done right.

unfortunately, not the case. Firstly, the horrible graphics reminded me of jurassic park on snes, as the entirely identical backgrounds provided with not-so-great maps caused me to get lost over and over again, thus killing the mood. Also, in the 4th level or so and on, you hit a switch, and it could open something up on a random spot in ANOTHER LEVEL. This caused me to give up, as i have no interest in searching a level over and over for some obscure doorway or whatever. Also, when i cheated to find the later levels wikthout said searching, i found the end-game bosses to be clones of the you!!! this is just lame imo, they couldn't even be bothered to make up cool end-game bosses? Also, jumping sucks ass in this game, so save often.
3.0 out of 5 stars SOMEWHAT BORING AND KINDA STALE 5.75 OUT OF 10 Nov. 30 2007
By ACEMAN1 - Published on
Hexen looks and plays almost identically to Doom except it's not as fun and it uses ancient weaponry and magic instead of guns. This game could've been deamed a classic, but unfortunately boredom mars the experience. Yes, you will find yourself bored and confused as to what you're supposed to do. The enemy designs look pretty cool, but the level designs are bland and uneventful. Speaking of enemies, they're pretty stupid... and I play the game on Archimage the hardest difficulty. Your missions are not very exciting along with the use of your weapons and magic, so you'll never feel like you rule all when you do with your powers as you feel in the Xbox 360 masterpiece Bioshock. Just go play Doom instead, unless you're looking for a Doom ripoff(If so, please avoid Zero Tolerance).

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