is some garage. But don't get your hopes up, you won't be driving the Strogg
family car out of here. Your task is to succeed where others have failed,
clear it out and then find the exit (on foot).
begin in a water filled depression with one of your buddies who obviously
has lost his mind. Out of respect for my sanity and what is left of his
I usually nail these types.
play is challenging but not impossible. I found myself reverting back to
sniper mode often. Partly because I enjoy watching the light show the blaster
makes and partly because it provides an accurate tracer effect to gauge
my aim at long distances. Thankfully there are enough weapons around to
get the job done.
Strogg's Garage is a bit confusing, maybe it's just the garage title, I
was expecting something a bit different. The laser beam cage is pretty
cool. As is the open area with the multiple laser beams. Walkways and ramps
abound. But combined with structural supports you have enough cover for
defense and practicing your long-range shooting skills. There is plenty
here to keep you busy, and there are opportunities to prepare a strategy
to defeat your foes. A good mix of the Strogg family is on hand here, but
with a bit of planning and judicious use of the ample supply of weapons
you should do fine. The most difficult task may be to find the two switches
you need to open the exit door. The last one had me retracing my steps
for a while.
this is a good teaser of the Quake 2 maps yet to come and well worth the
but I gotta' put you out of your misery, you are driving me nuts.
Cool laser beam cage which contains
a weapon. Good thing you have been following through on your diet.
pool, these Strogg's must be getting their design tips from Hef.