HeXen Beyond Heretic is an Action, Adventure, and Shooter game for PC published by id Software in 1995. Greetings, mortal. Are you ready to die?
HeXen Beyond Heretic PC Game 1995 Overview:
Today, few people remember Hexen – no matter how great the classic is, only its most outstanding representatives enter history.
Everyone, even the last six-year-old boy, though – would have heard about Doom, but who knows that it was Hexen who first introduced the hub system in 3D shooters, some kind of non-linearity of passage, character selection, jumping (!). This is the first game that I have seen in my life. If you are reading this review – just click the “buy” button. A gloomy, bloody Gothic world, oppressive gray skies, dim light of torches, tarnished stained glass windows in abandoned churches, gray dense forests, where wilting foliage rustles underfoot, riddles that can take more than one hour to solve, colorful, memorable bosses, a truly unusual, unique weapon. A real Adventure with a capital letter awaits you if you are ready to connect a little imagination and give the game a discount for years ago.
Hexen is a plot continuation of the shooter Heretic, in which we, in the role of the elf Corvus, fought the younger and “weakest” Snake Rider, who enslaved the homeworld of our elf. In the same part, we have to fight with the middle-senior Horseman – Corax, who has already enslaved the human world – Kronus. We are offered a choice of 3 different heroes (they differ in weapons, a couple of characteristics): a cleric named Parias, a magician Daedolon and a warrior Baracus.
Features of HeXen Beyond Heretic:
- Good gameplay.
- The game has 3 classes (Fighter, Cleric, and Mage), each with a different arsenal, adding a good variety and replay factor.
- Good variety of enemies.
- Good variety of weapons.
Minimum System Requirements:
- A 100% Windows XP/Vista-compatible computer system
File Size: 141.09 MB