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Nox is a dark and creepy Action/RPG, set in a bucolic world corrupted by Hecubah, a wicked queen of the undead. In solo play, choose from three different adventures. Follow the path of a warrior, and you will forge your skills and master powerful weapons in the Fortress of Horrendous. Join the ranks of the conjurers in the village of Ix and learn to summon the creatures of the land and control the forces of nature. Or lead the life of a wizard, and use combat magic, stealth, and traps to foil the undead legions.
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In solo play, it is a game of epic adventure. You are the 20th century savior of Nox summoned to the land in a cosmic accident. You will battle the supreme evil, Hecubah, and her minions. In order to defeat her, you must fight your way through enchanted forests, mystical isles, and volcanic underworlds to assemble the ultimate weapon of destruction.
In multiplay, the game is about competition and camaraderie. Two modes of play, Quest and Arena, will revolutionize Internet action gaming. The powerful Quest Generation System (QGS) not only assures no two quests are ever alike, but it is designed to create worlds based on your characters' level of experience. Arena play is filled with stealth tactics, traps, and irreverent trickery that ensures games of capture the flag, death match, and scavenger hunts will deliver a unique and addictive online gaming experience.See all Product description
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It does not require any 3D acceleration, all effects are done through MMX programming I believe its called and it looks great.
The game story is funny involving and at points pretty darn scary.
You get to play three different characters Wizard, Conjurer or straight ahead Fighter. For me the conjurer is the most fun and the ability to turn enemy monsters into henchmen fighting on your side is terrific.
If you decide to get it try to find the Strategy Guide - its loaded with 500 pages of tips, insights and has complete walkthroughs for all three characters.
And lastly this "little" game has the best user interface I have ever seen in any game period.
What a deal and a great game.
There are 3 character classes. No, not Wizard, Thief, Warrior, but instead Wizard, Warrior, Conjurer. There are supposedly lots of weapons, but after beating it once of twice I found myself getting just about none of them. That's ok, really, you spend half the game looking for a more ideal weapon to fit your arsenal. And yes, of course, it is the only weapon you will probably ever use once you get it.
Online, if you don't have cable internet, get read yfor LAG. And this isn't just plain old lag, where things are kind of choppy, this means that you can't see ANY other players, or it is so choppy you will just scream in frustration, or both. Too many maps to download, too. Must admit, though, when you DO get to play, it is really fun. Better fights with more action than Diablo 2, or anything I have played so far.
It's easiest to win as a wizard, because once you get the invisibility spell the game's a snap. For the warrior, you must really be a master of your reflexes, because you have to master your skills to win. The conjurer is most fun to be, but I think also the hardest, because you can summon creatures to help you fight, but unfortunately, you don't get to summon things until the very end of the game. And here is the major drawback: The game is WAYY too short. Only 10 quests, and you can't play the game over again as the same character. You'll find yourself at the highest level, with lots of spells and weapons, and then suddenly, it's over, and you didnt get to use all your cool new stuff.
A bit of a dissapointment, but worth a shot.
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