Das Einsatzziel schien einfach: Die große Kanone zerstören; aber die Strogg warteten im Hinterhalt. Sie und ein paar Ihrer Marines sind die glücklichen. Sie haben es in einem Stück geschaft und sind noch in der Lage Ihrer Flotte Bericht zu erstatten. Die Gravitonenquelle, die neusete Waffe der Strogg gegen die Menschheit, funktioniert.
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Veröffentlichung: 1. Sep. 1998

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Enthält 8 Artikel: QUAKE, QUAKE II, QUAKE II Mission Pack: Ground Zero, QUAKE II Mission Pack: The Reckoning, Quake III Arena, QUAKE III: Team Arena, QUAKE Mission Pack 1: Scourge of Armagon, QUAKE Mission Pack 2: Dissolution of Eternity

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Das Einsatzziel schien einfach: Die große Kanone zerstören; aber die Strogg warteten im Hinterhalt. Sie und ein paar Ihrer Marines sind die glücklichen. Sie haben es in einem Stück geschaft und sind noch in der Lage Ihrer Flotte Bericht zu erstatten. Die Gravitonenquelle, die neusete Waffe der Strogg gegen die Menschheit, funktioniert. Die Flotte unzingelt die Stroggs, jedoch nur 5% der Bodenkräfte überlebt, und diese Anzahl nimmt mit jeder Sekunde ab. Ihr Befehl lautet nun: Befreit die Kameraden, zerstört die Gravitonenquelle.

  • Neue Gegner - Stalker, Turrets, Daedalus, Medic Commander, Carrier, und die Schwarze Witwe.
  • 14 völlig neue Level und 10 neue Deathmatch Level.
  • Neue Power-Ups - Deathmatch spezifische Power-ups: Vengeance Sphere, Hunter Sphere, und Anti-Materie Bombe.
  • Neue Waffen - Die Kettensäge, ETF Rifle und der Plasmabeam.


    Mindestanforderung: 100% Windows XP/Vista-kompatibles System

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Verfasst: 6. November

Take out the Big Gun sounded simple enough, except the Strogg were waiting. You, and a few marines like you, are the lucky ones. You've made it down in one piece and are still able to contact the fleet. The Gravity Well, the Strogg's newest weapon in its arsenal against mankind, is operational. With the fleet around Stroggo's, 5% of ground forces surviving, and that number dwindling by the second, your orders have changed: free your comrades. Destroy the Gravity Well.

Quake 2 Ground Zero is a expansion pack for the 1997 Smash hit Quake 2. The expansion pack adds new bosses, weapons and new Stroggo's to slaughter. The new weapons leave something to be desired. For example the ETF Rifle which is basically a clone of the first Quake's nail gun is mediocore at best, especially on the high difficulties. Poor bullet velocity but average damage. The Proximity grenade launcher is pretty much exactly the same as the normal grenade launcher but attaches grenades to walls which explode if you or a enemy comes close, The rest of the other weapons arent worth mentioning.

The new enemies in general are fun to dispatch and not to difficult even on Nightmare difficulty. However a new enemy was introduced namely "Wall Turrets" which are little security guns which fire as soon as they see you, And worst of all the wonderful map designers though it would be great to put these in the crappiest places you almost never look at. I lost count of how many times i would enter a door way only to get shot in the back of the head due to a turret mounted directly above the door frame. This was probably my biggest gripe with this game.

Then come the bosses. Oh God the bosses.... If your playing on nightmare difficulty you will learn a lesson in sheer frustration. My only word of advice is ensure you use ammo sparingly at all times and save up all the Cell packs you can.

My final thoughts are that while this expansion pack was enjoyable, but the difficulty spikes can really push your patience limit.

Final Score 70/100
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3 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
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Verfasst: 23. September
Remember one thing when playing this expansion.
Sentry Turrets! Sentry Turrets! Sentry Turrets!
The game its self is good, but with those sentry in every corner it's nearly impossible to pass the game on Hard. Who needs bosses when you could just add 100 Sentry Turrets!!!
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1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
0.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. September
Note: Game doesn't start correctly on Steam, have to set "+set game rogue" as launch option on Quake II or start .bat file in install directory, which is why I have no playtime.

To me, both this and Dissolution of Eternity are the worse mission packs of the bunch, respectively for each game. But Ground Zero is outright bad at times, unlike DoE. The uninspired level design and tedious encounters (particularly with the new enemies) make for a frustrating experience. When you enter a room and are immediately killed because you failed to account for two rocket turrets behind you while fighting off 3 gunners, it's hard not to feel cheated by the game. Ground Zero is unfairly difficult, and what I mean by that is that it isn't challenging in a fun way. DOOM and Quake are challenging in fun ways. You keep dying, but you keep loading that save again to get back in it. I can't say the same for Ground Zero.

I recommend that you play another game of the time period or replay Quake II, because Ground Zero is just monotonous. It's not bad. but it's also anything but fun.
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8 von 9 Personen (89%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 6. Dezember 2014
Firstly, Quake 2 IS and will ALWAYS BE my favorite FPS of all time, a nice story, incredible music, fun enemies, and an excellent campaign with hub worlds which are still VERY rare today and work flawlessly in Quake 2. But this isn't a Quake 2 review.

Quake 2 Mission Pack 2: Ground Zero is the final installement of the Quake 2 trilogy (Excluding Zaero and Juggernaut, both of which I am trying to find at a decent price ESPECIALLY Zaero over 50 dollars for just the disk!) But that is besides the point.

The story is pretty much, after the events of Quake 2 and the Reckoning, all the units are attempting to leave orbit because of their victory... however they can't because the Strogg's Gravity Well is forcing them in oribt. Quickly, they send a bunch of units down but only a few survive, you play as Stepchild whom crash landed onto one of the mines of the Stroggs and now you much survive, kill the Widow and blow up the Gravity Well letting everyone survive.

This game bleeds Quake 2 and is an excellent expansion, sure it is a tad short at only 14 levels, but just like the original and the Reckoning it is made up of Hub Worlds, called Units, there are 5 (There are 10 in the original game). Every hub has a central mission and many mini missions that add up to finishing that central one. From blowing up the mine core to killing the Widow there is quite a bit of variety for such a small expansion pack.

The new weapons are cool in their own right, sure they won't replace the BFK10k but why would they? If they did then the game's challenge would be a mininum. The weapons range from a Nailgun from Quake 1 to a lazer that burns people! It is a ton of fun to use the weapons and adds more variety. The new enemies are mostly just upgrades of the originals, but there are some brand new ones with spiders that climb on the roof!

The final boss, not going to spoil it but, is a lot more fun then the previous attempt on Reckoning, mostly because its a whole new boss and not just a redesigned arena version of the original.

The levels are nice and have interestning areas to explore, from the unstable mines to a toxtic waste dump there sure is a nice ammount of variety here. And is just fun to explore everything.

Do I recomend this? No and Yes, I recomend playing Quake 2 and only if you like that then play this, because this is an expansion after all.

However, if you are a diehard Quake fan like me then play it if you haven't already!

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7 von 8 Personen (88%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 7. Dezember 2010
Ground Zero was the second mission pack released for Quake II. This pack had a lot of new features as well as some new level designs, but most of all new single-player missions! Buy this for more single-player missions in Quake II.
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