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Overview

Project IGI: I'm Going In is one of the first computer games to feature realistic weaponry and tactical combat situations. You play as former Special Air Service operative David Llewellyn Jones on a mission to the former Soviet Union to find Russian arms dealer Josef Priboi , and retrieve information on a stolen nuclear warhead. A sequel was released in 2003 called Project IGI 2: Covert Strike.

Uniquely among FPS' of the time I.G.I. had no mid mission checkpoint or save system, this combined with the more realistic weapon damage model and open level design made for a very challenging and occasionaly frustrating game.

Characters

  • David Llewellyn Jones - The main character of the game, a former British SAS operator, now an agent for I.G.I. (Institute for Geotactical Intelligence).
  • Rebecca Anya - Anya is Jones' radio contact at headquarters.
  • Jach Priboi - Soviet Arms Dealer.
  • Josef Priboi - Jach's Nephew.
  • Ekk - Homicidal Russian woman who intends to destroy Europe by nuclear warfare.
  • Captain Harrison - An ex-Green Beret and the commander of allied troops.

PC System Requirements

As stated by the Eidos Interactive Support Center.

Minimum System Requirements:

  • IBM PC or 100% compatible
  • Microsoft Windows 95/98
  • Pentium II 300 MHz
  • 64 MB System RAM
  • 100% DirectX 7.0a-compatible 3d Accelerated Card with 8MB VRAM
  • 100% DirectX 7.0a-compatible Sound Card
  • Quad Speed (4X) CD-ROM drive
  • 500MB free uncompressed hard drive space
  • 100% Windows 95/98 compatible mouse and keyboard

Recommended System Requirements:

  • Pentium III equivalent or greater
  • 128 MB System RAM
  • 100% DirectX 7.0a-compatible 3d Accelerated Card with 16 MB VRAM
  • 100% DirectX 7.0a-compatible Sound Card
  • Eight-speed (8x) CD-ROM drive or faster
  • 500 MB free uncompressed hard drive space

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