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The early to mid 90's was a magical time indeed for PC gaming. One of the biggest names at the time was Apogee Software who was responsible for the original Duke Nukem side scrolling games among other things. One of their games Rise of the Triad from 1994 was a first person shooter that was originally intended to be a sequel to Wolfenstein 3D. One thing lead to another and the game took a life of it's own as an over the top arcade like shooter. After almost two decades Apogee has returned with ...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
This is a faithful remake of a very old first-person shooter that hasn't sacrificed it’s soul for modern gaming. 0
Apogee Software may have helped to release one of the most faithful remakes in the history of video games. If you’ve not head of Rise of the Triad, then it’s probably because you didn’t play PC games back in the early 90s. It has been nearly 20 years since the original release of Rise of the Triad, a first-person shooter that was developed in a heavily modified Wolfenstein 3Dengine and brought innovative concepts to the genre, such as rocket jumping and the ability to look up and down. Even the ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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