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Heavy Metal: FAKK2

Years have passed since Julie Strain (a.k.a. F.A.K.K.2) defeated the would-be God Lord Tyler on the bloody battlefields of the Holy Land. She has long since put the pain of those days behind her and brought her homeworld of Eden to a perfect natural balance. But far away in the deepest nebulas of space, the greatest evil of all stirs, ready to make its final move -- to take control of the entire universe. A lone beacon hurtles toward Eden, hoping to summon the god-slayer F.A.K.K.2 one last time. It bears nothing more than an onimous warning: "GITH IS COMING."

Ritual's Heavy Metal F.A.K.K.2 will blow your mind with its immersive story line and special effects. Imagine everything you know or think you know about what a 3D game experience is all about and wipe it from your mind, then you will be ready for the incredible environments that span as far as the eye can see. A world that is populated by friends and foes, all of which may or may not have your best interest at heart, and action like you've never seen. Utilizing the most cutting edge technology available, F.A.K.K.2 delivers some of the most stunning 3D action of the year, and it's coming soon for Linux!

Heavy Metal: F.A.K.K.2 is now shipping for Linux!

Minimum System Requirements
Linux Kernel 2.2.x and glibc-2.1
Processor 300 MHz Pentium II or faster (400 MHz Pentium II processor recommended)
Video XFree86 3.3.x, XFree86 4.x or higher (Mesa/OpenGL® drivers)
CD-ROM 8x CD-ROM drive (600 KB/s sustained transfer rate)
RAM 64 MB required; 128 MB recommended
Sound 16 bit Sound card ; OSS compatible
Hard disk 400 MB free hard disk space

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