If you’re anxious to try out
Aspyr Media’s new demo version of Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast, you’re in the luck. The new demo is now in circulation.
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The demo provides you with a taste of the actual game, featuring five different weapons (including a light saber) that you will wield as Kyle Katarn, the Jedi-turned-mercenary who serves as the center of the story. The demo version also purportedly includes a level you won’t find in the full game.
The 67MB demo version is available for download from links on
Macgamefiles.com. It works in both Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X, and carries the following system requirements: G3/333MHz or better, 128MB RAM (256MB for OS X), and an OpenGL-compatible video card with at least 32MB of VRAM.
In related news,
GameRanger has announced support for Jedi Knight II. Like other Quake 3 Arena-based games, Jedi Knight II sports its own internal game-finding service that uses a master server to keep track of what games are being played where, but if you’d prefer to play with other Mac users, this will give you the ability to do so.