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NOLF2 demo released

I spy...

The Unreal Tournament 2003 demo is still doubtless occupying your frag-infested minds, but if you've room for another, the four-level single player demo version of No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy In H.A.R.M.'s Way has been released. The original NOLF was one of the standout first person shooters of the time, championing its own half-serious blend of James Bond, Austin Powers and... well, Catwoman. This demo of the sequel features levels set in Japan, Siberia and underwater base locations, and weighs in at a chunky 158MB. Minimum specs on this one demand a PIII 500 or equivalent, 128MB RAM (or 256MB if you're an XP user), a 32MB DirectX compatible video card and a similarly compatible sound card, and 275MB hard disk space plus additional room for swapdisk. You can download it from our UK-based download location (along with the one-level teaser, 48MB, if you missed that). Related Feature - No One Lives Forever 2 screenshots

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