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Enjoy fast-paced multiplayer gaming with Deathmatch Classic (a.k.a. DMC). Valve's tribute to the work of id software, DMC invites players to grab their rocket launchers and put their reflexes to the test in a collection of futuristic settings.

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Enjoy fast-paced multiplayer gaming with Deathmatch Classic (a.k.a. DMC). Valve's tribute to the work of id software, DMC invites players to grab their rocket launchers and put their reflexes to the test in a collection of futuristic settings.

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Publisher:
VALVe
Developer:
VALVe
Genres:
Mac
Source:
VALVe
Released:
Friday, June 1, 2001
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Languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
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Minimum Requirements

PC:

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 500 MHZ
  • RAM: 96MB
  • Video Card: 16MB
  • Other: Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection

MAC:

  • OS: OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.3
  • RAM: 1GB
  • Hard Drive Space: 4GB
  • Processor: NVIDIA GeForce 8 or higher, ATI X1600 or higher, or Intel HD 3000 or higher
  • Other: Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection
Recommended Requirements

PC:

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 800 MHZ
  • RAM: 128MB
  • Video Card: 32+MB
  • Other: Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection
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Reviews for Deathmatch Classic

79
Deathmatch it was...

DM classic is the game which brings you experiences from half-life in a deathmatch game with more guns and maps, it is like quake but in valve's way, even if you hardly find an active server,it is worth having this game in your library for the old times.

65
Simple and Outdated

It is unfair to judge this game by modern standards as there is a myriad of contemporary shooters which crush this into the ground. If one is looking for a classic and simple arena shooter, however, they won't be wrong getting this. The gameplay is that of the simplest shooter, allowing players to skip all that nasty stuff like tactics and advanced weapon skills. All that really matters is map knowledge, reflex and aim. If you are looking for just that, it may be good to return to one of the classics.

70
Fairly forgettable cousin to Counter-Strike

This originally started off as a a mod for Half-Life years ago, but you can now play it as a standalone title. Half-Life meets Quake is essentially what this is, from the character models straight out of Half-Life to the weaponry in the game which was inspired by Quake, including the super shotgun, and the overall feel and design of the levels, plus the power ups like invisibility and quad damage. It's also possible to rocket jump and bunny hop -- concepts that originated with Quake. This is the classic deathmatch experience that Quake provides, plus a minor graphical upgrade seeing as this game uses Half-Life’s GoldSource engine which is essentially a modified Quake engine. I would only really recommended this if you are searching for a classic multiplayer experience. There’s no singleplayer here. Still, there are better games around, and there were much better multiplayer titles back in the day of its release too, so in my opinion it hasn't ever been particularly popular. "Let's play a game of Deathmatch Classic!" said no one ever.

72
The way multiplayer shooters used to be

Now, as of late 2013, Deathmatch Classic is surely an old game. With so many multiplayer shooters available it is not an obvious choice for most gamers. I would still recommend it to people who either feel nostalgic and sentimental about the games of early 2000s or who have never had a chance to experience gaming in that period and would like to feel what games were like back then. Now Deathmatch Classic feels rusty and simple, but back then it was much fun. Still you can have some fun with this game if you have a bunch of oldshool-loving friends. But surely it's not a game for the same people who expect state-of-the-art games and next-gen visuals.

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