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2000's Soldier of Fortune offered gamers a first-person opportunity to outsmart evil terrorist plots and battle international criminals with real life state-of-the-art weaponry. Running on a modified version of the Quake III Arena engine, Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix boasts more detailed 3D environments and a more accurate representation of character damage, both of which are designed to add new aspects of strategy and realism to the proven gameplay of the original release.
Resuming the role of international anti-terrorist expert John Mullins (a character based on a real-life Special Forces officer of the same name), players embark on missions set around the world to disarm dangerous plots through intricate covert operations and powerful head-on battles. Soldier of Fortune II includes a "violence lock" feature designed to remove most of the graphic violence and mature dialog, making the gameplay more appropriate for a wider audience. ~ T.J. Deci, All Game Guide