Summary: I don't know what hasn't been said about this game. It's a great first person shooter it was definitely worth getting the Editor's Choice Edition with the new characters and bonus vehicles. This game is definitely a must have for any Unreal fan or first-person shooter fan.
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1 October 2012
Summary: Unreal Tournament 2004 is truly one of the very best games ever created! I played it days, weeks, months and years. It has high replayability value, dozen of settings for AI IQ; no dumb bots; gorgeous graphics; interesting creatures, mutants and humans. While many of you may think the game is only meant for multiplayer, you are wrong. I played the game for over a year when I had no access to the internet.
Summary: There are 2 different releases for this game. There is the atari release and the midway release. The gameplay is the same, however the version numbers are different so some of the add-ons that work with the atari version, will not work with this version. I bought this as a replacement for an atari release that I had lost the install disk. This version is easier to install than the atari one and includes some bonus packs automatically.
Summary: This is one of the few games that I still play. I grew up on the Atari 2600, and always hated how weak the graphics were compared to the coin-operated games in the video arcades. A friend gave this to me when it first came out, and I've hardly had time for any other games since. I bought another copy to give to another friend, and now I'm looking to install it on my newest computer.
Summary: I lost my cd key for my old unreal 2k4 so I got another, and omg. I am so happy this is only two discs, the other older version had a six to seven disc install that was mind numbing. Keep in kind you need a DVD drive to install this but in this day and age I'm farly sure it's standard for everyone's computers.
Summary: As of posting this Unreal Tournament 2004 is 7 years old, and that's old enough to kill some multiplayer games. In the current generation of games (based on game console cycles more or less) FPS games are a dime a dozen and UT2004 still holds out even on par (or in some cases above depending on who you ask) with its successor UT3 and shooters elsewhere. Why is a 7 year old FPS like this still successful? The game just knows how to be a damn good time.