Unreal Tournament 2004 User Reviews
Quite high system requirements, you need a powerful PC to play this without lag, which is important to enjoying and/or being goodSummary:
I must admit that this game didn't capture me as easily as its predecessors did. It wasn't until fairly recently that I even started enjoying the game, but slowly over time as I played it more and more it brought back memories of how I enjoyed the series and sure enough I was sucked back into the game. But this time it was the online aspect that caught me and really, if you don't have online play then you won't get half the enjoyment you should from this game.
The single player mode did undergo a revamp in this game. The concept of earning winnings and paying your team as you advance to make...
New Game play modes, vehicles, slighly better graphicsThe bad:
same game engine, seems more like an expansion pack than a new gameSummary:
The grahpics are not much better than ut2k3, almost identical besides the new water effects (there is almost no water on any of the maps so you hardly see it). How can they take the same engine, add new vehicles, and new game modes and call it a whole new game? Every other game that does that calls it an expansion pack and doesnt charge as much money for it.
The grahpics are not much better than ut2k3, almost identical besides the new water effects (there is almost no water on any of the maps so you hardly see it). How can they take the same engine, add new vehicles, and new game modes and c...
Great graphics, better gameplay and a shitload of ace vehicles that are easy to master and suited to everyone who plays the game. Superb commentating, super-useful bots and a multiplayer worthy of taking at least a hundred hours off your life, $10/£7.50 rebate if you owned ut2003 aswell.The bad:
Hard to get into if you do not know the maps. The multiplayer is not playable with a 56k modem, meaning broadband is needed. Shit hard to create a map or a mod.Summary:
Most of UT2004 is essentialy the same as UT2003 with better graphics and more weapons. Those of you who bought UT2003 wil be disappointed at the similarity but then again, you do get a £7.50/$10 rebate if you owned UT2003, so dont moan.
The real differences start to come in with the new modes: Last man standing, Mutant, Invasion, Assault and finally Onslaught. Last man standing is essentialy deathmatch with limited lives. Mutant is a deathmatch where one person is the mutant, who is invisible and is much stronger/faster. The other players have to kill the mutant in order to get points and t...
Everything is just nar enough perfect for this game. Picture Unreal Tournament 2003, and i will go over the differences. The weapons have been modified and are better than they were, with a few new looks for the guns. Also, New guns have been braught in, which is even better. Graphics are amazing, with fog, real-life bushes (that you can crash in) and trees. Nothing though can beat the vehicles. Amazing. Both flying and ground vehicles. I love the flying ones, though i like giving people rides round places, seeing as most cars fit two people in, and some jump on the top. It even has your ow...
- Introduction thread... 96
- Sniper Discussion (+) 84
- Unlockable characters? 14
- Unreal Tournament 2004 Game Night 0
- All my game files disappeared, except for the .exe file. 0
- How to get unlimited money! 8
- autosave failing 0
- Unlock Leviathan? 3
- Ion PLasma Tank? 4
- Kills 2
- Is this game good? 7
- need a good nvidia laptop driver 0