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Unreal Gold - PC

by Atari
Platform : Windows
Rated: Mature
39 customer reviews

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Unreal Gold combines the action game of the year and Unreal Mission Pack for one low price! Unreal's array of fierce new fully polygonal enemies stalking your every move, it'll be a struggle just to survive. The game that will alter your reality...forever. Get ready for more missions, levels and new deadly enemies in Unreal Mission Pack I.

A super-charged compilation of Unreal (voted the Action Game of the Year by the Software Publisher's Association) and the Unreal Mission Pack. The game begins when your prison starship crash-lands on a remote planet. Freed from your cell and armed only with a salvaged pistol, it is up to you to unravel the mystery of this strange place--and survive its vicious inhabitants.

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  • ASIN: B00004KHDP
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.3 x 1.4 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 24, 2000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,497 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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76 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Z.C. on October 15, 2000
Sure it's a violent shooter game. So what? It's still fun, and isn't that all that matters? Unreal Gold collects together the original Unreal series: the original game, the expansion pack "Return to Nai Pali", and a bonus feature on the semi-sequel, Unreal Tournament. The original game is absolutely astounding. Set in a distant future, you are a prisoner on board the prison ship Vortex Rikers, en route to a prison colony. Along the way, something happens and your ship crashes onto a distant planet. As you make your way through the game, the plot begins to take shape. Apparently, sometime ago the peaceful Nali, the original inhabitants of this planet, were enslaved by the glactic thug species known as the Skaarj. Nai Pali is the planet version of the Bermuda Triangle, as many other ships have crashed here besides your own. Escape becomes your goal, as the Skaarj posess the only shuttles that can escape the planet's gravity. The graphics are simply mind-blowing, so I recommend a 3DFX graphics card, like the Voodoo 2 or better. The gameplay is intense, so be sure you have a good processor for this. It was released a few years ago, but if you have a recent computer you won't have any troubles. Another plus to this collection is that if you bought the two games seperately, it would cost double what you pay for the collection, and who doesn't like saving money? In short: if you like hardcore action gaming, Unreal Gold will not dissapoint.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 18, 2001
As other reviews of this game have mentioned, Unreal is phenomenal! Of the first person shooters I've played, this one is way better than most. The amazingly rich environments suck you deep into the plight of the peaceful Nali and the cruel world of their oppressors. When you awaken in your cell, you are alone, the bodies of your shipmates bloodied and lifeless. Many are torn in two. Sirens and garbled voice recordings break the uneasy silence, as you crawl through the battered remains of the ship, only to find that you are the sole survivor, lost on a planet full of hostile beings intent on your demise. That is only the beginning, though. Your travels to escape the planet will lead you through many varied locations that are very easy to differentiate from one another, each one more visually stunning than the last. That is definately one of Unreal's strong points. The brilliant designers do not allow for the levels to become tediously repetitive. Each environment has it's own personality. Another strong point, and perhaps most important, is the enemy. Long gone are the days of Doom when enemies would simply stand their ground, and trade fire with you. These enemies are much more cunning than that. They will use cover, snipe at you from high perches, duck fire, dodge and even call for back-up if neccessary. Some of your enemies will even try to draw you into traps and ambushes. As another reviewer noted, this is a first-person-perspective game. It is NOT Tomb Raider. Tomb raider never drew you in to the point where you would actually jump in front of your monitor as an enemy soldier dropped though a sky light, only to land within a few feet of you, guns blazing. With Unreal, you do, it's that enthralling. This game is exceptionally challenging and rewarding, making most shooters pale in comparison.Read more ›
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 4, 2001
I have been aware of Unreal's existence for quite a while since my roommate had played it and said he enjoyed it, but I only got around to playing it the Fall of 2000. And it debuted in early 1998. So why did I go back and play this when I could have easily picked up a newer title? Simple: this game is AMAZING. I have a fast system (800 Mhz, 256 MB Ram), but when I played this game, I was using a voodoo 3 2000 video card, which is certainly was not top of the line (can be found for around $50). I was able to run this game with 1024x768 resolution and high graphics detail with NO SLOWDOWN. It looked incredible! People would come in and ask if I was using the FSAA on my voodoo 5 (a special graphic enchancing feature on a high end approx. $200 card). It just looked that good! But we all know looks can't make a game fun. This game has some of the smartest AI programmed for adversaries ever. They will strafe, roll, and duck out of the way of your shots, making them tricky to defeat. And in addition, the placement of the enemies made me jump on many an occasion, the sound effects were BRILLIANT and the music changed as the environment around you changed to keep it in the perfect mood. Buy this game, it is an EXCELLENT addition to any gamer's arsenal!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By AllGoodPeople on August 17, 2002
Unreal Gold is a packaged version of both the original Unreal and its expansion. For its price, it is a great value. And it's even better if you do not play multiplayer games cause the other released version, Totally Unreal features Unreal Gold and Unreal Tournament, which is a wonderful multiplayer game. If you do not play multiplayer games, then buy this Gold edition. If you do, spend the extra money and get Totally Unreal. Or even better yet, get Unreal Tournament 2003, Unreal 2, and Totally Unreal for the most unreal experience ever!
Unreal was originally released to be a DOOM killer back in DOOM's prime time, but the entire project was screwed up, so it ended up getting released in 1998. The GRAPHICS of Unreal were unsurpassed at the time. No one could match it. Although today, it can be matched, 1998 was the time of Starcraft, so from there you can get a view on how much superior it was than back ago. Graphics: 9/10
The sound in the beginning of the game is pretty good. Although it is a bit scary at first when you hear blood-curdling screams while you try to escape from a prison ship and when you are about to get off, you see a heart fly out of a door way, it is all covered by excellent sound. The music is also pretty good. Not excellent, but still good enough. Sound: 8/10
In Unreal, you have to read a lot of text. You get a translator in the beginning and from then you read a LOT of text to reveal that you are on Na Pali and the Skaarj Empire has taken over. Story: 8.5/10
Unreal is fun, kinda gory, but overall, a grat experience if you have not played it before. Be sure to get Unreal Tournament 2003 and Unreal 2 for the PC and Unreal Championship for the XBOX for an "unreal" experience! Enjoy!
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