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Unreal Tournament 2004

by MacSoft
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4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)

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Platform: Mac
Mac
Edition: Standard
  • All-new arenas and battlefields -- choose to play in planet-bound mayhem, or shoot up the cold vacuum of space
  • New land, air and space vehicles - from lightweight attack craft to behemoth tanks, for more and better destruction
  • Live chat over LAN and Internet with 3D audio (on supported cards), using a microphone and headset (not incl.)
  • Fast-paced sports-style combat
  • The powerful Skaarj return as a playable race for better, crazier combat

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Product Details

Platform: Mac | Edition: Standard
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0001AVSJQ
  • Item Weight: 10.1 ounces
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Release Date: March 16, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,370 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Platform: Mac | Edition: Standard

From the Manufacturer

The greatest gladiator sport ever created is redefined for 2004. Now, experience more than double the content of the earlier model with massive additions like land, air, and space vehicles, an arsenal of new weaponry (including mines, rocket-propelled grenades and stationary gun turrets), two new game modes, more than 95 arenas and battlefields, and the return of the mighty Skaarj race.

Unreal Tournament 2004 is a multiplayer first-person shooter that combines gladiatorial combat with cutting-edge technology. Ten game modes - both team-based and "every man for himself" -- provide action gamers with palm-sweating challenges through unbelievably detailed indoor arenas and vast outdoor environments. As the ultimate techno-gladiator of the future, you take your fate into your own hands, battling up to 32 Mac, Windows, and Linux players online in action-packed, frag-filled arenas.

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LAND, AIR AND SPACE VEHICLES
We introduce the Unreal Tournament range of vehicles: Pleasing to the eye, powerful to the touch, punishing to the enemy. With vehicles ranging from single-man fighters to five-man behemoths, Unreal Tournament 2004 provides players with plenty of choices when shopping for a mechanized implement of destruction.

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NEW GAME MODES

  • Assault Mode: Assault mode returns! Redesigned for UT2004, this fan-favorite mode sees teams face off to defend and attack fortified bases -- from fast-moving trains barreling across an arid alien desert, to a Skaarj mother ship poised to attack the human home world.
  • Onslaught Mode: Team combat on the next level! Opposing teams are pitted against each other to capture and hold strategic points. Taking place in massive outdoor environments, here is where vehicular combat comes into its own. Flying and driving machines take combatants to the front line and gigantic mobile battle stations serve as a platform from which to launch devastating attacks.

95 DIFFERENT MAPS
More than 95 maps will be available immediately, including more than 45 brand-new maps for every existing and new gameplay mode. Vast outdoor environments, deep space combat areas and tightly packed indoor techno-arenas are all waiting for the latest entrants to the Tournament.

UNREAL TV
Hundreds of spectators can log on and watch famous combatants and rival clans duke it out.

UNREAL TECHNOLOGY
Unreal Tournament 2004 delivers a faster, slicker, deeper experience than ever before through new technology features like:

  • Improved AI: Vehicle control, advanced dodging and wall-dodging, improved aim, better team coordination.
  • Deeper single player mode with comprehensive team management options, challenge matches, multiple endings and more.
  • Integrated map vote and match set-up for Internet play.
  • Re-designed HUD, improved weapons effects (bullet decals, incredible explosions), improved first-person weapon rendering, new announcer voices, rendering optimizations...the list goes on!

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Unreal Tournament 2004 - travel a century into the future, where humanity exists only for the sport of alien conquerors. Reload and ride out to the arenas for all-new action and combat! Take warfare to the next level in the amazing new Onslaught mode

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It's a DVD April 27, 2004
Platform for Display:Mac|Edition:Standard
Unreal has always been my favorite of all the 1st person frag fests. This game has everything that was good about about the previous games like the pumped up announcer and varied weapons each with 2 different modes. And it adds on even more incredible features like vehical combat, adrenaline combos, an a really fun basketball type game. It plays great with all features turned on with a Radeon 9800 - the best card available on Macs.
Also, unlike the PC version which is like 6 CD-ROM's, this is a single DVD. It makes for a very convenient install and storage.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars very very fun to frag- compliments of UT2k4! April 15, 2004
By Rafael
Platform for Display:Mac|Edition:Standard
It took this game to pull me off of Halo multiplayer! Sure it looks better than Halo (on my setup), but, to my surprise, it looks and plays better than UT2003 as well. Its obvious that all of the original maps were redone for 2k4- especially my old UT fav- Facing Worlds... shweeet (I believe it's called CTF-FaceWorlds Classic)! Really, when I first joined a game with this map I spent the first moments looking around like a tourist in Times Square for the first time- sometimes you guys look too easy to rob! lol Actually, it's not funny, I've seen tourists get mugged for not paying attention.
Anyway. My setup is a single CPU FW800 MDD 1GHz G4/1GB RAM/OS X.3.3/Radeon9000Pro OEM/64MB VRAM (yes, I'm one of the few buyers of this model) and I must admit that this game performs quite admirably on this system. I'm running at 800x600@32bit color/textures and all other options turned on and set to Normal (textures/details, etc.- except for Coronas that, although they look nice, they ultimately obstruct one's view when encountered). Don't underestimate the Normal settings, either, this game is beautiful at these settings! I find this a perfect balance of performance and real time graphical beauty although we all love to play at as high a resolution as possible- I'll readdress this after I get my tax refund because I KNOW I'm going to get an ATi Radeon9800- even though I shouldn't (Amazon should sell these...).
One of the only caveats I have is questioning the option of enabling dynamic net speeds. For awhile I thought my firewall (I use Firewalk X if anyone cares to know) was slowing things down and pressing F1 (which reports scores, info, pings, etc.) would show that I'd a disgustingly high ping- deselecting 'dynamic netspeed' dropped me back down to my regular cable modem pings.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:Mac|Edition:Standard
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Well there is nothing stopping you now! The best multiplayer out there is Counter-Strike: Source with the HL2 engine but CS is not a blast `em up and is extremely tactical with a `one death and you are out' type gaming experience in small maps. Since HL2 is totally devoid of another multiplayer then what is the next best frag? Answer - UT2004 of course!

UT2004 is multiplayer all the way. Like UT2003 it has a single player/team co-op that spans the course of what is close to 120 + maps. 120 HUGE MAPS! So basically the single player mode is one big frag-a-thon on some fantastic maps of your choice. The bots have all preset AI or configurable ones meaning that having 30 bots chasing after you on GOD mode is quite possible - not that you will win or anything. So the AI is well up there in single player mode which, although has a massive number of maps, lacks one thing - a story.

A story however is not what UT is all about. UT is about fragging and team play - i.e., LAN parties and INTERNET gaming is the main reason to own UT2004. Did you ever want to fight in that huge battle like at the end of Episode II? Well there is a game mode called ONSALUGHT that lets 18 vs. 18 pit it out against each other taking down node points so that they can be king of the other's castle by blasting up the core. It really does play like that battle scenes of EP II with tanks on the ground, 30+ characters to choose from, several aircraft, ground vehicle, all can be piloted by you, with up to 10 weapons of your choice, each with alternative fire buttons. In the vast maps there are a million ways to die and a million strategies to choose from. There are also some nice new movements like double tap quick strafe and double jumping.

What of the graphics? STUNNING!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great game with a few tech problems. April 5, 2004
By Luke G
Platform for Display:Mac|Edition:Standard
Oh, how I was hyped for this game. I waited and waited for it. I couldn't wait to rip open the package and pop it in my iMac. And you know what? (Now at this point, I'm sure you're expecting me to say "Well it sucked" or something like that. Not quite.) UT2k4 lives up to the hype!
This game is fast online FPS fun at its finest! Not only do you get all the UT2k3 maps, you get the official bonus maps and 45+ plus new maps as well! Naturally, servers only put a few in rotation, but you'll still find a great variety. Even better, if you enter a server using a new Windows-only official map, you download it automatically. In addition to new maps, you get all those great vehicles in Onslaught mod. If you liked the first two UT games, you'll freak over this one.
UT2k4 runs fairly well on my standard 17-inch iMac. Lag spurts are few and far between and occur mainly on overcrowded onsluaght maps. However, you'll definitely want to upgrade your RAM (or do whatever you need to for making your comp faster) if you're into Assault mode. Most Assault maps are completely unplayable, and the Single Player FMVs are a little jittery when played on "normal" settings.
Yeah... and then there are some negatives. Guess what? Whenever you try to use a microphone (built into iMac or plugged into G4/G5 port) the game freezes. Whoops! Macsoft screwed up big time. Hopefully, they'll release a patch. Hopefully. Until then, you have a keyboard. But what kept me from giving this exhilerating game a solid five stars is the fact that Macsoft neglected to tell first-time UT buyers (like me) that THE UNREAL EDITOR IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE MAC VERSION OF UT2K4!!! Got it? Well, I certainly didn't. I shouldn't have to do research to find out Macsoft didn't even attempt to put it in their port. C'mon Macsoft! At least give us an editing pack or something!
Well, with all of that said, I really enjoyed UT2k4. Long story short: Like FPSs? Have a Mac? Buy this.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Beware of Incomplete Technical Specifications
This version of Unreal 2004 is not supported by later versions of Mac. The way you find this out is to open the package and try to install the game. Read more
Published 1 month ago by John J.
5.0 out of 5 stars This is one of my best games ever.
I liked Halo one, and I enjoyed Decent, and this came has been fun for years. There are so many different ways to have fun with this game. I wish I could get this to work on Linux.
Published 17 months ago by Jeff W McGrew
4.0 out of 5 stars Love this game
It's a good game, runs beautifully on my Mac Pro. It's getting pretty dated though. But still get good bang for the buck.
Published on October 12, 2011 by Chico Marx
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved It!
Unreal Tournament, all of them, other than the console release of UT3, were great. Online death match was a blast. Read more
Published on May 18, 2011 by Guiness Crowely
4.0 out of 5 stars mixups
We had a mixup with which game I got, but the seller was very easy to work with on trying to get me the correct one.
Published on January 27, 2011 by AJ
5.0 out of 5 stars SO BLOODY!!!
THIS GAME IS AWESOME!
AND ITS SO BLOODY!
THE GRAPHICS ARE AWESOME!
YOU CAN SEE EVERYTHING!!
WORTH ALL THE SPACE IT TAKES UP!
(a couple gigs... Read more
Published on December 13, 2009 by John M. Wehmer
5.0 out of 5 stars As Unreal as it gets...
I've always been a big fan of the Unreal series. I've followed every one of the releases up to this very day. Read more
Published on May 24, 2009 by John Her
3.0 out of 5 stars Old Unreal Fan Switching to Macintosh
At first, I had a problem with the CD key, and so I went to Mac Soft's Web site to figure it out. Apparently, my installer would quit after I entered the CD key and you have to... Read more
Published on April 17, 2009 by J. Eberhart
5.0 out of 5 stars Just buy it. Do not think twice.
This is game is awesome. It works perfect in my Mac (Tiger 10.4.11). It has many players where you can choose. Nice arenas. My wife loves this game. Read more
Published on July 11, 2008 by M. Uyaguari
5.0 out of 5 stars Unreal Tournament for Mac! Let's party like it's 2004!
UT 2004 isn't just for the PC... Mac users rejoice! After switching to Mac a few months ago for work, I was bummed because I thought I couldn't play UT anymore. Read more
Published on July 5, 2008 by Rick "The Undaunted Dad" Dieterle
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