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Unreal Tournament 2004

by Atari
Platform : Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows XP
Rated: Mature
136 customer reviews
Metascore: 93 / 100

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  • Futuristic gladiator blood sport battles
  • Land and air and space based vehicles
  • New weapons and battle arenas unique to Unreal Tournament 2004
  • New Assault mode and Onslaught mode
  • For 1 player or multiplayer over LAN or Internet connection
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Product Description

Platform: PC | Edition: Standard (CD)

Product Description

If you're already a fan of the Unreal Tournament series or are just hearing about it for the first time, prepare to stand in awe! This massive gaming package delivers pure bliss and threatens to raise the first-person-shooter standard to a new level. 7 insane modes of combat will serve up whatever flavor of combat you desire. Unleash massive firepower from ground, air and space vehicles to obliterate your opponents. Single-player computer AI features believable and challenging computer opponents while multiplayer allows massive online battles on 35 indoor and outdoor environments.


Unreal Tournament 2004 is a multiplayer first person shooter that combines the kill-or-be-killed experience of gladiatorial combat with cutting-edge technology. Ten game modes, both team-based and "every man for himself," provide even the most hardcore gamer with palm-sweating challenges through unbelievably detailed indoor arenas and vast outdoor environments. As the ultimate techno-gladiator of the future, players will take their fates into their hands, battling against up to 32 other players online in action-packed, frag-filled arenas.

Guns. Lots of guns.
Reload, rev up and ride out. The new Tournament is faster, higher and meaner. Land and air based vehicles take combat to a new level; while an arsenal of new weaponry, daunting arenas and battlefields and the challenge of the Assault and Onslaught modes make the gladiator blood sport of the future a brand new experience. Buckle up; it’s gonna be one hell of a ride!

New 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- Onslaught mode takes team combat to the next level! Opposing teams are pitted against each other to capture and hold strategic points in order to attack and destroy the enemy power core. Taking place in massive outdoor environments, here is where vehicular combat comes into its own. Flying and driving machines take combatants to the frontline and gigantic mobile battle stations serve as a platform from which to launch devastating attacks.


Take a spin in armor-plated luxury.
Rev-up and ride out in an array of land-, air-, and space-based vehicles that play critical roles in a successful combat strategy in Assault and Onslaught. 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.


Docking Bay 94 it isn't.
More than 95 maps will be available immediately, including more than 45 brand new maps for all existing game play modes as well as new modes of play. Vast outdoor environments, deep space combat areas and tightly packed indoor techno-arenas are all waiting for the latest entrants to the Tournament.


The entire smorgasbord of frag-dealing weaponry from Unreal Tournament 2003 returns for the experienced player to wield masterfully against new contestants. Those armaments are joined by three new implements of doom: the Mine layer, which disperses spider-like bombs that chase and harass any enemy that comes within range; the anti vehicle rocket launcher, or AVRiL, which deals out a payload of massive rockets tuned to seek and destroy enemy mechanized units; the Grenade Launcher, which launches timed explosives that will bounce on the ground and stick to enemies and enemy vehicles, only to be triggered by the weapons altfire command; and, the return of the notorious Sniper Rifle from the original Unreal tournament, completely redesigned and upgraded to make heads roll.

New Characters

Meet new, interesting people--and kill them.
Unreal Tournament 2004 introduces 32 new characters on four new teams: The human Thunder Crash, lead by Tournament hero, Malcolm; the Robotic Corrupt, lead by an upgraded Xan Kriegor; the Iron Skull, a team of merciless Skaarj warriors; and the Hellions -- reckless human mercenaries and pirates who delight in the thrill of the kill.

New Technology

Unreal Tournament not only brings new content for hardcore fans to relish, it also delivers a tremendous technology update over its predecessor, delivering a faster, slicker, deeper experience than ever before. New technological features include:

  • Voice-over IP support - command and coordinate. Give orders, rally your troops or talk smack with the enemy
  • Voice recognition - give orders to bots; no more typing when you should be fighting
  • Completely redesigned menus, including a new server browser with right-click menus and many brand-new configurable features
  • 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 UnrealTV - a proxy broadcast system allowing a huge number of spectators to watch a match live over the Internet
  • Pixomatic software renderer allowing incredible performance with no 3D card required- Play UT2004 on your laptop
  • A re-designed HUD, improved weapon effects (bullet decals, incredible explosions), improved first person weapon rendering and innumerable improvements for mod authors, new announcer voices, rendering optimizations...the list goes on!

Product Details

Platform: PC | Edition: Standard (CD)
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  • ASIN: B0000BVGOM
  • Item Weight: 12 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 15, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (136 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,054 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful By RWB on March 21, 2004
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard (CD)
UT 2003 was a pretty good game, I played the demo for hours and hours, did the same with the full game and the same with Unreal Championship for Xbox. So when I got the UT 2004 demo for PC, I was pretty excited. But nothing could have prepared me for what I was about to experience. I immediately felt at home with the game, considering many of the weapons were the same, and much of the gameplay. But there was sooooo much more. So I played the demo everyday from the time it was released up to the time I received the full game. Believe it or not, playing that one stage in Onslaught for an entire month never got boring, that is just how great the game is. The full game however, is simply AMAZING!! The graphics are absolutely jaw-dropping, especially with the highest settings enabled (you need a powerful system to run this though). I don't think I've even seen graphics this great on any of the nexgen consoles. Also the stages are massive (mainly the Assault and Onsalught stages), its amazing to think of how much detail and creation when into the design of the stages. The sound in my opinion is also great. You can hear every little minute detail, and much of the music is good and suits the stage. The control is perfect, with the default settings being totally comfortable, allowing for maximum gameplay. Ahh yess, the gameplay. You thought Quake was good, you thought Halo was good, well they're pretty crappy compared to this game. The vehicles, the weapons, the bots, the entire style of the game, is simply outstanding. There is not enough to say about the vehicles. They put Halo's vehicles to shame. There is a perfect gun for every moment, each completely different from the other.Read more ›
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By the_frog on April 20, 2004
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard (CD)
As someone who was a major addict of the original UT, and somewhat put off by the 2003 edition, I have to say that I have found that chemistry again with UT 2004. For whatever reason, "it" is back, and this game recaptures a lot of the great fun of the original.
While I personally thrilled to see the return of Assault, my favorite mode of gameplay, I must agree with many of the reviewers that Onslaught is the real star here. Onslaught provides for a long, agressive and surprisingly focused battle, which uses its vehicles well on the massive boards. In particular, the vehicle designs feel like a tremendous amount of refinement has been put into balancing their strengths, which was one of the things that truly brought a lot of fun into the original as well. This allows any person who is good enough with their favorite vehicle/weapon to excel, and that is really what makes these games fun. Unlike some games, where the person who got whatever weapon was the best could just devastate the world, UT2004 has created a setup which favors skill over resources as well as any game out there.
Of course, Unreal is also known for its graphics, and UT2004 delivers here as well. Surprisingly smooth for the level of detail delivered, UT2004 is a treat to look at. Audio is basic and boomy, with the biggest change being the return of the original announcer's voice. The top end is VERY high, though. I own a fairly substantial 2.5 GHz P4, 512 MB RAM, and a ATI Radeon 9700 Pro, and find that the middle settings on most of the many, many adjustable graphical effects are the best for relatively skip-free gameplay.
Which does bring us to the major weakness of the game: You need a fairly beefy system to play. While it certainly work surprisingly well on the minimum requirements, the 5.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Alpha numeric honky tonk funk on October 30, 2005
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard (CD)
This game is awesome right out of the box but if you really want to see this thibg take off.do this------

1. download the latest patch from gamespot.com (search for unreal2004) their is also the editors choice edition bonus pack which has extra vehicles and extra players on this website too!

2. after that go to this website [...]

to get the community bonus packs and unpack the files to their specific folders.

3 go to this website [...] to get the skins you like for unreal 2004 and unpack them to their specific folders

4.Enjoy the game!!! it has lots of levels which are just awesome to look at. I hope this helps---cheers!!
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Wayn3 on February 16, 2004
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard (CD)
Unreal 2004 combines UT 2003 and Halo together. I played the demo online and I must say the graphics are just beautiful. I have an ati radeon 8500 128mb, 1GB of corsair pc2700, and a p4 2ghz and I handeled the game at MAX settings at 1024x768 -- the engine is really something. For those of you who say that 2003 was better, thats impossible, because if you don't like the cars and "complicated" missions, there are good ol' deathmatch, team deathmatch, FFA and capture the flag matches without vehicles. Sound deserves 5 stars. If you have an audigy and a nice sound system (like logitech z560) this game is gonna rock your house. The ONLY thing I didn't like was the lagginess on big public servers (im talkin 32 ppl). Sometimes it gets outa hand and you cant even aim straight. But if its a LAN party - thats another story.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By L. Bufkin on May 27, 2004
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard (CD)
If you liked UT2003,then UT2004 will be off-the-hook!!
The graphics is phenomenal,also the AI isnot bad either.
I have 256mb Video,512mb ram,P4,DSL.
Over 100 levels of play,and new Maps.
My favorite game is the invasion board,you and your teammates (real or bots) must fight off a wave on monsters for 3minutes.
IF you are fragged you will respawn,if atleast 1 teammate survives,on the next wave,you will then respawn.
Each consecutive wave gets harder,as the monsters get tougher,and new monster appear,with deadlier weapontry.
I also like Onslaught,a sort on capture the flag game,but better. You must secure power-nodes,for you team. As you secure these nodes,you eventually get to the opposite teams base,and you can now destory there power-core to win.
Also,when playing the single player game,you win credits for every game you win against your opponent. You must pay your teammates,and also pay their injury bills. You can manage you team,sort of like XBOX's Madden 2004.

After installing your game,goto the website,and download the 12mb upgrade. This will allow you to play game,with out inserting the Play Disc.
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