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- Online play lets you test your skill against others.
- Large number of weapons to use.
- Vehicles add to the multiplayer game.
- Several scenario modes to play like Capture the Flag and Onslaught.
- Coarse language is unsuitable for younger players.
Unreal Tournament '04 Fast Facts
- As its title indicates, Unreal Tournament 2004 was released on March 16, 2004.
- Like the other Unreal Tournament entries, 2004 was developed by Epic Games. However, extra content was produced by other companies, like Digital Extremes, Psyonix, and Streamline Studios.
- The rest of the Unreal Tournament series includes Unreal Tournament, Unreal Tournament 2003, and Unreal Tournament III. The Tournament series is in turn part of the much larger Unreal franchise, which includes the original Unreal, Return to Na Pali, Unreal Championship 1 and 2, and Unreal II: The Awakening.
- Epic is most well-known for the Gears of War series, though the company also made an iOS game called Infinity Blade and co-developed Shadow Complex.
- The game is available for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux platforms.
- Unreal Tournament 2004 won 'Best Multiplayer Game of 2004' from IGN, Gamespy and Computer Gaming World.
- The Unreal Tournament series is known to have been frequently played by actress Jessica Steinhauser, who even made her own mods and hosted her own servers.
- The game's demo was downloaded more than 1.5 million times during its first week.
- Unreal Tournament 2004 has a 93 percent approval rating from critics on Metacritic.
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