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With the amount of bugfixes and new features added, America's Army is perhaps the only game with such big popularity that is so close to open source. If AAO ever releases its source and allows modding, I am sure it will surpass UT and other fps by a magnitude.
Originally posted by Inexactitude I don't think any shooter out there today can even compete with America's army. Definetly one of the bestr tactical games ever created.
I think it depends on why one plays a game. Personally I don't care for tactics...if I'm playing a shooter, my primary objective is to waste 20 minutes blowing the hell out of things =o).
UT does just that