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Out of curiosity, I was just wondering how many of you here plan to buy Unreal Tournament 2004.. I've pre-ordered it, because I think it looks really good with the new/reintroduced game types and vehicles. Apparently, it's also going to be compatible with the original UT2003.. What do you think?
I'll be getting this one when it comes, it seems like they're really revamping the game well, adding some teamwork in, and finally bringing back the assault mode, which was the best part of the first game. And vehicles too!
I have both UT and UT2003. (though I can't get the former to run in SuSE Linux. )
While UT2003 has better graphics and some great outdoors arenas... The original UT has much better music, better internal arenas (So far they have yet to outdo "Pressure"), I loved the GOTY expansions... When UT2003 came about they'd removed so much that I was depressed. I did ultimately find redeeming qualities in the new game, though...
I have to try UT2004 in advance, I won't blindly buy this time. UT2003 was too much of a downer compared to its predecessor.
And if I do buy, it'll be because it's got native Linux support. These FPS games are made for Linux.