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Ok i never realy played (and got realy into) UT. I've played a couple random times but never seriouse, just thought it looked good one day and im going to buy it, so getting that off my back i come to my questions, do i need Unreal Tournament 1 and 2003 to play 2004? and if i dont should i buy UT 2003 for some reason?
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I would recommend what Mike Blick said, if you are a hard core gamer, that really really want to play Unreal. But if I were you, I would just wait for UT2004.
Everyday I play Unreal Tournament G.O.T.Y, in my windows XP system. But I never bought UT2003, and now I don't have to because i'm going to buy 2004, which is like 2 games in 1. So I think it is like a waste to buy 2003 now, instead of just waiting for 2004 (for me).