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ESRB Rating: Mature (17+) Animated Violence, Animated Blood and Gore
92% from PC Gamer
Your Senses Expanded.. Your Fears Unleashed.. Your Reality Altered Forever..
You've been sentenced to life imprisonment on a penal colony. But the prison ship has crash landed on an unknown planet.. Look around. Crystal clear water shimmers. Shadows shift. Alien architecture fades into the horizon. Godless temples beckon. Darkness falls. You are an uninvited guest in the fastest, sleekest, most dangerous 3D world ever created.
Live it.. Breathe it.. Survive it..
Your Senses Expanded:
Your Fears Unleashed:
Your Reality Altered Forever:
Includes Unsupported Beta version of the Unreal Level Editor
Windows 95/98/NT/XP: Pentium 166 (200 MMX recommended), 16 MB RAM (32 MB recommended), 100 MB hard drive space (450 MB recommended), Sound Card, PCI local bus video card.
PC Gamer, August 1998
"...Four year later, the day of completion has finally arrived, and it's safe to say that this game was worth the wait; Unreal is an evolutionary step up from Quake II that no shooter fan should miss."
"As much as I despise gushing over pretty pictures. I've got to get this off my chest: Unreal is gorgeous. This game uses every single graphical trick in the book to create a world that becomes more than a bunch of polygons - this is a real, organic environment that the gamer is instantly drawn into.
"You begin your adventure on an exotic planet where the peaceful Nali race have been invaded by the mecha-reptilian Skaarj. The Nali's medieval-era architecture merges with the Skaarj's sci-fi control centers and ships, giving the player plenty of terrain to blast through. All of the levels are logically linked together, so a landmark you see off in the distance may be your next destination."
"While the story may fall off, there's no shortage of action from start to finish. Unreal's enemy artificial intelligence, coded by the author of the Quake Reaper Bot, will keep you on your toes. Not only are the Skaarj fast, but they roll, strafe, and duck with precision - and yes, they do run for help if they're losing a battle. They act more like human Deathmatch opponents than anything else I've see - instead of picking off peons who stupidly run straight at you, you have to pump the fire key, running and strafing around the bastards until someone dies. Enemy hit points are jacked up, and even the most basic of Skaarj troops can take at least two direct hits with a missile or grenade."
"...It is an exceptional single-player game that delivers rich, memorable environments, tried-and-true first-person gameplay, and a promising future online...."
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