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Unreal II: The Awakening
Game Description:In 1998, the PC gaming world was shaken by the arrival of the original Unreal. The sequel to this blockbuster, Unreal II - The Awakening, is an intense gaming experience that immerses players in an epic story-driven adventure, first-person shooter style. The game uses an advanced, real-time dialog system for fluid communications with your ship's crew and non-player characters as well as lifelike graphics powered by the latest Unreal Engine technology from Epic, with extremely high polygon counts, skeletal animation, particle system modeling (for fire, smoke, cloth, breaking glass, hair, etc.) and more. Players battle more than 24 different enemies or wield 15 weapons in the game's intense multiplayer modes.
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  • Epic Joins Steam

    Epic and Valve are working together to bring PC gamers Epic titles through Steam. The Epic games now available are: Unreal Gold Unreal II: The Awakening The Unreal Tournament series, including the recently released Unreal Tournament 3! All of Epic's titles available on Steam are offered in the Unreal Deal Pack, for $59.95. And, to...

    Posted March 17, 2008| 7 Comments

    Epic Joins Steam
  • Unreal Development Kit Launch Trailer

    Posted: November 5, 2009

    3,088 Views | 01:42

  • Unreal Engine 3 New Features GDC 2009 Trailer

    Posted: March 25, 2009

    57,214 Views | 02:45 | 2 Comments


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