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Unreal Tournament Videos and Trailers - PC

Unreal Tournament
  • Publisher: GT Interactive
  • Genre:Shooter
  • Developer: Epic Games
  • Release Date:Nov 26, 1999
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Animated Blood and Gore, Animated Violence)
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Game Description:The Skaarj war is over, but fighting between the different factions and the mysterious and bloodthirsty Phayder are escalating. A Tournament is held to contain competition. Soon, this turns from a few gladiatorial combats between convicts into major public events and the biggest source of income for the Liandri Corporation. Several factions will be competing in this year's tournament, each with their motives. You are a member of one of them, and must prove to be worthy of facing Xan Kriegor himself in each of the 43 maps, mastering the 11 weapons at your disposal and confronting the most powerful computer AI to date - or your friends in multiplayer mode.
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