Unreal Tournament 2004

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Unreal Tournament 2004 - Mega Bonus Pack

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You can install this bonus pack on any version of UT2004. The MegaPack includes the following maps: Assault: AS-BP2-Acatana Intense space fighting and on-foot combat combine in this recreation of the historic Skaarj invasion of the Acatana asteroid belt. AS-BP2-Jumpship Be part of the elite team that infiltrated and hijacked the first warp capable Jumpship. AS-BP2-Outback City slickers just took over the outback’s top brewery – get over there pronto and stop the production of their tasteless Zero Beer before it takes over Oz! AS-BP2-SubRosa Fight your way into a Liandri research facility and steal the original plans for the Redeemer. AS-BP2-Thrust A recreation of the infamous destruction of the Saturn IX rocket where a team of rebel fighters launched it unguided and half fueled into hostile waters. CTF: CTF-BP2-Concentrate Tall spires tower over this Capture the Flag battle set on a derelict outpost deep in the Elorean Seas. CTF-BP2-Pistola This twin complex of concrete and metal combines the beauty of nature with the harsh lines of industrial architecture to create a fierce battle arena. Deathmatch: DM-BP2-Calandras The courtyards of Calandras were once beautiful and welcoming. While the Temple’s interiors have been preserved, a new less-inviting use has been found for the exteriors. DM-BP2-GoopGod For centuries the Nali monks managed to keep this sacred burial ground hidden until Liandri satellites discovered the location during a routine satellite sweep. The area was mined, and what remained was converted into a tournament arena, corpses and all. The content from the first bonuspack, also included, is: Onslaught: ONS-Adara ONS-IslandHop ONS-Tricky ONS-Urban Three new vehicles: SPMA (Self Propelled Mobile Artillery) The SPMA is a two person vehicle, with the driver controlling a long range artillery piece. Alt-fire deploys the spotter camera. Enemies will want to shoot down the spotter camera as soon as they see it, to keep the SPMA from raining destruction from afar. An AVRiL at the spotter camera will automatically re-direct toward the SPMA if it ever becomes visible to the AVRiL. Paladin The Paladin is a defense focused vehicle, with a powerful energy projectile cannon and a defensive shield alt-fire. Firing the cannon while the shield is deployed will heavily damage nearby players. Cicada The two-man Cicada ground attack bomber is a powerful weapon against ground targets, but is easy prey for Raptors. The pilot can fire missiles, or use the alt-fire to specify a target. While holding alt-fire, multiple missiles are loaded up, and released when alt-fire is released. These missiles will all track toward the specified target location, so the alt-fire can be used to avoid enemy fire while loading up missiles. The second seat in the Cicada is an energy beam turret located on the belly of the Cicada. Its alt-fire is chaff that can be used to confuse incoming AVRiLs. Six new characters: Mekkor (Skaarj) Mekkor is from the Black Fist Clan, sworn enemies of the Iron Skull Clan. Severely injured in battle, he is testing his new cybernetic armor in the Tournament. Skrilax (Skaarj) Skrilax is from the Black Fist Clan, sworn enemies of the Iron Skull Clan. Alongside his brother Mekkor, he was severely injured while fighting the Iron Skull Clan.\" Barktooth (Iron Guard) Barktooth would rather rip an opponent to shreds with his bare hands than fight from afar. He also finds close range Flak shots very satisfying.\" Karag (Iron Guard) Before joining the Iron Guard, Karag honed his weapon handling skills during a long stint as a Marshall for the Terran Colonial Authority. His style and panache already have the the Tournament audience abuzz.\" Kragoth (Necris) After an absence of several years, the Necris are preparing a return to the Tournament. Known as the \'Star Slayer,\' Kragoth is a dread Necris Phayder assassin. He is rumored to have single handedly killed the entire crew of an ICV Star Cruiser.\" Thannis (Necris) After an absence of several years, the Necris are preparing a return to the Tournament. Thannis is participating to scout the competition.\"

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UT2004 Editor's Choice Edition Content

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but not all. I must say, that the new vehicles kick the most possible ass ever. The artillary thing is fun, but very hard to play with. All the recoil in it ruins your shot, but will be good if someone in your clan knows how to use it. The Paladin tank is cool, I use it as a giant shield gun basically. Secondary fire produces a big ass shield in front of the tank, primary shoots some wierd energy blast. I haven't been able to play with the Cicada, but I would imagine it sucks unless you play online. It is a two seater flying vehicle. It isn't as manueverable as the Raptor, but it can dive and climb faster. It has missle that can be launched by the pilot, and the passenger has control over the laser that can shoot down Avril rockets. The maps are nice too, haven't played them much. I will try to review the maps later, I am watching my new Star Wars DVDs.

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CBP2 Volume 1

cbp2volume1zip.zip | 194.33 MB

play. The middle power node is the turning point in the game get that your pretty much home free....hopefully ;) Argento is a very good map love the idea one thing I have to say about this map is it is to bright. Power nodes also well placed. Valarna is a very big map this map has to be my favorite ONS map released in the CBP2. Mirage was very fun to play when I was on our server action packed map :). As far as the models go they had some interesting ones Aurora is a Matrix look alike but has totally different features on the body. Well glumpf looks strange can’t explain it...he kind of looks like a snakeish looking creature. GothGirl is a very hot modeled model :) ;) karaash looks like he is the same race of glumpf but this model is green and has a bit different clothing. To keep you from having to read all this I’ll shut up now and let you download it ;) (I'm sorry I couldn’t list all the maps / features of this CBP there’s just so many! :) ) Enjoy! -RedTechie [b]FF|review:[/b] Two words: worth it. [url="http://unrealtournament2004.filefront.com/file/CBP2_Volume_2;26550"]Volume 2[/url]

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UT2004 Windows XP Bonus Maps

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Packs\". What I am sure of, is that these are naturally two excellent Onslaught maps. [b]Ascendancy[/b] and [b]Aridoom[/b]. [b][i]ONS-Ascendancy[/i][/b] (Screenshots 1-4) This one, I liked. It has that... feel to it. The basic outline is rocky terrain, adorned with fascinating crystal structures and small outposts ready for occupying. There\'s also a small base built in to the hillside, which for some odd reason has a Raptor spawn point in it. Each team also starts with an established base, with a good compliment of vehicles. This is a map built for two large teams, no question about it. The terrain layout, the established bases and outposts, and the vehicles on offer - every specialist plays their role on this one. It\'s warfare, and it\'s not in a very friendly mood. I found over 40 different tactical approaches to taking out the enemy side within my first ten minutes of playtesting. This map will lead to some fun battles, this I can guarantee. No two games on ONS-Ascendancy will ever be the same. [b][i]ONS-Aridoom[/i][/b] (Screenshots 5-8) This one is nowhere near as big as Ascendancy. In fact, it only has three powernodes. Still doesn\'t make the map any less playable, though, it\'s just on a smaller scale. The general summary of Aridoom is two small forts in a desert canyon, with some open ground leading between the two, as well as the remnants of a major roadway. It\'s a small map, but there\'s certainly a good amount of cover to use. I wouldn\'t really recommend playing this with more than 5 players per team, it gets cramped at that point. I can\'t really say much about this one, it\'s pretty standard-issue. Good, but standard-issue nevertheless. Overall, this is a twin-pack that needs to be in the arsenal of any ONS player, for quality and playability if nothing else. ~ Kouen

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CBP2 Volume 2

cbp2volume2zip.zip | 191.16 MB

also new skins, some new mutators and some other goodies. Some of the maps are simply amazing, especially the snowy ones :) It's a bit of a pity theres no SP stuff, but with this plus the first pack there's really nothing to fault, as with so much variety this should please everyone :) (Plus I got to use the server to server transfer, always wanted to do that :D ) ~Szico VII~ Maps : BR-Bahera by Ed Duke-Cox CTF-Bahera by Ed Duke-Cox CTF-Botanic by Dave "Anarkist" Kostiuk CTF-Pistola by Sidney "Clawfist" Rauchberger and Dave "Anarkist" Kostiuk DM-Buliwyf by Nathillien Thilsa DM-Drakonis by Vorlon DM-Kerosene by Paul "Taz" Mader DM-KillbillyBarn by Teddie "teddabod" Tapawan DM-Koma by Soenke C."Warbeast" Seidel DM-KroujKran by Rogelio "Desperado#2" Olguin and Hourences DM-Meitak by Nick "neoduck" Donaldson DM-Niflheim by Nathillien Thilsa DM-Tempest by Dave "Anarkist" Kostiuk, Rogelio "Desperado#2" Olguin, Ed-Duke Cox and Rachel Cordone DM-TensileSteel by Colin "Lruce Bee" Murphy DM-Torkenstein by Emanuel "krolizard" Da Roit DM-Tydal by Rich "Lord Heisher" Black DOM-Gerroid by Anthony "Radeon285" Vogt ONS-Brassed by Emanuel "krolizard" Da Roit ONS-Pasargadae by Ed Duke-Cox ONS-Yorda by Soenke C."Warbeast" Seidel Skins Bale, Enki, Neil and Tyler by Jerome "Loric" Diard Mutators Angel Item Physics by Rachel "Angel Mapper" Cordone Target Practice by Rachel "Angel Mapper" Cordone [b]FF|review:[/b] Two words: worth it. [url="http://unrealtournament2004.filefront.com/file/;26250"]Volume 1[/url]

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Unreal Tournament 2004 - Mega Bonus Pack Linux

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(Editor\'s Choice Edition) bonus pack for UT2004. You can install this bonus pack on any version of UT2004. The MegaPack includes the following maps: Assault: AS-BP2-Acatana Intense space fighting and on-foot combat combine in this recreation of the historic Skaarj invasion of the Acatana asteroid belt. AS-BP2-Jumpship Be part of the elite team that infiltrated and hijacked the first warp capable Jumpship. AS-BP2-Outback City slickers just took over the outback’s top brewery – get over there pronto and stop the production of their tasteless Zero Beer before it takes over Oz! AS-BP2-SubRosa Fight your way into a Liandri research facility and steal the original plans for the Redeemer. AS-BP2-Thrust A recreation of the infamous destruction of the Saturn IX rocket where a team of rebel fighters launched it unguided and half fueled into hostile waters. CTF: CTF-BP2-Concentrate Tall spires tower over this Capture the Flag battle set on a derelict outpost deep in the Elorean Seas. CTF-BP2-Pistola This twin complex of concrete and metal combines the beauty of nature with the harsh lines of industrial architecture to create a fierce battle arena. Deathmatch: DM-BP2-Calandras The courtyards of Calandras were once beautiful and welcoming. While the Temple’s interiors have been preserved, a new less-inviting use has been found for the exteriors. DM-BP2-GoopGod For centuries the Nali monks managed to keep this sacred burial ground hidden until Liandri satellites discovered the location during a routine satellite sweep. The area was mined, and what remained was converted into a tournament arena, corpses and all. The content from the first bonuspack, also included, is: Onslaught: ONS-Adara ONS-IslandHop ONS-Tricky ONS-Urban Three new vehicles: SPMA (Self Propelled Mobile Artillery) The SPMA is a two person vehicle, with the driver controlling a long range artillery piece. Alt-fire deploys the spotter camera. Enemies will want to shoot down the spotter camera as soon as they see it, to keep the SPMA from raining destruction from afar. An AVRiL at the spotter camera will automatically re-direct toward the SPMA if it ever becomes visible to the AVRiL. Paladin The Paladin is a defense focused vehicle, with a powerful energy projectile cannon and a defensive shield alt-fire. Firing the cannon while the shield is deployed will heavily damage nearby players. Cicada The two-man Cicada ground attack bomber is a powerful weapon against ground targets, but is easy prey for Raptors. The pilot can fire missiles, or use the alt-fire to specify a target. While holding alt-fire, multiple missiles are loaded up, and released when alt-fire is released. These missiles will all track toward the specified target location, so the alt-fire can be used to avoid enemy fire while loading up missiles. The second seat in the Cicada is an energy beam turret located on the belly of the Cicada. Its alt-fire is chaff that can be used to confuse incoming AVRiLs. Six new characters: Mekkor (Skaarj) Mekkor is from the Black Fist Clan, sworn enemies of the Iron Skull Clan. Severely injured in battle, he is testing his new cybernetic armor in the Tournament. Skrilax (Skaarj) Skrilax is from the Black Fist Clan, sworn enemies of the Iron Skull Clan. Alongside his brother Mekkor, he was severely injured while fighting the Iron Skull Clan.\" Barktooth (Iron Guard) Barktooth would rather rip an opponent to shreds with his bare hands than fight from afar. He also finds close range Flak shots very satisfying.\" Karag (Iron Guard) Before joining the Iron Guard, Karag honed his weapon handling skills during a long stint as a Marshall for the Terran Colonial Authority. His style and panache already have the the Tournament audience abuzz.\" Kragoth (Necris) After an absence of several years, the Necris are preparing a return to the Tournament. Known as the \'Star Slayer,\' Kragoth is a dread Necris Phayder assassin. He is rumored to have single handedly killed the entire crew of an ICV Star Cruiser.\" Thannis (Necris) After an absence of several years, the Necris are preparing a return to the Tournament. Thannis is participating to scout the competition.\"

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