Unreal Tournament Trailer

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The latest in the Unreal Tournament marketing drive is out, it’s a very nice trailer giving a bit of the story away and showing us some great visuals…

Seriously though how did Marcus Fenix get into this game, you think they would have used a different model for the main hero… again.

The cut scenes look very much like Gears of War but I can only presume the action is going to be very different, either way I am still really looking forward to this.

Don’t forget this is a PS3 timed exclusive and we are expecting it early next year according to the most recent media reports.

Last Updated: October 25, 2007

Gavin Mannion

I for one welcome our future robotic overlords

  • Ruslan

    The PC Beta demo was very nice, and now that we figured how to make it work in our LAN its even better. You will be amazed by the scalability of the engine allowing an old IBM T43 laptop to actually run the game!

    Cant wait for the PC version seeing the PS3 one got pushed back to what seems like 2008. Pity.

  • PillsburyDeeBoy

    Oh, how the f*ck is a game that is historically multiplayer focused seemingly having a better narrative than Gears? Jeez, Epic, if they’ve made a ton of effort with this storyline, I’ll be even more pissed off of the lack thereof in Gears…

  • Amen to that Pillsbury, don’t forget the PC GoW.

  • Also Lazy that looks more like Dom to me than Marcus.

  • LazySAGamer

    Nah I still think he looks like Marcus, anyway I think the Gears story was the best ever.

    Shoot Ugly Bad people with Big Guns… seriousyl what more do you want 😀

  • uh… yeah I was about to say ? is this Gears II?

  • Ruslan

    lol… so who’s getting GoW for the PC? You should be done with it just before UT3 is out.

  • abev

    Damn that looks ace, thing I like most about these next gen games is the smoke. AWESOME!!

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