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Unreal Episode 2 - The Awakening

Released on 07 February 2003

Rating: 15+ (ELSPA)

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Unreal II is the sequel to the original Unreal and takes place in the same fictional universe - but the main player character and the locations are different than those found in the first game.
As the player, you are the lone representative of the Law in a distant sector of space. You patrol your beat in the creaky but seviceable starship Atlantis, a former military escort vessel that was decommissioned and retrofitted for civil government service long ago. You are accompanied by a support crew of three: Ne Ban is your trusty alien pilot, Isaak is an engineer who keeps the ship running, and Aida acts as your intelligence officer - she monitors the situation in the sector, keeps you up to date and briefs you before you leave the Atlantis to go on a planetary mission.
Things are quiet... until the sector erupts in a full scale interstellar war. Battles rage on and around more than ten vastly different worlds as several alien races, multiple mercenary armies, and the infamous Terran Military engage in fierce combat. You are caught in the middle of the fighting, and must balance your responsibility to protect the colonists, archeologists, miners, and other civilians in your sector... with the duty to discover the source of the conflict and put an end to the war.
Unreal II takes the form of a series of missions linked by the narrative framework of the game's story. Missions may take place in the dense jungle of a tropical planet, in the ancient ruins of an alien city, deep underground in a warren of tunnels, on the molten surface of a hellish volcanic world, in the bowels of an alien industrial facility, in the endless oceans of a water-bound world, or on board an enemy starship. There are more than ten unique settings, each with its own distinct look and production design.
  • New particle system realistically models fire, smoke, cloth, hair, weather effects, and breaking glass.
  • New weapons include a leech gun that can slow an enemy down or drain his life force, a Takkra that releases hunter/killer drones that can track down and fire on an opponent, and a fearsome psi weapon known as the MindClaw.
  • More than 24 enemies will make an appearance in Unreal II.
  • Brand new Unreal level editor.
  • Realistic outdoor scenery generated by a new large scale terrain system.

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 Average rating (2 reviews)

 Amazing Game!

| | See all Dalek22's reviews (5)

Played it in 2003, i enjoyed it!
The graphics were ok! not to bad..
Story was decent..
Many good reviews.

And very fun.

 Under-rated

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This game has always been very under-rated and I don't know why. It had good graphics, sounds, playability, story and so on...I recently played Halo but I didn't find it to be much better than this one, indeed the two games are very similar in some ways...
Probably on PC the genre is a bit inflationated, while on consoles there's a shortage.
Anyway you should give it a try, I was not disappointed.

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Rating15+ (ELSPA)
Players1
Minimum RequirementsHard Drive Space: 3GB
Memory: 256MB RAM
Video: 32MB NVIDIA GeForce 2 MX
Sound Card: Windows-compatible
Modem: 33.6 Kbps
Media Type: CD-ROM 8x
Operating System: Windows 98, 2000, Me, XP
Processor Type: Pentium III, AMD Athlon
Processor Speed: 766MHz