Unreal Tournament: Game of the Year Edition Reviews (Windows)

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Unreal Tournament: Game of the Year Edition is one sweet game. With tons of maps, modes of play, and frantic single and multiplayer action, UT is where it's at. Using the included game-finder, you can search the Internet for the perfect game. Controls are very user-friendly and the interface is Windows-familiar. UT: GOTY is near perfect, and should be a must buy for any fan of the first person shooter genre.
HonestGamers (Dec 10, 2003)
Only a few games reach such lofty heights. This one is remarkable in most every way, and brilliantly executed.
Fans of UT undoubtedly know that most of the things I’ve mentioned are available for free on the Internet. UT:GOTYE is not for the fans – it’s for new players or people that may have passed up UT on the first run through. There is a reason that UT was selected Game of the Year by multiple gaming publications: (a lot of "F" words coming up) it’s fast furious fun for FPS fanatics! The graphics, audio, weapon balance (secondary fire kicks ass!) and creative level design make Unreal Tournament: Game of the Year Edition one of the all time best games of the FPS genre and gaming in general. If you missed it, get it!
On its face, there really isn't anything wrong with this bundle, but it's a shame that it lacks any new content to lure people that already own the original game. It would have been nice if there were a mod or two that you could only get by buying the Game of the Year Edition.