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 May 05, 2005 - 10:13 AM - by Michael
* UT Paradigm Shift

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1up.com's got an article on the next generation of Unreal Tournament games as they shift to the Unreal 3 engine.

Reportedly they're not happy with UT2004 (neither was I; it seems like UT's been getting into a major rut).

Apparently, members of the hardcore UT community agree. "We've paid a lot of attention to what the guys in the community are saying, and we take that feedback to heart. We've got guys that troll the forums every day [and read feedback]," Jim says. What's their biggest critique? "I would say mobility. Mobility and weapon balance. That's more for the hardcore guy who plays every day or on a regular basis, but balancing that out overall will make the whole game feel better, and so everybody will benefit."
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