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It involves real players and bots playing a modified version of a combat game called Unreal Tournament 2004.
The volunteers played either a fighting game, Unreal Tournament 2004, or a shoot-em-up, Call of Duty 2, and the results were compared with another group who played more sedate games for the same time.
It doesn't feel as fresh as it originally did (what a shock as it's the third in the series) and the changes from Unreal Tournament 2004 won't be too noticeable to some.
Step forward Unreal Tournament 2004, with what is one of the fastest and most accomplished multi-player games to date.
Unreal Anthology will also include the Na Pali expansion pack for the original Unreal, the Game of the Year edition of Unreal Tournament and the Editors Choice Edition of Unreal Tournament 2004.
For the study, the researchers turned to a video game, called Unreal Tournament 2004, in which players armed with machine guns, rocket launchers and other weapons roam a post-apocalyptic world.
Xfire currently supports over 400 game titles, including: America's Army: Special Forces, Battlefield 1942, Battlefield Vietnam, Call of Duty, Counter- Strike, Dark Age of Camelot, Dark Age of Camelot -- Shrouded Isles, Diablo, Diablo II, DOOM 3, Dungeon Siege, EverQuest, Final Fantasy XI, Halo, Lineage, Lineage II, Medal of Honor Allied Assault, Meridian 59, Neverwinter Nights, PlanetSide, Quake, Quake III Arena, Starcraft, The Temple of Elemental Evil, Unreal Tournament, Unreal Tournament 2003, Unreal Tournament 2004, Warcraft III, Wolfenstein -- Enemy Territory, World of Warcraft, XEvil, and many more.
WE have a Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse, plus a headset and mike, plus the game for a lucky Unreal Tournament 2004 fan.