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    next unreal?

    I play unreal 2 and unreal tournament 2004.. in the pc.. and i want to know when or if will be release soon a new game the the pc?

    #2
    Well, yes and no. You see, Epic has been bought by the Ocean Fish Group, makers of canned seafood products, who plans to use their technology to boost sales of fish after the recent mercury contamination scare, by creating games containing fish characters the kids can play as.. the name of this new series? Unreal Tunament, of course. This will contain much of the same gameplay as the Unreal Tournament we are familiar with, only it will be predominantly underwater scenarios, vehicles will be replaced with stuff like subs and motorboats.. the lightning gun becomes the electric eel gun... etc.

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      #3
      LOL

      the serious answer? not until 2006.

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        #4
        Originally posted by {BL}Berserker
        Well, yes and no. You see, Epic has been bought by the Ocean Fish Group, makers of canned seafood products, who plans to use their technology to boost sales of fish after the recent mercury contamination scare, by creating games containing fish characters the kids can play as.. the name of this new series? Unreal Tunament, of course. This will contain much of the same gameplay as the Unreal Tournament we are familiar with, only it will be predominantly underwater scenarios, vehicles will be replaced with stuff like subs and motorboats.. the lightning gun becomes the electric eel gun... etc.
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          #5
          Originally posted by {BL}Berserker
          Well, yes and no. You see, Epic has been bought by the Ocean Fish Group, makers of canned seafood products, who plans to use their technology to boost sales of fish after the recent mercury contamination scare, by creating games containing fish characters the kids can play as.. the name of this new series? Unreal Tunament, of course. This will contain much of the same gameplay as the Unreal Tournament we are familiar with, only it will be predominantly underwater scenarios, vehicles will be replaced with stuff like subs and motorboats.. the lightning gun becomes the electric eel gun... etc.
          That was incredibly well thought out, and funny.

          gg =D

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            #6
            Originally posted by {BL}Berserker
            Well, yes and no. You see, Epic has been bought by the Ocean Fish Group, makers of canned seafood products, who plans to use their technology to boost sales of fish after the recent mercury contamination scare, by creating games containing fish characters the kids can play as.. the name of this new series? Unreal Tunament, of course. This will contain much of the same gameplay as the Unreal Tournament we are familiar with, only it will be predominantly underwater scenarios, vehicles will be replaced with stuff like subs and motorboats.. the lightning gun becomes the electric eel gun... etc.
            Oh my god...that has to be the funniest thing I have ever heard!!!:haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha:

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              #7
              Originally posted by {BL}Berserker
              Well, yes and no.
              Jesus christ, I never knew something so random and independent could be so awesome. Thanks for the laugh. :haha: :up:

              IN ANY CASE, yes, there will be another Unreal Tournament. There's all the info you'd ever need about it, in THIS THREAD.

              It will probably be out in the Christmas of 2006.

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                #8
                *bows*

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by {BL}Berserker
                  Well, yes and no. You see, Epic has been bought by the Ocean Fish Group, makers of canned seafood products, who plans to use their technology to boost sales of fish after the recent mercury contamination scare, by creating games containing fish characters the kids can play as.. the name of this new series? Unreal Tunament, of course. This will contain much of the same gameplay as the Unreal Tournament we are familiar with, only it will be predominantly underwater scenarios, vehicles will be replaced with stuff like subs and motorboats.. the lightning gun becomes the electric eel gun... etc.
                  You sir, are a god.

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                    #10
                    unreal tunament

                    :haha:


                    :up:

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                      #11
                      all hail giant smilies!
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                        #12
                        OMFG!!! this is sick :haha: :haha: :haha:

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by {BL}Berserker
                          Well, yes and no. You see, Epic has been bought by the Ocean Fish Group, makers of canned seafood products, who plans to use their technology to boost sales of fish after the recent mercury contamination scare, by creating games containing fish characters the kids can play as.. the name of this new series? Unreal Tunament, of course. This will contain much of the same gameplay as the Unreal Tournament we are familiar with, only it will be predominantly underwater scenarios, vehicles will be replaced with stuff like subs and motorboats.. the lightning gun becomes the electric eel gun... etc.
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                            #14
                            Yay, I've been sigged again

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                              2 years

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