#1 posted by nitin
on 2004/03/18 06:05:40
Ortican (not sure about this, could be for Unreal Tournament rather than Unreal)
sbegin1 & sbegin2
Tower of Shrakith'a
If you have Unreal Tournament then you also want Xidia and Operation Na Pali.
Also, check out http://unrealsp.org
for reviews and other maps.
Lastly, I cant remember the site (Oldunreal or something) but that has updated drivers which are a lot quicker.
#2 posted by truskosky on 2004/03/18 17:06:52
great. gonna go check them out. :D
#3 posted by MisYu
on 2004/03/19 10:56:43
I heard there will be Operation Na Pali ][, suited for UT2K3 engine, is that true?
#4 posted by truskosky on 2004/03/20 20:04:16
must be a myth
Once I managed to download it (NOT from FilePlanet - you have to go to Team Vortex's site and choose another mirror), waited in the FilePlanet queue to get UT upgraded, and finally managed to install the sodding thing, I was impressed with it right until the end of the first map, when it restarted my computer. Maybe I shouldn't have turned on fog.
ONP And More
#6 posted by Scragbait on 2004/03/21 19:18:41
I've seen UT pretty cheap in stores. It is well worth picking up just to use for some great SP projects out there. Several of the big name UTSP projects (ONP and Xidia) include OldSkool which is used for SP on UT.
Fatty - Try and get ONP to work - it really was an enjoyable project.
For Unreal, Nitin made a good list and bookmark UnrealSP.org. Get Alingar2 and 3 by Tin 'Kew' Jervis - he is a master of atmosphere. You may get lost but it is a must play. Nitin already mention Illhaven but grab the Illhaven Saga to get a series of maps that are awesome. Go to the reviews on UnrealSP.org and in general, if they got rated well, the maps should be fun - I've played almost of of them.
Xidia for UT was excellent but the second map (I think it was the 2nd map) wouldn't allow saving. Other then that, it's a must play. Also, if you do a UMOD installation, unzip tropheus.zip to the music subdirectory in Unreal Tournament afterward. If you don't do this, the extro sequence after the first episode will not launch.
If You Haven't Played Unreal...
#7 posted by Scragbait on 2004/03/21 19:22:57
...you are in for a treat. In many ways it was created in the same spirit as Quake - with the desire to make the SP game very immersive and atmospheric.
Also, if you haven't played it and you do pick up UT, I think you can play the entire Unreal game with the UT engine. I don't know the details, but I've heard that it can be done. I think you use OldSkool and you copy maps and music files over to the same named folders in UT.
#8 posted by nonentity
on 2004/03/21 19:40:54
How can anyone not have played Unreal? The second level was one of the best bits of FPS 'history'.
Another Good One
#9 posted by Mae on 2006/11/09 22:05:42
Skaarj Tower - Shadow and Fire. Just 2 maps, but keeps you entertained for hours. I was quite impressed.
How The Fuck Do People Drag Up Two Year Old Threads
#10 posted by Lunaran
on 2006/11/10 00:45:34
when you have to specifically go look for them?
#11 posted by metlslime
on 2006/11/10 01:09:22
they might have come to this specific thread from a google search.
#12 posted by inertia
on 2006/11/10 08:11:28
just hates topical discussion!
It's All In The Name ^^
#13 posted by UnrealSuxFagot on 2006/11/10 16:59:24
Great Unreal Sp Maps
That be a contradiction in terms...
an oxymoron if you will...
a kin to saying Great Scampie Maps...
it's purely fictional...
#14 posted by DaZ
on 2006/11/10 20:32:50
Back when it was new, Unreal > Quake 2 by a loooooooong shot.