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Unreal II: The Awakening (2003)

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Former Marine John Dalton is called back into service to retrieve seven pieces of an ancient artifact thought to make a powerful weapon when assembled.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Mack Michael Mack ... Marshal John Dalton (voice)
Jacqueline Underwood Jacqueline Underwood ... Aida (voice) (as Jackie Underwood)
Jeff Baker ... Isaak / Ezechiel Meyer / Additional Voices (voice)
Grant K. Roberts Grant K. Roberts ... Ne'Ban (voice) (as Grant Roberts)
Michael Kramer Michael Kramer ... Sector Commander / Additional Voices (voice)
Clinton Brandhagen ... Danny Miller / Additional Voices (voice)
Chris Stezin Chris Stezin ... Raff / Additional Voices (voice)
Susan Allenback Susan Allenback ... Computer Voice (voice)
Sam Elmore Sam Elmore ... Additional Voices (voice)
Leo Erickson Leo Erickson ... Additional Voices (voice)
Rick Foucheux Rick Foucheux ... Additional Voices (voice)
Wes Johnson ... Additional Voices (voice)
James Kinstle James Kinstle ... Additional Voices (voice)
Steve Lee Steve Lee ... Additional Voices (voice)
John Lescault John Lescault ... Additional Voices (voice)
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Former Marine John Dalton is called back into service to retrieve seven pieces of an ancient artifact thought to make a powerful weapon when assembled.

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Action | Sci-Fi

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Official Sites:

Epic Games

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

February 2003 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Alternate Versions

The game was ported to XBox with the multiplayer mode pre-installed. A bigger change, however, is on the ship. In the PC version, you would walk around the ship and talk to your crew members. On the XBox version, it cut out the walking around and just forces you into the conversations. See more »

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Follows Unreal (1998) See more »

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Not as good as the first one
9 August 2006 | by Sang21See all my reviews

Unreal II is a good game if you don't look at it as a follow-up to the original game. Unfortunately, it is, and in that way it is completely disappointing. Unreal II looks better than it's predecessor, but the gameplay is inferior.

The protagonist, John Dalton, moves incredibly slow and thus it's pretty hard to avoid incoming projectiles. He also talks a lot and it's very annoying. The game is full of little jokes which are sometimes funny, but other times Dalton's voice is just so annoying you just want to mute him.

Designwise the outdoor areas look good - They aren't as jaw-dropping as the (pretty basic) outdoor areas in Unreal (1), though. Most of the time you are in pretty generic locations - Think hi-tech labs and all that stuff. There are a few exceptions, for example in one level you'll find yourself in the inside of a living, organic planet.

The game doesn't get overly interesting until the last levels, unfortunately. The final level is easily the best of the bunch. The ending is pretty disappointing, though, but I won't spoil it.


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