Here's a couple Unreal Tournament YouTube Videos:
I had maybe forgotten to mention that the first link is an Unreal Tournament 3
mod. I don't know whether the second link is Unreal Tournament (1999), Unreal Tournament 2003, Unreal Tournament 2004, or Unreal Tournament 3.
The Unreal games take place in the future when there's apparently lightspeed travel to planets and moons. You can play as a human, robot, space alien, or even custom characters.
I want to try to make this less confusing. You can buy Unreal Anthology for $20 to $35 at game stores. It includes Unreal Gold, Unreal Tournament (1999 Version), Unreal 2, and Unreal Tournament 2004. Unreal Gold includes a mission pack called Return To Na Pali. Na Pali is an Earth-like planet or moon. Unreal Tournament 2004 is apparently an upgrade of Unreal Tournament 2003. However, some mods for Unreal Tournament 2003 won't work for Unreal Tournament 2004. I don't remember that much about Unreal 2.
I bought Unreal Anthology in 2008 after I saw a senior class project computer graphics team at Purdue make an Unreal Tournament 2004 or 3 mod in 2007. They were Burly Iceberg Games. I was a Computer Graphics Technology major at Purdue. There was also an individual at Purdue who made his own Unreal Tournament 3 mod.
I'm asking for Unreal Tournament 3 Collector's Edition for Christmas. It includes an art book. Unreal Tournament 3 was originally planned to be called Unreal Tournament 2007.
There will be an Unreal Tournament 4, I believe.
LegoWolf3D planned a Wolfenstein 3D mod for one of The Unreal Tournament games. He used to have a video of it on Youtube. He didn't finish the mod. One reason why he quit was because Unreal games play too fast on newer computers.
Some mods at fileplanet.com or planetunreal.com are like futuristic race car games or the Star Wars Tie Fighter game.Edit:
I meant to type that Unreal Anthology includes Unreal Tournament Game of The Year Edition.