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Old 27th Jul 2009, 11:06 PM   #11
brdempsey69
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Originally Posted by Sir_Brizz View Post
You think UT2003 was dumbed down?
Yes, weapons were nerfed something fierce, player characters were made to appear smaller, the movement was jacked up & all this took away from the vicious bloodfests that were so prevalent in the original UT. It was now bunny-hop hitscan fests.

That, to me, represents dumbed down.

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Originally Posted by JohnDoe641 View Post
2k3 was far from dumbed down. It added so much variety and tactic to how you moved/played.

Hi boost dodging.
It was okay at first, but after a while it became borish & the fun & entertainment factors that kept me coming back for more in the original UT, weren't there in UT2003. Actually, I had played original UT Zark arms & it was far more entertaining than UT2003's vanilla game play & after playing Zark, I've never understood people's complaints about the stock UT weapons being too powerful.
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