A singleplayer horror experience for UT2004! Make your way through a decimated town overrun by blood-thirsty zombies! Powerful firearms and brutal melee weapons are at your disposal as you cut and cleave through over 20 grimy and blood-soaked maps!
I'll be sure to write a review when I get done with this ;D
I gotta love Moddb's Australian mirror.
600kb/s is the most I ever seen from a website.
on Australian servers my peek is usually 1mb/ps
A Mightmare come true! i already have lost my hope in this mod! but like a zombie he come back! now i need barricade my door, instal UT2K4 wile i download the mod and PLAY!
yeah i just finsihed installing the game lol its been like 3 years since i have played it, updated and downloading the game lol, 15 more mins!
i hope it has high rez settings for this game since its so old... and i never played it on vista 64 bit lol i hope it works
Im looking forward to playing it
God, I remember hearing about it a few years back in PC Gamer,I thought it looked fun and I thought it would be released soon. After years of nothing happening and forgetting the mod I hear on the week of Halloween it's release is Halloween. The first thing I said to myself, "FINALLY!" Now I can download and play it! Just got to wait for a while :| 1GB pretty big I must say, so far seems promising. :D
DAMN thats a big installer i probably wont get this for a long time lol
Patch. Soon ! . (now). ..
That's an incredibly large file size...
I'm afraid I'm not gonna waste my time on it because everyone says that it lags...
Besides I don't have that much space left anyway D:<
i download from this site with 4.2 mb sec belive me
Can't wait to play it.
Holy ****. He finally released it! I'd long since given up hope. Good job Chicken!
were do i extract the files to??
plz, somebody know if is there a torrent or something to download this mod ? is on GB, and I haven not an estable intener conection, so I always fail at downloading this :S
I have a graphics card with Shader Model 2.0, will this work?
"the site ahead contains harmful programs"
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