Even though I've never played the Unreal series itself, I've played a few UE-based games and grown a great apprechiation of that engine over the years.
Here's a list of UE-based games I've played so far:
* Star Trek: TNG - Klingon Honor Guard (UE 1)
* Star Trek: DS9 - The Fallen (UE 1)
* Star Wars: Republic Commando (UE 2)
* Renegade-X (UE 3/UDK)
* Star Trek: Excalibur (UE 4)
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As you have experience with a few old UE1 games you will be familiar with getting an old game running on new PCs, and UT99 is no different.
The tutorial linked at the top of the site "Tweak Your UT Graphics To The Maximum!" is a little dated but still relevant for all versions of UT99.
Nice to have you on-board
I did try the new renderers (OpenGL 3.7, Direct3D9 and Direct3D10) on DS9: The Fallen, but they seem seem to be incompatible.
Fortunately, there's still nGlide which helps getting that game to run on Win10 properly without having to use the Software Renderer.
That's a hard question. I'm fond of all of the ones I've listed above as they all have a certain charme.
Unfortunately, I can't play "Klingon Honor Guard" anymore as I get dizzy during gameplay, as it is the case for me with many early FPS-games like Doom, Dark Forces and Jedi Knight as well. :/
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So you know, there are Klingon skins for ut99... if you ever give our game a shot. I probably have them somewhere or other.
I've messed around with them enough:
Yes, those are Gorn... but 1 of them is wearing a Klingon uniform.