If there's one thing I've learned since starting to write here at Megagames, it's that 90 per cent of the readers are grumpy old curmudgeons, so I feel pretty safe in announcing news that one of the older gamer's favourites, Unreal Tournament, is making a return soon and we have the first batch of footage to boot.
It's in the very early stages of development right now, with just some simple movement and shooting mechanics, but there is a fully functional shock rifle with both fire modes in the game.
In the above footage, the first deathmatch between the developers takes place as they test out new mechanics and notice that one player has managed to figure out how to glitch their way on to the top of the wall.
The new Unreal Tournament will be entirely free, not just free to play, according to Epic, which plans to make back its money by taking a cut of the sales of mods and maps between players and modders.
Ticking a few more gamer boxes, the developers are all veterans of the franchise, so know what they're doing when it comes to crafting a competitive, multiplayer focused shooter - that doesn't subscribe to modern Call of Duty tropes - and they're making it compatible with Mac and Linux operating systems as well as Windows.
So you bunch of assholes, does this news please you, or no?