Excerpt: In 2001, the Dreamcast was already announced dead. Thankfully, the memo didn't reach Infogrames and id in time, as they went ahead with their releases of Unreal Tournament and Quake III: Arena on the system that would keep the system alive a little longer. Even better, the Dreamcast has a keyboard and mouse that can be used in these first-person shooters on a system that lacked the essential dual analog sticks.
Excerpt: In recent years, the PC platform has been deluged with an infinite number of first-person shooters. As the market for single-player games in this genre became saturated, the developers of these games decided to expand the side options of multiplayer deathmatching and make entire games out of them. The Dreamcast, however, had not been blessed with this genre of games until the release of Quake III Arena ( Q3A ) many months ago.
Excerpt: > Unreal Tournament's graphics are not the best seen on the Dreamcast for a first person shooter, but what it lacks in graphics it makes up for in animation. Gunfire, character animation, and the way you can destroy your environment are what makes it cool. Overall the graphics are decent but the animations are sweet.
Excerpt: The tournament begins on the PS2! Strap into some of the most powerful futuristic military hardware and compete against rabid 'bots and three of your best friends in Epic and Infogrames' Unreal Tournament.