Excerpt: "Unreal Tournament was one of the most intense, electrifying games in the history, and it was nothing less than a wonder among the First Person Shooters. But the sequel to the game went the other way, as it could offer nothing more than some better graphics. We have the next offerings in Unreal Tournament 2004 and 2007 which is to be released soon, but Unreal Tournament still stands as a void between two outstanding titles. Well, it does look better, ...
Pros: graphics, music, other effects, multiplayer
Cons: not enough options, some great features of the original are missing, not too realistic
Summary: The first thing you'll notice is that this game is gorgeous on an adequate system (even a two-year old midrange desktop). Continuing in the UT tradition, the levels are varied, artistic, detailed, and very open, with plenty of options for getting from point A to point B and possibly changing destinations to point C in a hurry when you see three enemies barring your way. The graphics are truly stunning, and the physics engine is amazingly detailed.
Summary: i liked it it had everything going for it BUT the size of the game was minute i finished it in 1 hour and with the unreal tornimant the first one it looks like it was slaped together in minits
Summary: Whatever, its not great. It is not realistic at all, nor does it try to be. You run at incredibal speeds, take punishment that seems more sutable for a tank, and there are all sorts of powerups around the ring. But it does offer a relief from games like Counter-Strike. Its always fun playing futuristic FPS's, where you wield massive guns, and wear giant power suits, but it gets old fast.
Summary: Ok, so I can understand most people's complaints about all those features being taken off the game. And I'll admit I was a bit dissapointed too. But in no way is this game horrible! Yes it's got great graphics, and as much as I know graphics don't make a game, it sure helps alot! And the lighting effects? Amazing. I haven't seen a single lighting glitch in the game..so i'm geussing the people with lighting glitch complaints have computers that may be a little bit off..
Summary: I bought this game, and although I am not big on Unreal and Quake and the sort I thought it would be interesting to give it a try. I just found the concept of blowing up everyone and picking up weapons to be boring. I did try the game...gave it about 2 hours gameplay time, and it just was not enough to keep me entertained. The graphics are great, the gameplay is extrememly fast. But the content, well, if you like to shoot and run, then this is for you.
Summary: The reason i say wait is because they are making a sequal in i think the end of October. I like the overall playing of the game and the graphics. I also like the whole theme that the whole thing is a sport with spectators like wrestling. But i found that a few levels where a little harder than the general uprising of difficulty, The editor i can't figure out. Hopefully they'll make it a little easier like warcraft 3's editor.
Summary: This game is pretty fun. The ragdoll physics are neat. But the weapons are horrible. Sniper rifles should kill in one hit, that simple. it should reward you for headshots, but 2 shots to the chest doesn't work. when u r a sniper, 1 shot is often all u get. They really messed it up from the original Unreal Tourney. The original is much beter, and I now have that installed, While 2003 collects dust.
Lacks the atmosphere that it's prequel added to the game
14 July 2003
Summary: Unreal Tournament-adding a new defintion of death match in the dictionary. Forget the Quake 3 3-D crap, that's just boring. Unreal Tournament actually feeled and still does feel like a single player experience for a multiplayer game. The original unreal tournament hit the shelves in about november 1999. What did it provide for the gaming community that was good?
Summary: First, my credentials: I'm a semi-professional Quake 3 player, and I've been playing shooters for the last 5 years. No, I'm not the catscratch from QW - I played Lith Q2 with SoH before moving on to OSP Q3. Ok, let's get to the reviewing. When it comes to UT, there's little to no middle ground - people either love it or hate it, but only a few will be objective. I'll try to be one of those. From a technical point of view, the game is superb.