Reviews and Problems with Unreal Championship 2: The Liandri Conflict
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Unreal Championship 2: The Liandri Conflict
29 May 2012
Excerpt: Unreal Championship 2: The Liandri Conflict is the successor to Unreal Championship, or what did you think? The biggest change in gameplay is the addition of melee weapons with which you need to get so close to your opponent that you can see his vains in the white of his eye.
Excerpt: There are four explosive ammo weapons, and four energy ammo weapons in the game, and you chose one of each before most matches (there are some matches where you do not, but most matches have you choose the weapons).
Excerpt: For years, Epic Games has been synonymous with pushing the envelope of first person shooters. Constantly redefining the concept of Deathmatch, Capture The Flag and other multiplayer modes, Epic’s Unreal series has focused on fast, addictive gameplay along with tons of extras to keep fans fragging...
Unreal Championship 2: The Liandri Conflict – Review
25 March 2006
Excerpt: I play games. My fiancée Gina plays games. We play together on the couch, but we don't usually play the same game at the same time. Although neither one of us would put the First-Person Shooter (FPS) genre at the top of our lists, I thought that the review copy of Unreal Championship 2: the Liandri...
Unreal Championship 2: The Liandri Conflict Review
14 December 2005
Excerpt: Despite the Xbox's relatively short life, the console has now seen three Unreal titles. Unreal Championship 2, the latest of the three, is the first time the series has looked to offer console gamers a unique playing experience that has been tailored for their system.
Excerpt: World War II action games are still going strong, years after some have said that the genre would die out. This is mainly because the guys at Infinity Ward and Activision have continued to ensure high quality in their Call of Duty games.
Excerpt: I know there are some of you out there who are so sick of World War 2-based FPS games that you're just reading this to see how bad I think Call of Duty 2 is. And in my review of the expansion pack to the first Call of Duty, I said that something needs to truly change in this sub-genre if developers...
Conclusion: The offline portion of the franchise has certainly not been one of the strong points of the series, but UC2 certainly attempts to change that. While the single player game is still focused on training you for the multiplayer segment of the game, there is an average storyline and a few other modes to...
Excerpt: The Unreal series has had a tough time on consoles so far. PC gamers have been reluctant to buy these games because the ports so far have been generally inferior, and the controls are commonly a pretty big issue.