Reviews and Problems with Unreal Championship 2: The Liandri Conflict
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fablemaster959 , GameStop
21 July 2013
Summary: Playing this game alone and with a second person resulted in a positive experience, but not a superb one. The storyline is somewhat dull, but has the blockbuster action feel, which is a slight positive. The sound is better than other iterations of the Unreal series in this gen, but consequently it held the worst replay value in this gen. Graphics never gave me a problem, but slight camera issues and glitches did.
Summary: I am really sad that the unreal engine is being made for games that ARE NOT the sequel this this! The game play is the best hands down! It has all the first person shooter goodness(awesome/diverse/fun to use weapons). Plus you can switch you character to melee mode. In melee mode, you can repel projectiles that are shot by other in fps mode(this give the game play a "paper/ rock/scissors" type of thing.
Summary: Unreal championship 2 is one of the best original xbox games out there. It's very fun and easy to play and its impossible not to learn the controls within the first five minutes. After awhile you start to feel like a pro, but this is due to the very easy to defeat bots but only when the bot difficulty is set to novice. The 3rd person perspective is a new thing and I love it.
Summary: The Unreal series has, so far, been a very PC-focused series of first-person shooters. While there have been some single-player adventures here and there, the series has been at its best as a multiplayer-focused game with extremely tight gameplay, great maps, interesting modes, and terrific postrelease support from Epic, the series' developer. To date, the Unreal series' console presence has been limited to versions of existing PC games.
Mark J. Paterson "No disintegrations.", amazon.co.uk
19 September 2009
Summary: Personally, this is the best game in the Unreal series to date. If you want to buy the game that really brought a fresh outlook to the series then buy Unreal Championship 2 (UC2). Unreal Tournament 3 (UT3) may have an improved version of the Unreal Engine in comparison, but the gameplay in UT3 is pretty much the exact same as in every other Tournament version of the Unreal series.
Summary: I have most of the Unreal games,even the shoddy mess that is Tournament on the PS2,I got an Xbox so naturally was drawn to this,UC 1 was great,it's amount of options is immense and I'm currently up to about 600 games (offline),I've completed the single player Ascension Rites,but have hardly scratched the Tournament/Challenge ladders,I mostly play the Team Deathmatches,here's pretty much my only gripe,where are Domination and Bombing Run?
Two unnatural things come together to form something truly great.
Stunt 101, Dooyoo
12 July 2007
Excerpt: I was intrigued when I first heard about Unreal Championship 2 (UC2). While the gameplay it’s series was known for was still here, it added a whole new element of gameplay-melee. With this came a new third-person view, a new finisher system and new controls. This could have been a disaster, a catastrophic combination. But luckily, this isn’t that, in fact its nowhere near that.
Summary: Innovative, enjoyable, mentally insane, fast-paced, crazy. Not as polished or as good as Halo 2, but still something VERY fun nonetheless. Refreshing to see the Unreal universe making a good move (for a change; UTC, UT2003, UT2004 are rather substandard compared to the orignal UT and this game) with this Xbox release; and this game will definately take some of your Halo hours up, till Halo 3 (and o' course UT2007) swings around of course :)