Reviews and Problems with Unreal Championship 2: The Liandri Conflict
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R. Arrington "Chief", Amazon
11 October 2008
Summary: Shining in beautiful Normal-Mapped detail,Chamionship 2 pits you and your friends against some of the most skilled A.I. to date in some of the meanist deathmatches around.New to the franchise is the ability to play in both third and first person view as well as the inclusion of melee weapons making the game different from its srictly FPS forefathers.While the single player campaign is just a series of bot matches,the multiplayer aspect is where this game specializes.A...
Summary: First thing I need to get off my chest: I am not a console gamer as I prefer PC gaming. The gameplay was interesting, the controls pretty solid. The user's guide wasn't very descriptive so learning the bonus maneuvers was a bit tough, but I survived. I enjoyed the game even though the AI did a good job of whooping my butt must of the time, which is better than a painful slaughter. I look forward to starting the single-player missions (if there are any).
Unreal Championship 2, it's not your daddys first person shooter...
Michael Corona "Nemesis Legion", Amazon
12 September 2005
Summary: Unreal Championship 2 - Circa 2005 GOOD: - Play over Xbox-Live (and has downloadable content) - Gameplay is very different which makes it not another Halo clone - Graphics look great (Halo 2/Doom 3 quality) - Over the top matrix or anime style gameplay - Unique characters and unique setting - Lot's of maps and gameplay modes BAD: - Not really recommend getting this game if you don't have Xbox-Live or play a lot of system link - Fast and furious game play maybe too much...
One of the few titles with Replay-ability for those without xbox live
xx001a45 "xx001a45", Amazon
11 September 2005
Summary: Although I seldom write reviews I noticed that nobody was mentioning one of the strong points to this graphically beautiful game and that is the replay ability factor. I've got a cabinet full of wonderful play one or two time games (e.g. KOTOR) but only a of games able to play over and over. The bots are well thought out and crafty. Some have said they are predictable but my answer to that is just increase the difficulty level homeboy.
Summary: From what I saw in the gameplay videos, this game looked awesome, but a friend of mine urged me to stay away from it. Now that I have played it, I say that it is one of the best xbox games I have ever played. It blends first person/third person shooting with fighting games. The graphics are cool, the story line is decent, and best of all, it succeeds where UT2004 failed.
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.
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?
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 :)