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Unreal Tournament 2003

Unreal Tournament 2003 Unreal Tournament 2003
by Infogrames Entertainment

Platform: Windows 98 / Me / 2000 / XP
ESRB Rating: Mature
ASIN: B000065SQJ

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- Arena-based sci-fi multiplayer first-person shooter
- Breathtaking graphics, powered by advanced Unreal Engine technology
- Sophisticated in-game physics does away with "seen-it-before" animations and effects
- Multiple weapons including favorite blasters from the original UT and new, awe-inspiring implements of destruction
- Greater depth: 6 different races, over 35 characters, 30 maps, class-specific combos, role assignments, and teamwork directives
- Special Moves: a completely new concept in first-person shooters that adds another level of customization and skill

Reload with Unreal Tournament 2003, the sequel to 1999's multiple Game of the Year award winner Unreal Tournament. Using the latest Unreal technology, Unreal Tournament 2003 takes you to the merciless arenas of the future, where elite warriors rely on skill, speed, cunning, and awesome firepower to demonstrate their style and become the ultimate champion.

Customer Reviews:
UT can be for all ages...Dad!, August 17, 2002
Reviewer: Timothy and Mary McNinch from Illinois USA

First, I am 50 years old. UT is the only game I play regularly and I do it to relax evenings after work. I play 2-3 times a week and enjoy the first person shooter aspect and matching skills with people of all ages from all over the world. If you like to compete, you will find you can excel in some maps and find yourself not quite up to the competition in others.

I laugh many times at how I get fragged or frag others. You just have to laugh at it. It's great. If some poor kid knew he was getting his from a 50 year old... When the night is over, I always thank the remaining players for the fun and look forward to returning. Occassionally, I set up a dedicated server and just watch the action rather than play along. It is fun to see the strategy of others. You can tell the new players with ease...they are frequenly missing their heads.

Most amazing is the talent some of the younger generation has for creating new maps. Very ingenious and I hope they keep up the good work.

Lastly, thanks to the developers and staff for keeping this game on the level it is. Just look out for that sniper on the tall tower to the left of the hill, I have my sights right between your eyes! Head_Case.

So far, so good....& the clock is ticking, August 4, 2002
Reviewer: Jason Bylinowski from Morgantown, WV, USA

*This review will be updated when the game is released*

Yipes, is all I can say.....I just played several maps of a late-beta version of UT 2003. I had previously played a much earlier version a few months back, and was (tentatively) a little scared of the game, to be honest, because the game was just sooooo jumpy, the AI was terrible, and worst of all, I couldn't see anything of beauty in the gfx dept. Turns out I should have just waited, because UT2003 is going to be THE gaming experience of the next two years. It already has been, for me, and I've only played about an hour's worth.

The first thing I noticed as I played this newest version was the gorgeous level design. UT is well known for its crazy and graceful level design, but the Digital Extremes folks really took it to another plane now that they've got their teeth into it. Complimenting this is some unbelievable character animation. I was almost completely and sincerely fooled at times as to whether or not I was chasing a real person on the screen, the fluidity of motion was just that good. On the whole, the game is just fantastic to look at, and to top it all off, it plays well on my machine. I had the graphics and sound cranked up all the way with no trouble. OK, I do have a bad-ass rig, but seriously this is bleeding edge stuff, and my machine is a few months old was encouraging to see that a good system with a GF3 card and 512 MB DDR RAM isn't quite over the hill yet. Epic Games has always tried to cater to the old school crowd too though, so don't be surprised if the game runs pretty well no matter what the system, within reason. I remember playing UT with my old 233 MHz laptop with a 2D gfx card, and I had a ton of fun, so suffice it to say, this game will bring a lot of fun with it even if you can't always hear all the bells and whistles of the advanced graphics.

I also can't say enough good stuff about the sound of this game. I really can't describe it in any way other than to say, if you've played Thief 2 and appreciated the little squeaks and shimmy-sounds like I did, you're gonna dig this game, because the game is incredibly detailed like that, only about ten times better than T2. In a time where graphics capabilities are all the rage, it's nice that they took the time to add some sweet sounds to the game for audiophiles like myself. (The music seems cool, too, although the version I played had a limited soundtrack)

I can't say it any clearer than this: if you weren't a fan of UT before now, chances are this game is going to suck you in with the rest of us. & I just hope you aren't waiting for me with a flak cannon when I see you on the other side...

I've played the beta, this is my reaction..., July 22, 2002
Reviewer: lllxenophonlll from Anchorage, AK United States

I played the UT2003 beta about a month ago, and I was blown away (in more ways than one). Unfortunately the beta wouldn't let you see the game in high resolution, it only had 640x480 support. But I've never before seen a game look that good in 640x480 mode. The smoke effects from the rocket launcher are incredible.

Now for the bad news... You'll need a fairly high-end PC to run it. My friend tried to play the beta on his computer, and it was literally a slide show (even at 640x480!). He has a Pentium 3 800mhz processor, 512 MB SDRAM, and a 64 MB ATI graphics card. It ran very smooth on my computer, but I wonder how well it will hold up when I up the resolution in the retail version... At LEAST a GeForce 3 Ti 500 is highly recomended. My system is P4 2.0ghz, 512 MB RDRAM, and a Geforce 3 Ti 500. If you have anything similar to mine, I'm sure it will run great, but I'm not sure about high-res (1280x1024 and above).

The sound is awesome. The AI is superb (though there was a glitch or two in the beta, I'm sure they'll fix/have fixed that before release). I'm really looking forward to the next generation of Unreal, and also looking forward to future games that will build on this updated version of the UT engine. The only game I've seen that looks better than this is DOOM III, but I'm sure the release of that is a ways off. This will more than keep you occupied until then!

Unreal Tournament 2003: Raw Power, July 20, 2002
Reviewer: Xithras from Tolland, Connecticut United States

Simple to explain, Unreal Tournament 2003 is raw graphics power. It is made to work with lower power graphics as well. Such as geforce to and even voodoo 3 and 5. It has great game play with up to 4 game play modes like capture the flag and more. With a few more races and tons of diffrent characters. Up to 30 in all. It has really good mods coming out for it as well. Since I have gotten used to games like half-life sometimes ut 2003, will be too much as in to fast to much killing ect. You can always go to another mode or mod. All in all this is a great game. I can play it on my dell 4300 with a porlink geforce 4 ti 4200, pentium 1 .6, 384 sd ram wich is a big bottleneck and a siple monitor. Though you will need a good connection such as my dsl to play. So, go and preorder this game today even with one day shipping its worth the extra money thats what I did.

best game in the world, July 19, 2002
Reviewer: abola sedora from chciago,IL, usa

Now i have played unrealtournemnt the first 1 and it was great now im betting that this 1 will be the greatest game of all time so i erge u to get it i have seen the previews and they were really cool so get it if ur not afaraid.

beautiful, July 18, 2002
Reviewer: A gamer from unreal tournament is the best

think about it. unreal tournament, but better.better guns, better levels, its almost perfect. i will pre order it now and spend many a night in an insomniatic rage killing many things on this game. of course, you could always wait for unreal championship for xbox, but its a whole different game.

Finally - What Unreal Tournament Fans Have Been Waiting For!, July 15, 2002
Reviewer: zimri-lim from London, England

Can it really be that the replacement for the singular Unreal Tournament is about to be released? This is great news and I am personally looking forward to locking myself away for days on end to indulge!

From the sources I have seen there are valid improvements to UT but keeping the basic idea the same - so the developers have concentrated on moving the graphics forward and keeping the logic of the game the same. This is right on the money as games need to make the most of the forward march of PC technology. For myself I have been busily upgrading my PC in preparation with more processor, more memory and a new graphics card. I mention this because it seems to me that the enhanced graphics are going to require a pretty much top-level PC to drive decent performance out of this game.

My experience with UT shows that we should take the developers guide-lines on Hardware requirements with a big pinch of salt. The box of my copy of UT said that it would run on a PC without a graphics card - sure, try that if you want one frame every five seconds!! Let's get real - the higher the PC spec the better this game is going to run and I wouldn't be thinking to try this game without a fairly serious graphics card.

I hope that will publish this review this time around (I think they censored the last one as I mentioned the PC requirement issue); even though I am urging caution on the PC requirements side I have actually rated it as a 5* release.


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