Unreal Tournament 3
Easily moddable; new vehicles and game types; shiny new graphics; same familiar play style.
Looks great, Runs brilliantly on less meaty PCs
Amazing graphics, a vast array of maps, a kick-ass hoverboard, old fashioned and over-the-top multiplayer mayhem
Retains the classic UT feel; solid Warfare mode; lots of cool new vehicles; awesome graphics, as usual.
Lowgravity instagib matches are still thrilling and crazy, Warfare mode offers some deeper, somewhat more strategic play, Good, solid map design, Great graphics that scale well to fit midrange machines.
New content fairly sparse; assault and bombingrun modes gone.
It’s yet again more of the same… again, About as innovative as a brick factory, Bloody annoying GameSpy is forced on you for multiplayer, Other than the new levels, you’ve seen it all before… boring now.
The single-player storyline is really, really cheesy
Poorly designed single-player "campaign"; many modes from UT 2004 have been removed.
Frontend interface has too many menus and selections to move through, which makes it feel sort of like a console game.
By BrightHub on February 07, 2009
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By Maximum PC on February 22, 2008
Since the last Unreal Tournament game was released four years ago, no worthy contender has managed to dethrone the now-classic shooter as the best game for online deathmatches. With the much-delayed Unreal Tournament 3, we get the uneasy feeling that...80
By Expert Reviews on February 01, 2008
The original Unreal Tournament is a cult classic, but while this latest instalment doesnt do anything particularly wrong, it suffers for being rather traditional when rivals such as Team Fortress 2, Crysis and Call of Duty 4 are busy trying...80
By Custom PC on January 24, 2008
M, M, M, MONSTER KILL! Creating a sequel to a game thats arguably one of the best multiplayer first-person shooters of all time - Unreal Tournament - was a mammoth task and, until now, Epic Games never quite managed it. Unreal Tournament 2003 was...82
By PC Pro on January 17, 2008
By not attempting to buck any trends, Epic has come up with a fine addition to the UT franchise. Theres been a recent trend for developers to radically overhaul sequels; the move away from World War II FPS combat to pseudo-squad-based modern warfare...83
By IT Reviews on January 07, 2008
As much fun to play as Unreal Tournament games always are. Given the lengthy development time for Unreal Tournament 3, though, its a surprise to see a game that sticks quite so closely to the same formula. Midway - Unreal Tournament III price Buy...-
By HEXUS.net on December 24, 2007
Ok, time to bring this Unreal Tournament 3 review to a close and if, like me, you’re a fan of the series, get ready for a couple of painful home truths. As you’ve probably gathered by now, I’m very much less than impressed with Unreal...-
By 1UP on December 18, 2007
VIDEO: Head over to our videos page to check out all Unreal Tournament 3 footage!After a long and fulfilling four years with Unreal Tournament 2004, it's a bit surprising that Epic's pulled a Madden, giving us a good game that's been tweaked...75
By Sydney Morning Herald on December 17, 2007
Harnessing the eye-melting 3D power of the Unreal 3 Engine (which was used to bring Gears of War to life on Xbox 360), Unreal Tournament III is a first-person shooter that sticks to the familiar run-and-gun action of its predecessors. It is designed...90
By Ars Technica on December 13, 2007
Rating: M (Teen) Unreal Tournament 3 feels like an anachronism. Back in the glory days of competitive first-person shooters, it was all about speed, reflexes, and having the best route through each map. Get the health, get the best weapons, and be...-