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Unreal Tournament III (3) (2007)

Released on 23 November 2007

Rating: 18+ (BBFC)

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Unreal Tournament 3 marks the return of the highly successful arena-based first-person shooter to the PC.

Unreal Tournament 3 unleashes the full power of Unreal Engine 3, taking graphics, gameplay, and challenge to a whole new level. Players engage in intense and hyper-real battles with other human players online, or against Unreal artificial intelligence that sets the industry standard. With the most powerful futuristic weapons and vehicles available, this is FPS action at its best!

Unreal Tournament has always been known for brutal weaponry, and now the arsenal is even bigger and badder. Detonate your opponent from a distance with the ever popular Shock Rifle or blast away at close range with the Flak Cannon. Over two dozen weapons and vehicles have been upgraded and enhanced for maximum killing potential.

The PC version has been bundled with the award-winning Unreal Engine 3 Toolset. Build your own levels, game types, and more, or download the latest mods from the massive Unreal community.
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.
  • Unparalleled graphical and physical realism from the award-winning Unreal Engine 3 technology delivers the most compelling first-person shooter experience to date - online and offline!
  • New single player campaign! This is Unreal Tournament like you've never seen it before! The Necris invasion has begun, and your clan was one of the first to be slaughtered. Head to the front lines and join this Epic battle to defend humanity while taking your revenge.
  • New and favorite characters - Fight side-by-side with or compete against new and returning characters from the Unreal universe, all with enhanced abilities, extremely detailed designs, and distinct personalities.
  • Enhanced popular game types, including: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, and all-new Warfare mode and more.

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 Average rating (83 reviews)

 lobbys mostly empty

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Great Graphics OK Single player. the game plays like the other UT games.
My gripe is...
...The maps are all to small
...The vehicles are far to easy to destroy
...Lost the assault mode.
... Domination mode is now called Warfare with smaller maps
... And for me the biggest issue is that though there are plenty of servers, they are all empty and the ones that do have players on them all have a ping of 300+.
so for me when I log on ill be very lucky if I can find a server with players on it with a ping of anything lower than 60. this is because Gamespy runs the servers and they aint known for great server hosting, its a shame because UT3 would be great if the servers got sorted.
When i cant get a game online I always revert back to UT2004 as 70% of the servers on that always are full with pings below 80.

So in a nutshell could be a Fantastic Game if they sorted out the servers and their high pings, but as they are so slow you will find that the servers are either empty or have a ping that makes it unplayable. dont trade in your UT2004

 Amazing Game

| | See all Shizer's reviews (5)

Well what can i say... In my opinion lives up to the hype. Im a huge fan of the Unreal series of games.

The graphics are amazing for the low req it asks for.
I have a 7900GS, 2GB Ram and 3500+ and have all the settings maxed.

At the moment I understand that alot of people are having problems with bugs ect. But a patch is right around the bend and will sort these all out.

The icing on the cake is UnrealED, the actual program they used to create the maps (levels) in this master piece.

 Try The Beta!!

| | See all Fizzyxl's reviews (2)

The Beta is available online on torrents or webspaces around the world and looks set to be a fantastic game.

If you like the graphics prepare! because they are the Low Res versions in the beta! ALL GRAPHICS WILL LOOK NICER!
The gameplay feels true to UT99 and despite the bugs (beta remember) it is a great game to play even with only 3 maps.
a few new vehicles can be summoned with commands and they all look set to make this the best UT yet.

Will be pre-ordering when money comes in!

 yawnreal tournament 3

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Having been a fan of the Unreal & Unreal Tournament franchises since the original Unreal appeared around 1997, I had very high expectations of UT3. The demo was excellent, whetting my appetite further. I finally got hold of the game on friday and have been playing on & off since then but why i think now.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 Tournament 3. I think it'd be fair to say that I'm actually pretty ticked off with Unreal Tournament 3.the demo offer so much as did the hype that went with this game over the last two years.Epic, having developed the completely brilliant Unreal Engine 3 and used it to create the rather good Gears of War on both xbox 360 and the pc (with the pc version being a lot better) have gone and released what amounts to little more than a lazy re-hash of the all the previous Unreal Tournament games.For me, one of the seriously glaring flaws is the online/offline aspect whereby, if you don't log in to GameSpy you can't create a profile... and if you can't create a profile or log in to an existing one, you can't save your progress through the single player campaign. Yep, that's right, unless you sign up to GameSpy every time you exit Unreal Tournament 3, you'll have to start all over again next time you load it up unless you log in to GameSpy and i think this is wrong to be forced to this every single time you want to play a single player game (not all of us play online games these days) not that it even tells you that you need an internet connection to play this game there's no mention of it in the manual either not that I'm suggesting in any way that this is a deliberate omission.I'm not saying that Unreal Tournament 3 is in anyway a bad game as for anyone who hasn't played it, there's plenty in here to recommend it I'm not saying that Unreal Tournament 3 is in anyway a bad game as for anyone who hasn't played it, there's plenty in here to recommend it. But seeing as the average age of a gamer is now knocking on for 22 and the age range of 'gamers' is regarded as being 18-35, that'd mean the vast majority of us have played at least one Unreal Tournament game, if not all of them... and other than spiffy graphics, new maps and a few tweaks, Unreal Tournament 3 offers us sod all new.

I wouldn't have minded nearly as much, in fact it wouldn't have been a problem if there was some form of proper single player game in here. Quake is on its fourth incarnation and it managed a solid single player game that yes, felt tired, but at least made the effort. And what about the game's namesake, Unreal? Why the hell didn't Epic go for that instead? Unreal Engine 3 has been licensed out to everyone and their dog, Epic must be minted... so maybe they should spend some of those licensing bucks and hire some bloody creatives to make an original game with the engine they just embarrassed with Unreal Tournament 3?

In short, if you're a nomadic Tuareg tribesman who's just moved into the city and has never played Unreal Tournament, then this is worth getting. Everyone else, just load up UT2k4 or wait for Unreal Tournament 3 to hit the bargain bin.
THE GOOD BIT.Looks great
THE BAD BITS.It's yet again more of the same... again
THAT annoying GameSpy is forced on you for multiplayer
Unreal Tournament 3: Seen the engine before, seen the weapons before, and sure as hell seen the gameplay before

 Best since 99

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I have always played UT, to be honest most of the other UT were average compared to 99, This UT is class it feels just like 99 same weapons, voice taunts etc. a few extra things like hover boards & tanks stuff like that. Graphics are very good, game play perfect, great fun over a lan or internet, great pings no problems. Loads of people seem to be complaining about it not working, if you have nvidia 7 series card there are problems, most common is avg, you might actually need to uninstall avg for it to work, also make sure you have up to date drivers. If you liked 99 you will not be let down by this.

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Rating18+ (BBFC)
Minimum RequirementsWindows XP (with SP2) / Vista
2.0GHz Single Core Processor
nVidia 6200, ATI Radeon 9600 or equivalent graphics card
8GB HDD Space
Recommended system requirements:
Windows XP (with SP2) / Vista
2.4GHz Dual Core Processor
nVidia 7800GTX, ATI x1300 or equivalent graphics card
8GB HDD Space