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Unreal Tournament III (3) (2007)

Released on 04 July 2008

Rating: 18+ (BBFC)

4.0 out of 5 (67 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Unreal Tournament III unleashes the full power of Unreal Engine 3, taking graphics, gameplay, and challenge to a whole new level. Players engage in intense 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!
  • 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.

Includes exclusive Gears of War 2 video content on disc

  • 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!
  • Vast arsenal of weapons. 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.
  • 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 favourite characters. Fight side-by-side or compete against new and returning characters from the Unreal universe, including two Xbox 360 exclusive characters, all with enhanced abilities, extremely detailed designs, and distinct personalities.
  • Enhanced popular game types, including Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, and an all-new Warfare Mode and more.
  • Online innovations. Unreal Tournament III brings back all the award-winning online features of previous Unreal Tournament games, plus seamless loading on servers, improved matchmaking, and co-operative campaign play online.
  • Additional, exciting content. Players can not only get their frag on with five new Xbox 360 exclusive maps, but Unreal Tournament III for Xbox 360 also includes all previously released downloadable content.
  • All-new split screen capability! For the first time ever, the Unreal experience can be played using the Xbox 360 exclusive split screen feature.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (67 reviews)

 Typical Unreal, its unreal

| | See all Phused's reviews (19)

Words cannot describe how amazed I am at this game. The first thing you will notice are the graphics, the Unreal engine is an amazing thing. The lighting effects are some of the best I have ever seen. It does not do a Halo and just blind you.

But as most gamers will tell you, graphics do not make a game, it is the gameplay. This is typical UT, but the weapons feel more balanced. For a console FPS the controls are great and I have not had the framerate stutter once!

My favourite thing about the game is that you can play dead, making it seem asif you are a dead body. I have had many a fun moment get people from behind like this!

Its also has all the downloadable content released for ps3 and pc and loads of bonus extras making it an even better game

However, if you do not like FPS games, i doubt that this game will change your mind. If you are in this situation rent it, however if you do like them what are you waiting for? Ill see you online :)

 Get it

| | See all StephenDC's reviews (10)

You know what, so what if it doesnt have a true campaign mode or no real story. The developers have gone for a risk by placing these bot matches in here instead of a campaign mode. This gives the game a new angle instead of the run-of-the-mill story. It prepares you well for what you are about to be hit by online. The graphics look stunning on or off of an HDTV and theres so much freedom within each level. They are huge!!!!! Ignore the slating of the "story" mode as youll need the practice for online, trust me.

 2007 graphics, 1999 gameplay.

| | See all REBiohazard's reviews (3)

Gameplay hasnt changed much since the original UT in 1999, apart from vechiles, which were added in UT 2004 (came out in 2003).

The game might seem cool and a novelty at first, but after a few days or a week, you will realise that it's a good thing that the industry has moved on to a more tactical based approach rather than just running and blasting everything that moves. Story is pretty much non-existant, yep they actually tried to make a story out of capture the flag. Overall Gears 2 has better graphics, but this still looks better than the original Gears and actually has better textures than both Gears titles on the smaller maps.

Still a decent game, but we're not in 1999 anymore, things have changed. If you must get this game, get the PC version, or if you don't have a half decent machine get the PS3 version. Both versions have free mods to download and the tools to create your own.

I'd give the 360 version around 7.0 out of 10

 Falls short of my expectations

| | See all machineboy's reviews (9)

Unreal Tournament 1 was to be fair amazing: it was new the graphics for the time were brilliant and i couldn't get enough off it online or off. So when i saw unreal 3 was coming out i was pretty excited because i thought it would be just like unreal 1 but with better graphics. Not exactly. First of all although the unreal 1 campaign was just a lot of matches like unreal 3 but it didn't try to make a story out of it which this does. And to be honest it really doesn't work because of the Gears of War like characters and i didn't get into the actual story because the missions have nothing to do with it. Saying that Unreal isn't really about the single player so maybe that's a bit harsh. Multiplayer is great online and offline but it is not brilliant like Unreal 1. First of all where has the ripper gone?That was one of the coolest weapon ideas ever. Secondly on Unreal 1 it was possible to snipe a headshot which i don't think is the same as this where it is hard to even find a sniping position which leads me on to the maps. I just don't think they are as good as the Unreal 1 maps which were superb and they all feel a bit samey. I do think the vehicles are good though, i think some of the secondary weapons like the blades are creative and original. XBOX live is very fun and because of the fast pace can be very hectic which is fantastic. Overall Unreal Tournament 3 is a good fps but not as good as Unreal 1 (don't know about the others). This isn't meant to be realisitc like other FPS at all, it's just meant to be a whole load of fun. Which i think it succeeds at very well

 Not the best....

| | See all northy's reviews (91)

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Well this is the 1st time ive played UT and it was not what i had hoped for. Felt dated and got repetitive very quickly. As said in other reviews the single player is basicly training for the MP so if your not on Live defently avoid this game.
There is much better fps out there in my opinion but if your a die hard fps fan your proberly enjoy this.

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Rating18+ (BBFC)