Luckily, multiplayer is downright dramatic, dynamic, ridiculous, brutal and tense, though the browsing and matchmaking could use a polish.There’s also a bizarre trend toward hiding information you have a basic gamer’s right to know: outside of regular Deathmatch, there aren’t even any death reports in UT3. That means you never find out how you died in Warfare or CTF. While games like Call of Duty 4 and Team Fortress 2 are showing what a fantastic improvement it is to be shown precisely why you died, it’s bizarre that UT won’t even tell you how. It’s worth bearing in mind, though, that much of it may be fixed.
Unreal Tournament 3 review
Wisely not counting UT2003
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|Description||Bigger, louder and everything awesome that ever made Unreal Tournament worth the server connecting wait. Farewell to Onslaught and hello to the good old days of gore and more.|
|Franchise name||Unreal Tournament|
|UK franchise name||Unreal Tournament|
|US censor rating||"Mature","Mature","Mature"|
|UK censor rating||"16+","16+","16+"|
|Alternative names||"UTIII","Unreal Tournament 3","Unreal Tournament 3"|
|Release date||1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)|