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Unreal Tournament 3 (PS3)


0:0126/03/2008Posted by Tom HogginsOne Comment

After being exclusive to PC for just a few short months, Epic brings its macho, sci-fi FPS to consoles. And the good news is that little has been lost in translation to the PS3. For all the problems Sony’s machine seems to have with the Unreal Engine, UT3’s breakneck, frantic blasting runs smooth as silk and looks terrific. The grimy sci-fi arenas and burly character models all glisten, full of detail. The odd case of texture pop-in can jar, but when the game looks as good as it does running without the hint of a framerate chug, it would be churlish to complain too heartily…

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  • Download Unreal said:

    Unreal Tournament 2004 will remind you how satisfying explosive, extremely fast action gaming can be. The smooth engine and core gameplay inherited from Unreal make a great foundation, and the onslaught and assault modes take the whole package up another notch. And, to help you come to grips with a multiplayer world increasingly focused on teamplay, the voice chat features can make any team game better by facilitating real tactical coordination. Then, just when (or if) you start to tire of all the official maps (and combinations of maps with the library of preset mutators), there are community tools to make creating and installing custom content as straightforward as possible. No other multiplayer-focused action game has this much to offer.

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