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In September 2002 Epic and Digital Extremes released Unreal Championship, which similarly to Unreal Tournament on the PlayStation2 was more or less a port of the PC version. This time around Epic has opted to create something just for consoles. Instead of being another run and gun shooter like its predecessors this latest installment in the Unreal series has added in some surprising new features, namely the third person perspective, and melee combat.If you’re a hardcore fan of Unreal or console ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Unreal Championship 2 tried something new. Rather than provide the same Unreal Tournament experience again, Epic went added a 3rd person perspective and melee combat. Kudos for attempting to buck tradition, but it just doesn't work. UC2 is still a frantic frag fest, but it feels stilted and slow. If there's one thing that UC2 has in spades, it's a cool visual style. There's a sort of futuristic Egyptian theme working in the game that provide a few "wow" moments, as well as quite a few "is this ...0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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