IMG Reviews Unreal Tournament 2003
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IMG's Michael Yanovich has written a review on MacSoft's latest and greatest first person shooter Unreal Tournament 2003. The review covers everything from graphics to gameplay, sound, and online multiplayer. Here's a sneak peak of what's inside:
The games are played on four distinct ladders -- deathmatch and capture the flag should be familiar to any fan of the genre. Domination returns from UT, though mutated into a new variant called Double Domination that requires your team to control two different locations of the map at the same time, for ten seconds. It's not as easy at it sounds, and is one of the most hair-raising, stressful games I've played lately. And that's a compliment! The final game variation is some ridiculously thrown together sport that requires you to take a ball and throw it through your opponent's goal. The only catch is that while you are holding the ball, you can't shoot your weapon. If you want to win the single player campaign you'll be forced to go through several of these levels, but don't expect a lot of players to join you in a web-based match, because it doesn't seem to be very popular online.Want more? Check out the full review, and if you would like to purchase your own copy of Unreal Tournament 2003, check out our own IMG Store. Regular users can pick up a copy for $48.99, while subscribers to our IMG Pro or Mac Games CD service can pick it up for just $42.99.
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