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Unreal Championship (Xbox)

by Atari
Platform : Xbox
Rated: Mature
118 customer reviews
Metascore: 83 / 100
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Enter the dark and dangerous world of Unreal Championship where you choose to live or die. You'll need to fight for your life with incredible weaponry and special moves that will keep you on the edge of your seat as you battle it out with malicious opponents. This is an immersive, action-packed world of dark hallways and darker intentions.

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  • ASIN: B000067DPD
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,351 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By M. S. Hillis on May 26, 2003
I bought this game when it first came out, expecting to be able to just jump into dozens of arenas, handle a huge arsenal of the usual weapons, and enjoy some good split-screen deathmatch after tiring of Halo. (I don't have Xbox Live, so shoppers needing details on that should look elsewhere in these reviews).
My first reaction was disappointment. It is complicated to set up a character and to figure out how to play splitscreen. Most of this is due to a patchy instruction manual. The action was also very frenetic, almost too chaotic for me after months of playing the more moderately paced Halo. The graphics were pretty good, but I'd heard only glowing things about the characters and maps, and it just didn't look that good to me. Most disappointingly was a seeming lack of cool arenas for deathmatch -- only about eight or so. I wasn't interested in playing the other game styles, like capture the flag, double domination, and bombing run. I would have only given the game about three stars based on that experience.
That's where my mistake lay. I recently launched into the single player mode, which takes you through all the various kinds of matches. To my surprise, I discovered they are much more fun than I had imagined. There are seven or eight different arenas for each kind of match, and the outdoor ones really shine. Also, in the full-screen single-player mode, the graphics rock. The textures, detail and colors are great, and easy beat Halo in my estimate. I've also gotten a chance to get used to the weapons, and when you learn the ins and outs of them, it becomes fun to frag opponents in new and inventive ways.
A couple complaints still remain. It is hard to tell some of the weapons apart, so sometimes I'm not sure what I'm using until I fire it a couple times.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 8, 2003
Unreal Championship for the XBox takes the great gameplay of the PC version and adds in better graphics plus XBox Live lagless gameplay!
We have Unreal Tournament for the PC, and in general it's a fun game. You have great graphics and fast-pace gameplay. The single play mode can get boring, but really it's just a training ground for the real challenge - on line play against real humans.
The problem is that on line games can be pretty laggy, and it can be a challenge finding a game that's really fun and not frustrating.
In comes Unreal Championship for the XBox. Again, single play is OK, but it's really all a training mode. It lets you get used to the wide range of characters (male, female, black, white, alien), the types of weapons and maps available. Once you're SURE you're comfortable with that all, it's time to step up to the plate. You take the game on line on the XBox Live.
Choose your type of game, the number of players you want to go against. You can join a game for novices if you're just getting started, or against the skilled warriors of the world if you're experienced. You can put mutators on the map, go for deathmatch or capture the flag or other gaming styles.
It's great! Play just with friends you know, or play against gamers around the world. You can even download new maps, skins and more as they make it available on line.
Highly recommended for any first person shooter fans.
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35 of 47 people found the following review helpful By "caboose772" on October 14, 2002
This game is simply a must have for any fan of the Console First Person Shooting genre,as well as anyone who loved Halo's multiplayer game.Unreal Championship will take the multiplayer experience to the highest levels found in a console game yet.Here are the reasons I think Unreal Championship will be really fun and a great experience for XBOX owners- OPTIONS!!!- 16 player online action on XBOX Live,the Broadband only online gaming service offered to XBOX owners by Microsoft, that features the voice communicator-a head set microphone device that lets you talk in real time to your friends and opponents online,and has an optional voice masking feature that makes your voice sound like a number of characters-robots,kids,monsters,cartoons,etc. There is also an optional ignore and mute feature.-Unreal Championship gives you the option to play up to 16 player games offline as well,via linking 4 XBOXes together.You have the option for 4 player splitscreen games on 1 XBOX.- Custom soundtrack feature.Unreal Championship allows you to play music from your own CD collection that you have saved to the XBOX Hard Drive as you play the game!-Fully customizable controls.Unreal Championship allows you to change the controls of the game to anything you like. You can set the aiming sensitivity higher or lower,choose what button does what,etc. Like Halo's controls? Make it just like Halo. You can also turn on,or shut off "Auto Aim",a feature that is usually disliked by skilled gamers. You can also choose this as a server side option on XBOX Live.-Computer controlled opponents called "bots"with almost human artificial intelligence.Read more ›
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Greg Jost on November 18, 2002
I hate it when people review games that they don't own or haven't even played. Write that in your diary. No one cares how good you think a game will be. This and Halo are the best games I've ever played on any console or PC. The maps' graphics are as good or better than Halo's; however, the characters detail and animation isn't quite as nice as Halo's, which was pretty much flawless. This is simply because the characters move extremely fast and jump high. It's hard to make that look natural. This game is very fast paced.
Xbox Live is a must with this game. The in-game voice with Xbox Live is much cooler than it sounds, though the masking is kind of annoying. I played a 16-player game online this morning and it was seamless. For you Xbconnect-ers, no more going back and forth from the PC to the Xbox to find a game that doesn't lag. You can always find a game with a good ping rate on Xbox Live.
The rankings are constantly updated. They are specific to the different game types (Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, Bombing Run, etc.). This is a pretty cool feature. I'm 392nd in Team Deathmatch baby! Where's my trophy?
Everyone who owns an Xbox should own this game and should be on XBL. PS2 is for women and children.
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