Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon
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ANOTHER SUCCESS FOR THE TOM CLANCY SERIES!!!!!
Darren McWilliams "Darren", amazon.co.uk
14 January 2004
Summary: HAVING PLAYED AND BEEN A BIG FAN OF PREVOUS TOM CLANCY GAMES ON THE PC I HAVE TO SAY THIS NO DISAPPOINTMENT. THE GRAPHICS IN THE GAME ARE EXCELLENT AND SO IS THE GAMEPLAY. IT'S A GAME ONCE YOU START YOU WILL WANT TO PLAY THROUGH TO A FINISH. HOWEVER WHERE THE PC IN PREVIOUS GAMES HAD THREE TEAMS THE GC VERSION ONLY CATERS FOR TWO TEAMS WHICH CAN BE RESTRICTIVE BUT STILL VERY ENJOYABLE.
Summary: Ghost Recon is an incredibly realistic war simulator. It combines great gameplay with near to life reality. There are a total of 15 missions ranging from Georgia to the streets of Moscow. On each of these misions you will be asked to carry out 4 objectives (4th is optional on levels 1-12, in doing these optional objectives you will receive a specialist each time-look out for Nigel Tunney).
Summary: This game on the gamecube is not as good on the pc or ps2 but is still a very good game. What lets it down is its rubbish AI (Artificial Intelligence) and from a distance the enemies are poorly made up, it looks like they are made up of big blocks rather than small polygons. But apart from that, the game is well detailed, has a good commander system, allowing you to change between members of the squads, and move them to different points on the map, which are all really...