Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas 2
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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas 2
13 March 2014
Conclusion: Aces mode along with the ranking system makes this game addictive. The only reason I give this game a 4 is the story mode kinda stinks. Story: 4 out of 10 Graphics: 7 out of 10 Unit Customization: 9 out of 10 Multiplayer: 10 out of 10 Gameplay: 9 out of 10 Sound FX: 7 out of 10 Weapons: 9 out of 10
Excerpt: Americans were and still are in the ban of terrorism, and Ubi Soft prooves that once again with this Rainbow Six: Vegas 2, in which a terrorist network under the guidance of Alvarez Cabrero settles in the city that never sleeps.
Excerpt: Let’s skip the bad Vegas puns and get down to the sober truth: Rainbow Six Vegas 2 looks and plays like a rehash of last year’s original. Put both action shooters side by side and you’d be hard-pressed to distinguish between them.
Pros: Fast action, urgently paced story, and well-designed levels.
Cons: Lack of tactical depth and a quick-save option spoil the fun.
Conclusion: Visually, Scene It? Twilight does an admirable job for the genre of game it is. The backgrounds could be similar to what you’d see on the desktop wallpaper of a Twilight fan, but the movie clips are a decent quality.
Summary: Rainbow Six Vegas 2 adds new gameplay features and even more stunning visuals. Players will encounter a solo campaign that uses new tactical possibilities in various locations around Sin City, co-op and adversarial modes, while providing unprecedented interaction between the solo and multiplayer...
Conclusion: They can even throw regular grenades with a good deal of accuracy. You can even use the duo to act as a human shield. But they will eventually die since they can't take a steady diet of lead, even on the easy difficulty setting.
Excerpt: is already out on the Xbox 360 and PS3, and just a couple of short weeks later, Ubisoft is now shipping the PC version. Running on Unreal Engine 3, this is yet another installment in the long-running tactical shooter genre - which is pretty much dominated by Ubisoft's Tom Clancy games.