The 28 year old dude who still plays the N64 Grandma gave him
Randy Kemp, Multi Instrumentalist, Amazon
4 April 2015
Summary: This is a great game! It's a lot better than the other versions of this game I played back in the day. The tactics in it are a lot of fun, and fairly true to life. Like many first person shooters of its time it offers three difficulties of each level.
Summary: Perfect product. I have always loved the Rainbow Six game series. This was the first Rainbow Six I ever played as a child. This game is still fun today and brought back a lot of nostalgic memories of playing SNES as a kid.
Summary: Before you start criticizing graphics and how bad it looks let's remember that the year is 1998! When this game was released thaere was no other game like it. It basically made you look at every other game on your shelf and say NO!
Summary: One of the best first person shooters ever! Not just a "run and gun" or "pray and spray" - this game required a thoughtful tactical approach. Epic! Wish they would release updated version and not forget what made this game so great.
Summary: This game is excellent for it's gaming era! I love the fact that you can 2 player co-op the entire campaign! It's a pretty challenging game because you can die quite easily if you pick the wrong characters, weapons, and team members...which makes it a classic Tim Clancy masterpiece!
Summary: As much as Doom was my gateway into computer games and its rich potential, Rainbow Six and its sequel Rogue Spear were my meat and potatoes. Back when I actually had a subscription to a gaming magazine (God, those were the days...