Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
13 March 2014
Conclusion: The only true challenge and enjoyableness that comes from this game mode is by playing on elite difficulty during the higher waves when you and your squad mates are completely surrounded by snipers, riot shields, and RPGs. I would rate this as 6.5 out of 10 due to the lack of innovation.
Excerpt: Finally, after many years in the wilderness, a new iteration of Ubisoft and Tom Clancy’s stellar franchise is about to hit the shelves and after waiting five long, hard years, Red Storm and Ubisoft are about to really shout from the rooftops about one of the best cover shooters to date.
Summary: Since Ghost Recon: Future Soldier's release for PC at the end of June, it has been weeks of waiting until an array of various gameplay, online connection, and performance issues were fixed via multiple patches.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon : Future Soldier Cranks It Up A Notch!
The Game Reviews
7 July 2012
Summary: To be honest I really loved this game. It has everything an action game should have, mainly lots of action! With easy controls, a shed load of weapons, gadgets galore, a nice campaign and on-line multiplay, TOM CLANCY’S GHOST RECON:FUTURE SOLDIER is the best of this genre I have played in a while.
Excerpt: Introduction, setup, requirements Ubisoft's latest entry in the long running Ghost Recon franchise is known as Future Soldier , and features – go figure – futuristic soldiers. It also sports multiplayer, plus a campaign and wave-based mode, both of which you can go at solo or with others.
Conclusion: Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is a top-notch shooter that manages to bring a much needed emphasis on strategy and preparation over running and gunning down foes. Throw in plenty of gadgets, a lengthy single-player and quite a lot of different multiplayer modes and you can’t go wrong with it.
Conclusion: Overall, Rango is a fun experience. The visuals are nicely done, especially the cut-scenes and the audio is more than adequate. The controls work rather well, whilst the gameplay is smooth.
Conclusion: Alice: Madness Returns is a throwback to a different, long forgotten time. It may look and sound shiny and new but its heart is from a different era. The thing about this game is that it is a better experience than the sum of its parts.