Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon
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23 February 2014
Summary: we dont care about lasers / new weapons when it comes to old classic. if you gonna play this old rock solid classic, youre not goin to do it for flashy graphics or invisibility modes, But for the great feeling in it.
Summary: This game is amazing. It comes with Island Thunder and Desert Siege. If you are a nifty little modder, there is a program in the game files called IGOR, it allows you to create maps of what ever you feel like, but as all editors, there are limitations.
Summary: This game combines realism, action and user-friendliness in a perfect mix. Even 13 years after its release, it has its distinct advantages over current tactical shooters. The scale and focus isn't as broad as the OFP/ArmA series, but it makes up for that with intuitive controls and squad command.
Summary: Ok, so I go to the store to get a new PS2 game (yes, I STILL play the PS2) with my brother, and he says "hey look, a Tom Clancy game, didn't you just read a book by him?" (Just to let you guys know I'm not a big gamer.) Sure enough I pick it up and it's Tom Clancy's Ghost recon for about $3.
Summary: This last chapter of the Ghost Recon series was all I had hoped for. New characters, new weapons, and new scenery to explore. I only wish someone would pick up the torch and continue the series, which I would purchase in a heartbeat.
Summary: THE Tactical Shooter. Takes everything that made the rainbow six & rogue spear series entertaining, and mixes it up with a bit more action, and blends together the planning and execution phase - bring up the map anytime, switch which soldier you're commanding in the middle of action, etc...
Summary: Great game, even though it is a bit old. I've been playing it on a Mac for 10+ years with my 62 yr old father. Just got a new laptop (PC) so I had to get the PC version. The online play is great, although the online community has shrunk quite a bit in the past few years.