Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
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Dillon Labella, Amazon
28 May 2014
Summary: I enjoy that the game encourages you to use stealth for as long as possible. I enjoy the commands that allow you to take many enemies at once. The gadgets are cool and useful. You can customize your weapons to the teeth. My only need with the game is the intelligence of it. Example, the enemy may find a body a mile away from your location and the enemy just magically knows exactly where you are.
Fun for multiplayer, a level above most FPS's, but has some online issues
Benjamin Kesselring, Amazon
28 April 2014
Summary: I'll start off by saying that FPS's aren't really my thing. I love RPG's, RPS's, and adventure games, I'm just not usually a fan of games that focus more on shooting things than in leveling up and story. That being said, I got this game to play online with my brothers. It's really fun fir that purpose, and the story holds together well enough. What really sets this apart from most FPS's is the gameplay, though.
Summary: Very realistic, but even in recruit (Easy) mode, some levels are impossible to beat. There are hints available online, no walk through, and zero cheat codes so far that I could find online. One setting it doesn't have, (for PS3), there is no way to turn off the annoying dramatic background music. Without cheat codes or walk through to unlock levels or needed weapons (unlimited ammo and invincibility would be nice), you get stuck in levels difficult to impossible to beat.
Summary: Many years ago I was seriously in doubt when it came to Tom Clancy games. It looked needlessly complicated, monotone gameplay and no or little story. I was wrong. Dead wrong. With this game Tom Clancy proved himself (to me at least) he is very cabable of making top of the line military games, crisp in graphics, excellent soundtrack, and a gamplay it's impossible not to like, or get very addicted to. The game demands excellence from its players.
Good Game, but the plot is very poorly constructed
Patrick Bastien, Amazon
15 December 2013
Summary: A Good Game. Gameplay is excellent. This is the strong point of the game. 12 missions, each needing 45mins to 1 hour to complete since the fun lies mostly in killing the enemy without alarming anyone. Storywise, the game is very poorly written. I had to go to wikipedia in order to find out what was going on. Cutscenes involving your ghosts interacting with other soldiers at military base does not add anything to character development or the main story.