Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas
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awesome replayability & lot of game
14 August 2014
Summary: awesome awesome game. I still play it today.But i am an outlier as i have no interest in multiplayer & own less than 10 ps3 games. but this game shines in replayability. The tactics change if you are just using sniper rifles or just assault weapons. If you really want to make it hard, just play using only pistols to clear level. you will get KILLED a lot. If you want to annoyed, then play the terrorist hunt levels. I think you get 8-10 levels.
Summary: horrible graphics, would return it gladly. The other game that I did purchase didn't even open after seeing the firt one. expect the same disappointment. Well I would expect the game coming to playstation 3 from 2002 to be remasterd to be at least close to the games that we play now.
Summary: This game was on sale on the PSN store, and so I bought it. Boy, this is one of the most challenging games I've ever played. Then again, this is my first R6 game, and I'm used to shooters like Call of Duty. The story is seemingly good. There were no subtitles to be enabled and it was difficult to hear dialogue due to gunfire and loud music (which can be adjusted). There's a twist towards the end but I did not really care because I wasn't paying attention (wish I was).
Summary: Fun game to play, but short story line and limited in what you can do and where you can go. I only played offline, single player so I can't comment on the online or multiple player aspect. Good graphics and sound.
Summary: This is indeed the first game (multiplayer) I ever played, now its getting use to with the controls and all but this a solid game. Grab a couple friends, hop on multiplayer, grab a beer (or soda) and enjoy.
Summary: With absolutely perfect combat, an interesting story, an awesome assortment of guns, and arguably the best squad-command-based combat system of all time, "Rainbow Six Vegas" rightfully inserts itself into the Tom Clancy game empire.