Summary: Ghost Recon is a great game. It wasn't all that hard to beat, but I am a war junky. Some missions took a few tries, and I was grateful to learn from my mistakes. In single-player mode, I suggest you equip one or two of your troopers with LAWs (anti-armor systems) on just about all of the missions.
Summary: This game would be great...except that I have played SOCOM. The game has great features and is very realistic. However, I don't feel I am a part of the game. For example, there are no voice commands for this game. So, after playing an hour it got old very quickly. Well, there are no commands.
Summary: I originally didn't get this game because I thought I would be dissapointed and it wouldn't be up to the standards of his books, I was absolutely wrong! There are very diverse missions ranging from Russia and Russian ultranationalists trying to recreate the Soviet Union to an invasion by Ethiopia...
Above the average 3 stars, but nothing spectacular.
5 December 2003
Summary: Like many others said, this game had great potential. There were some great missions, SOCOM like squads, and an eerie setting(to me at least). If only the controls werent so frustrating that you would die 300 times trying to switch squad members.
Ghost Recon; Now a Ghost In My PS2- -I give it 3.5 stars- -
Matt Mabry, Amazon
15 November 2003
Summary: Ghost Recon, for the first while, is possily the best game you've ever played, it addictive, idrenaline packed and extremely realistic. But then after that first anitial week of ownership the game gets kind of boring, you can predict the enemies moves.
Summary: I'm used to pure first person, so a squad based game was something new to me. Gameplay was pretty straightforward. I found it very realistic is some regards (movement, visibility) which might seem "slow" to many gamers.