Reviews and Problems with Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter
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Henry S. Quintana "Henry Q.", Amazon
6 November 2012
Summary: Gaming experience is great. AI is good, graphics are good, story plot is good, the accuracy with which the game follows the player's game play is excellent. Difficulty levels are accurate, easier levels are not so easy that the game gets boring, yet the harder levels are challenging enough for the experienced gamer. Great game!
Summary: this is probably like the ps2 game because well it is amazing. I bet you you'll play it and put it down and when you come back you can't stop.Some missions will confuse you for sure. I don't recommend any body over 10 years of age.
Summary: I ordered Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter for my kid on ps2. Received the box for Advanced Warfighter but received the orgional Ghost Recon!!! Wasn't aware of this until this weekend when my son went to trade this game in at Play and trade!!!
Summary: of course the graphics are not as good as ps3 or 360 this is ps2 they cant make the graphics as good as the newer console because ps2 cant handle that much.still and great game i loved it i know im a few year behind but my 360 did die on me i had to go back to ps2 for a while but ps2 runs alot smoother than 360 and i can hear my game unlike 360 with the loud fan and stuff so ps2 for me is a better experience.
No split-screen co-op mode, sluggish single player... semi-auto?
J. ANTONACCI, Amazon
24 August 2011
Summary: My daughter and I were really jazzed about this and then there was no split-screen co-op mode. The original, Jungle Storm and Rainbow Six 3 all have a two player, local-only mode so we were expecting one. No joy. We say, "Ok, so single-player and take turns! No problem.". Maybe we have been playing super-sneaky Rainbow Six too much, but not being able to crouch, corner peek is rotten. In fact all the input feel sluggish, slow, lagging and loose. Not a fun game.
Summary: The campaign is really bad. The graphics are bad. You can't even pick your guns in the campaign. Each mission is divided into two parts, so you'll get full health halfway through a mission which i think is pretty stupid. Also, there are these things called supply points scattered across every map. They give you full health and full ammo, which I think is the most cheap and unrealistic thing that a little machine can do.