Reviews and Problems with Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter
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Great Classic Tactical Shooter!
24 March 2014
Summary: It's a classic game that's still fun to play! Granted it's not as good as the PC and Xbox 360 versions. The difference is mainly quality of graphics and animations and amount of animations (and characters; like teammates you actually see/interact with in-game). The tactics, gun behavior/shooting animations, enemy AI, environments (audio and visual), and overall gameplay experience is very well done with what the PS2 has to offer.
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: 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!!!
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: When you think of Ghost Recon or even Tom Clancy video games you think of "STEALTH" missions, well this game doesn't have much stealth at all. With the "ABILITY TO SWITCH" between stealth and just full on "ATTACK" it isn't really stealth at all, your partner in most missions just stands around waiting for your orders, but if you choose "ATTACK" mode than your partner just does most the work and that isn't fun unless you are a "lazy bum" and like doing just about nothing.
Summary: The Ghost Recon franchise, after the disappointment that was "Ghost Recon 2," returns to what works (including a first-person perspective!) with "Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter." The plot is typical of a Tom Clancy game: that is, a [terrorist group/rogue warlord/enemy mole] is threatening [national security/a government official/to start World War III] and you are [an elite operative/special forces soldier] that has to stop him.
Summary: This is a tough game to play, but if you have the patience and like Tom Clancy games, you will love it. If it gets too tough, just play it on easy, which might not be a bad idea the first time through. This is definately serious hunting.