Summary: Rainbow Six & Alice were my first PC Games Long before PlayStation way before iPad!(where i can do more damage with one finger than 10 on PC.) I've played pong you work with what you have lol. Anyway Rainbow Six will always be a PC Game.
Summary: The game was made in 2003, but its great. It can be tricky, like Trieste and Alcatraz, but I love it. You get great guns, nice graphics too. Where it says casual gamers, its more than than that but less than hardcore. You are Ding Chavez, and your in an anti terrorist organism. You fight terrorists, save hostages and lots of other things. I haven't played the game for awhile so i'll do a second review.
Summary: This game is cool it has a good storyline and a lot of guns. but the two best parts are one, that there is co-op two, that you can issue a ton of awesome realistic commands this is the ultimate team based game.
Summary: besides the few minor things that bug me its a great tactical fps, the deaths are sometimes very unrealistic, and sometimes enemies shoot running with 1 hand with an ak but that doesnt make it unplayable just kinda funny and weird.
Summary: This game has action strategy and tons of shooting. You play as Ding who is a american leader of team rainbow. There are 15 missions. I am on the 5 or 6 mission. In the game you get to tell your guys to do. I like how your guys really help you in the game. When there was a terrorist who kept killing the hostage, I told my guys to go and kill him and they did with speed and strategy. I love how hard and smart the A.I. are.
Summary: I absolutley love rainbow six. I even read the book from Tom Clancy. The game just wasn't that great even for an old game. I got addicted to the game right away, but the graphics, controls, ands tory line were kind of hard. The story line was good, but the attacks made no sense. The graphics weren't that good and made it kind of hard to ID from a terrorist head and a pot. All the terrorists were completely bald as well.
Summary: I am a big fan of both squad-based cambat, and open-world games. I have been searching for an experiance equal to the Ghost Recon series games for some time. Rainbow six 3 is not it. Absolutely not open-world at all, very linear. As a squad-based tactical shooter, I found it was sub-par. Since you are trapped in tight hallways the whole time, there is little use for the rest of your team, other than when entering a room with multiple doors.
Summary: I'm not new to the Rainbow Six games, and I'm not new to first person shooters. I loved the first person shooter missions. But about half way through there is a 'bug phone' mission where you have to place a device on the terrorists' phone. First of all, what terrorist hasn't switched to cell phones by 2003 (or whenever this was released)? Second, I spent hours on this and never could get by the guy watching TV.
Summary: I can't believe that RS: Lockdown was delayed, it looks great. I recently began playing this game again, because there's nothin' but crap coming out this summer. I don't think that this game is hard, you may just have to play it 3 or more times to get it. There are 15 missions where you either rescue hostages or defuse bombs, you also bug a penthouse, and snatch incriminating documents, all while shooting tangos with SMGs, ARs, LMGs, and sniper rifles.