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: 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 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.
Summary: If you haven't played the earlier Rainbow Six series, here's a brief rundown: you play as a squad commander, outfit your team of counter terrorist specialists with the proper equipment for the mission (for the record: it doesn't matter one bit which guns you pick), then sneak around buildings/jungles/houses/boats, etc. obliterating a bunch of bad guys.
Falls short of the X-Box version, but not a bad port overall
Ted Del Prato "technodemon", Amazon
24 November 2004
Summary: In the past, I have not been a big fan of the Rainbow Six series...but after playing the X-Box version of Rainbow Six 3, I was quite impressed. The plethora of selectable weapons and realistic environments adds a new twist on the first person shooter genre, allowing the player to guide a team of 3 other individuals in counter-terrorism scenarios. No quirky floating power-ups or monsterous boss battles here, just real-life situations with the stamina of a normal human.