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: 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 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: ok I cut my teeth with the PC Rainbow Six back in 1999. In the pc version, you have a lot of freedom to choose your team, where they will enter and exit, what they will do once there etc. Naturally this means a lot of pre-planning before you actually start the mission. The PS 2 version of things is definitely geared more towards action and less towards planning and stealth.
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.
More focused on action....and there are more weapons!!!!!!!
Maria Marienthal, Amazon
26 June 2004
Summary: Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield for the PS2 follows the same action-focused gameplay of the first Playstation R6 games. For me, it was a graphically enhanced Covert Ops. The environments are much more in-dephth this time around, the AI is actually slightly challenging, now the squad sensibly follows you around, and on-the-spot tactics are the way to play rather than the pre-set waypoints from the earlier PC versions.
Summary: I wasn't sure about this game because the Jungle Storm games I was horrible at, but this game was GREAT! I loved the different missions and the fact that I got to order the men around. I've played games with similar objectives where you control other characters and it didn't work for me, but this one was easy to catch on to and kept me up playing it until late into the night.
Summary: This is one of my favorite Tom Clancy video games! Graphics: 8.5, the graphics are good but not perfect. The guns and buildings are really detailed. Sound: 9, the gun fire is good, same with the people talking. This isn't as good of a game as Splinter Cell, but still it's one of the best Tom Clancy game i've played!