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REal , GameStop
19 June 2011
Summary: When i bought this game i thought it was a wacky game and i just wanted to try it out. But when i went home and started to play it i sat up the whole day looking at the screen i was amazed at the cool missions, the cool guns and the nice or pretty decent graphics. The people who made this game put alot of thinking into it. I reccomend this game to everyone sit down and enjoi.
Summary: The game was fun. Even on the normal setting it's quite difficult to get through the missions, but not impossible. One thing that I didn't like was the fact that I couldn't give individual commands to the 3 guys on my team and position them EXACTALY where I wanted them to be positioned. When I played "Freedom Fighters" I had 12 people with me and I could do this, and it made strategizing and playing the game a lot more fun.
Summary: I thought that this game would play on my XBOX 360 but to my surprise it did not. Being so happy to buy and play this game that I didn't look for the 360. My mistake but what I see this game and what you can do. I would have scored this game very high.
Summary: I purchased this game for my new xbox... and as a 45 year old man, this game is way too hard to play. I am looking to relax and need something simple. Too many commands. I am sure the game is great but it was just too complicated for me to enjoy.
Summary: Don't know why it's taken me so long to do a review on this particular game, but here goes: Whilst there are issues with the AI and issuing commands to your team members, overall this is a great game. It's not the same tactical shooter that some of the previous Rainbow Six games have been, but graphically it is one of the great Xbox games.
Summary: A lot like Ubi's other tactical shooter franchise (Ghost Recon) except for whatever reason, they employ native voice actors throughout this franchise's history (they also sound French or German in this one)...goofy. "Roger...Open UND clear" Playable on the 360. If you have Vegas, give it a try, it ain't bad.
Summary: This game is extremely linear. Clear out a room, move to the next, kill people, move to the next. Occasionally rescue a hostage that has very poor AI and likes to get shot, or defuse a bomb that is in a room previously filled with very stupid terrorists. The obstacles are static, the enemies are always in the same place, and the only 'strategy' involved is the fact that you can only save twice per level.
Great Fun to Mess Around With, But Several Small Errors
Kyle Slayzar, Amazon
1 May 2005
Summary: Being a big fan of tactical games, Rainbow Six 3 was on my to-get list and just recently I picked up my copy. I had a blast with it and still play it despite the fact that I beat it several times. The weapons were veryy accurate in terms of practicality and functionality; I was very pleased that Ubi Soft actually got the technical information of the actual weapons and implimented them correctly instead of making a messed-up array of weapons like the RCP-90 in Golden Eye...
Summary: I was a huge fan of rainbow six on the PC and was pretty excited about the console version. I expected it to be a bit more 'arcadey', but having also got Ghost Recon, also expected a similar level of realism and strategy. But all in all I have to say I was pretty disappointed. On the plus side, the game is really well presented, with some good missions, great graphics, and the sound is superb. But it's the gameplay where it fell down for me.