Summary: Well, I don't have Xbox live for a start so I can't say how good the online play is for this game, but I've played through a lot of the campaign and must say it is quite fun. There is a good selection of weapons to choose from, the maps are interesting and for once the controls are fluid and accurate, and thankfully easy to use. The graphics are good but not overly impressive.
Summary: After playing many FPS games that had a "Blow up everything in your way" gameplay it was nice to get my hands on a little more of a tactical game. Rainbow Six 3 breaks away from mindless shooting and adds alot more thought to the FPS genre. The game puts you in control of a squad of 3 men who act as covering fire aswell as other back up and support. This adds to the games diversity and you feel a real sense of leadership as you command your troops.
Summary: I fairly new to xbox and this was one of the first games I bought due to reviews, and high opinions of the game. I glad to say I think the game is great. Very realistic locations, detalied graphics and weapons and lots of fun to be had. You have 14 missions basically to shoot terrorists and defuse bombs rescue hostages. Some missions are great especailly like the Villa, Penthouse and The Rock rip off of Alcatraz sneaking into the shower area just like the film!
Summary: Wow! Definitely the most absorbing and engrosing first-person shooter I've played on the X-Box. I only got round to buying this recently at the reduced price and boy was it worth it. This is one of the most hyper-realistic war FPS games I've ever played. ***Enemy AI is outstanding (enemies are intelligent enough to shoot their hostages if provoked, seek the nearest cover, shout for backup and run away or retreat when outnumbered).
Summary: if your lucky to play in the amazing world of xbox live gaming then this is a must have, ive been playing rainbow six since it was released and i still play it regulary now, it has a big following with 100's of people still playing this amazing game online, if your an unlucky one and not have live gaming then rainbow six lacks offline once you complete the missions theres not much that wants you to do it all other again, apart from harder settings theres not much else...
Summary: I play the PC version a lot, and when I bought the Xbox version I was slightly dissapointed. Maybe it was because the controls were slightly worse (which cant be helped i guess), but it just seemed more focused on yourself than teamwork. The headset commands were a good addition though, it really spiced up the command giving. Still a definete addition to an Xbox's collection.