Summary: The latest instalment in the tactical-squad shooter field, SWAT: GST takes the player through 21 missions all over the world with two other characters, each with its own specialty, ready to bring down a multi-national drug cartel, or in other words, we have the token tech-guy and the token female sniper following our orders through a lot of maps. First off, I won't go into MP, because I haven't tried it yet.
Summary: When i first got this game i didn't really think it looked that good, but then it got to me, the amazing graphics, the awesome weapons, the fun co-operative play, the great missions, the pure adiction! I will not say you could not get a better game, that would be lying, but almost every part of this game has an amazing up side...
Summary: Don't expect a copy version of Rainbow Six 3. This is far more of an arcade version. At first it seems too easy, and the initial missions are sailed through, without barely taking a hit, however later in the game you realise that you can't go any further without completing the earlier missions to near-perfection. You then have to go back and re-do them, being a bit more careful as to who you shoot and who you secure.
Summary: i was at first disapointed with the lack of weapons in this game but its not realy about that. its about tacticaly controling your three man strike team through differant locations over the world. you can complete each level by not killing anyone as you score much higher doing so, but its far more fun to be court-up in fire fights.
Summary: i got this game for christmas and at first i was a bit disappointed howeverthe fast action and the ability to arrest through a variety of minplay tactic the team control is superb and after a while it will gret very rewarding with very little weapons you could say it was boring however you can tottaly upgrade nyour gun with ug points (clip size,ammunition type,scope etc)this wont entertain alla aundiences but certaily worth the money.