Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon 2 Summit Strike
Showing 1-3 of 3
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2 Summit Strike
The Gamers Temple
19 October 2005
Excerpt: Ghost Recon 2: Summit Strike may be billed as an expansion for Ghost Recon 2, but in reality it is a full-featured standalone game. And quite a good full-featured standalone game at that. In fact, with the addition of two new multiplayer games, fifteen new weapons, new skins, new maps, and a graphical upgrade, it can be argued that Summit Strike is even more full-featured than the original Ghost Recon 2.
Summary: "If you are used to FPS games like Halo, where you can “run-n-gun,” and shooting with accuracy while constantly being on the move is the key to success, it may take a bit to get used to this game. " "On most of the maps, as you move ahead, you will see the scenery “come to life” before you a few hundred yards out.
Pros: Excellent graphics, Good Missions, Fun Online Play
Cons: Inconsistent AI, Poor Draw Distances, Menus Could Be Improved