Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow
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Looneytoons, The Student Center
6 September 2004
Summary: I like first-person shooter games. I own a lot of them too. (Halo, Counter-strike, Doom etc..) When I got Rainbow Six 3, I was fully aware that it was more of an undercover type game than a shoot em up /crazy type game.
Summary: As Ubi Soft continues to rake in the cash with the Tom Clancy name inspired games, the quality of them seems to just get better and better. The follow up to last year's shooter of the year, Black Arrow makes several new innovations in the series while combining them with more of the same Rainbow Six...
Excerpt: A series of attempts to kidnap telemetry and rocket scientists pulls Team Rainbow into a spiderweb of international intrigue. An international cabal of renegade military officers is trying to create conflict in the oil-rich regions around the Black Sea, giving them an excuse to swoop in and seize...
Summary: This game embodies everything that a tactical shooter should. Rainbow Six 3 Black Arrow has very tight play mechanics that provide for a more anaesthetically pleasing experience than other squad based shooters on the Xbox.
Summary: When i first got this game, i was so excited. I immediately started up the game and the intro was awesome, but not as exciting as the original rainbow six 3 intro. The game's graphics are sublime. Every detail has been analysed and perfected to create an extremely realistic looking environment.
Summary: Described as the sequel to the original Rainbow Six 3, Black Arrow is one of the finest xbox games ever made. Released in August 2004 this game see's Ding Chavez and his team fight their way through 10 new maps.
Summary: For those that have played any Rainbow series, this is basically an add-on game with new missions in new settings, with the added advantage of having 2-player mode for hunting terrorists, which is a very welcome plus in you don't want to go online.