Excerpt: One of Xbox Live’s most popular titles is set to make it’s next gen debut when Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter slams onto the Xbox 360 in just a few short weeks. Packing a full single player campaign, co-op support, and a slew of multiplayer options, this game is on a mission to prove it isn’t just...
Conclusion: The first ‘big’ game to grace the 360 and the numbers more than back it up in terms of sales. The single player is short but offers a realistic and entertaining campaign while the online mode offers tactical team combat that requires genuine co-operation, the online co-op maps are just the icing on...
Excerpt: Developer – Ubisoft Publisher - Ubisoft Features Players: 1-4 System Link: 2-16 Xbox Live Multiplayer: 1-16 Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Downloadable Content HDTV Support: 720p Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter (GRAW) has been one of the most anticipated XBOX 360 games to date.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter Review
23 May 2007
Excerpt: Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter's delay near the release of the Xbox 360 was a disappointment to many. E3 videos a few months prior had wowed gamers and it quickly became one of the must have 360 titles.
Excerpt: Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter, an introduction. A lot of people tend to credit the Halo games as the main reason most people bought the Xbox. Whilst that's probably true to an extent, you can't ignore the role of Ubisoft in providing plenty of reasons for gamers to purchase an Xbox.
Excerpt: As a fan of the Ghost Recon franchise, I’ve been waiting impatiently for Advanced Warfighter to arrive ever since Ubisoft announced it would miss the Xbox 360 launch window. The wait is finally over, as the Ghosts storm Microsoft’s next-generation console.
Excerpt: As much as online play has defined the
series, the series has just
as much been about change to me. The first game in the series was lacking in the
graphics department, but provided a slow-paced, realistic warfare experience better
than any game had ever delivered before.
Excerpt: With some franchises, the constant updates, rebrandings, add-ons and sequels get to be a bit of a bore. Every other month seemingly sees a new title in the series, with the quality of each subsequent release generally falling below average.