Lifelike third-person military shooter has bloody combat.
Common Sense Media
3 July 2012
Summary: Parents need to know that Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is a third-person military shooter. Military hardware, including traditional rifles, guns, and grenades, as well more futuristic gear, such as drones and remote-controlled mobile artillery, is glamorized, as is the combat in which...
Summary: Overall this game is as good as they come. I find it very hard to give any game a ten but this is up there with the Call of Duties and Battlefield games out there. I strongly recommend this game if you prefer the Gears of War style of game play over the first person shooter style.
Conclusion: Fundamentally, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is a shooter with standard cover-based mechanics. This shouldn't discourage you from giving it a try, because unlike the majority of shooters today, Future Soldier makes you scratch your head a bit before sending the Ghost Team into action.
Pros: An overall engaging shooter experience involving cool stealth-based combat and a lot of single-player and multiplayer fun;
Cons: Basically nothing innovative, some missions are too easy thanks to unbalanced AI, story's unmemorable as are the characters.
Summary: " Ghost Recon Future Soldier " is a very solid game indeed which proves enjoyable from start to finish thanks to some excellent missions, an engaging storyline and a solid multiplayer to boot.
Conclusion: Ghost Recon Future Soldier is not bad game; it’s simply a bad Ghost Recon game. Lacking what made previous games different from the hordes of other shooters, it feels rather ho-hum. As a shooter, it’s also not particularly bad; it’s just not remarkable in any way.
Excerpt: Most Tom Clancy games hold emphasis on stealth and coordination. Specialised teams work together in a synchronised dance of death, taking down targets quickly and quietly. The pleasure behind Tom Clancy titles has always been the satisfaction of finding tactical ways to resolve a mission besides the...