Summary: We bought this for our grandchildren. I guess our imagination was better than the game, because once we began to play it, we found it was difficult to navigate and we could not see the beautiful pictures from around the world.
Summary: This review is not about the game. I love the Ghost Recon series. I wish I would have been able to play this one though. I sent Newegg customer service an email, but I doubt anything will happen since it's been a while when I ordered it... sucks for me :(
Pros: I'm sure it would have been an awesome game - if I received the correct game.
Cons: Ordered this game in April and was gonna give it away as a gift. Needless to say, I didn't and just had it lying around in my collection. I finally decide to play it today, and I found Assassins Creed inside instead. The worst part was that the Assassins Creed CD was scratched, so it was unplayab...
Summary: The game had no element of surprise. Each battle senario was foretold in a TV style news show called "Modern Heros" that told of each pending battle. It took all the surprise element out of the game. I did like the fact that you could pick up weapons on the battle field.
Summary: The game loads and goes to the title screen. At that point the game instructs you to press start; when pressed nothing happens. No other buttons have any affect and the game is unplayable. The email address for tech support is invalid and no patch for the game is available.
Conclusion: Yeah i wud just like to say that this game is truly not as good well overated i dont see what all the hype was about too be honest rainbow six kicks this games ass you all want a good FPS Rainbow six is the way
Summary: I liked the first Ghost Recon. It was challenging, had some length to it, and was a pretty good game. Ghost Recon 2 is supposed to be all-new and improved with new features. It's not. It's not even worthy of having 2 in the title, because it's not much more than a sad overpriced expansion pack.