Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas
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Rainbow Six Vegas (Xbox 360)
4 July 2013
Excerpt: Rainbow Six Vegas is the latest release in the Rainbow Six first person shooter series that gamers everywhere have come to know and love. The original made a huge splash in the industry with it's unique blend of strategy and intense bursts of action. The first full-fledged sequel was Rogue Spear, which upped the graphics and tweaked the gameplay slightly to make the formula work even better. After a couple expansion packs, Rainbow Six 3 stepped up to the plate.
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Excerpt: Developer – Ubisoft Montreal Publisher - Ubisoft Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas arrives on the Xbox 360 with over a full year for the developers to take advantage of the 360's hardware. For many months I had Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas on the radar and marked on my calendar. There was no question I was pumped for this one and I was hoping for a much improved product from the franchise this time around.
Excerpt: Linking up with Tom Clancy by purchasing his Red Storm Entertainment studio was one of the smartest decisions that Ubisoft has ever made. Not only has it given them three critically acclaimed and profitable series, but also a wealth of experience when it comes to creating action and stealth games. Never has this been more apparent than in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas .
Excerpt: I had just about given up hope in the Rainbow Six franchise after last year's remarkably awful Rainbow Six: Lockdown . It totally abandoned all the core elements that made the series famous, and turned it into a cliché arcade-style shooter with a modest sprinkling of watered-down tactical elements. When I heard about Rainbow Six Vegas , I was justifiably skeptical. Apparently publishers have decided that console gamers can't handle real simulation and...
Conclusion: Overall, Rainbow Six Vegas does indeed prevent the series from getting too stale by revamping the single player campaign. And while it’s incredibly fun, there just isn’t that much depth to make it outstanding. But if you’re a Rainbow Six fan and love the multiplayer, this is definitely a must buy.