12 June 2012 8:30 AM, PDT | MTV Multiplayer | See recent MTV Multiplayer news »

As I'm sure I've said a few times in previous posts, it's been a while since a new Ghost Recon game graced consoles and PCs, Ubisoft pouring much of their Tom Clancy energies into resuscitating and rebuilding the Splinter Cell franchise with a more general audiences friendly approach.

With Future Soldier, it seems like the company that legally bought a man's name to make games decided to go another way, loading up the latest in the third-person tactical shooter series with even more options to dispatch your foes on the global stage of ceaseless conflict while removing some of the micromanagement from previous entries in the series. Or something, the story's pretty negligible.

But a lackluster plot about loose nukes and rogue governments doesn't necessarily put a pall over a game that has a lot of interesting ways to approach combat, even if the levels themselves don't necessarily encourage you to do so. »

- Charles Webb

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