CIA agent John Clark as created a NATO based anti-terrorist team called Rainbow that is comprised of the best military, police and intelligentsia agents from American and Europe. From their... See full summary »

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Douglas Rye ...
John Clark (voice)
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John Brightling (voice)
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Catherine Winston (voice) (as Michele Collins)
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Anne Lang (voice)
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CIA agent John Clark as created a NATO based anti-terrorist team called Rainbow that is comprised of the best military, police and intelligentsia agents from American and Europe. From their base in England they can strike at terrorists the world over. After 3 terrorist attacks in a relatively short space of time, it becomes clear that someone is setting up terrorists to be killed. Suspicion falls upon John Brightling and his company, Horizon. As the Rainbow field commander, you must lead your troops to victory, and in the process, find out what Brightling is up to and what it has to do with the 2000 Olympics. Written by Sinister Dexter

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The Fate of the World is in Your Hands!

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Action | Thriller

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31 July 1998 (USA)  »

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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six  »

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[Note: Nintendo 64 Version] The level called BROKEN ARROW is a reference to The Sum Of All Fears novel, in which the prologue for the novel is called Broken Arrow. See more »

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Narrator: The year is 1999, the Cold War has been over for more then a decade and for the first time in half a century the world is free from the spectre of nuclear apocalypse. It should be a time of peace and prosperity but all over the globe the ambers of old anamosities have been fanned into flames by the winds freedom. Terrorism in the 21st century is an international industry. Money and expertise flow freely through the global computer nets and every type of weapon imaginable is available on the ...
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Followed by Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow (2004) See more »

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cool
27 January 2002 | by (korea) – See all my reviews

No, cool is way under-rating it. I bought Rainbow Six: Gold Edition (which also had Eagle Watch) three days ago and I've played it at least 40 times (both Rainbow and Eagle). I thought it was an exelent idea for a game, both the story and how the game was put toghether. The game is chalenging, but easy enough to not get agravated at. The second best game ever (Star Wars: Jedi Knight is the best). I give Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 9.9/10


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