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Douglas Rye ...
John Clark (voice)
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Susan Holt (voice)
Lawrence Dobkin ...
Lukyan (voice)
Alex Rodine ...
Viktor (voice)
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Michael A. Reagan ...
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Johanna Parker ...
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Ron Louis ...
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31 August 1999 (USA)  »

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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear  »

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The game takes place from 2001 to 2004. See more »

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Follows Rainbow Six (1998) See more »

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Great and very realistic terrorism game
21 November 2001 | by (Virginia) – See all my reviews

I had heard a lot about this game long before I got it, but I hardly ever had the chance to go to a store and buy it and when I tried I couldn't find it anywhere. I finally found the Rogue Spear Platinum Pack which contained both Rogue Spear and Urban Operations (the mission pack that also adds a lot of custom options in the game). The platinum pack was $50, but man was it worth it. One reason why I might have been so excited about this game was the advertisement on television I saw for it. The first time I heard of the game was from the TV, and that one ad convinced me that this was a great game--and just the right type for me. So, several months later, without yet having the first Rainbow Six game, I bought the Rogue Spear Platinum Pack. When I first played the game I was amazed at how realistic the sound fx, graphics, and all-around theme of the game were, and it still amazes me now. This game has several different types of missions, which I also like, for I favor variety, especially in these types of games. Some types of missions would include recon (not being able to be seen by terrorists and still be able to complete mission objectives), assault (regular missions where the objective is to kill all the terrorists), and hostage rescue. The mission pack Urban Operations even adds more variety to the game, allowing you to customize missions by controlling how many terrorists are in the level using "terrorist hunt" mode. This is a great game, and nowhere is anything taken to literally or too unrealistic. 10/10


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