Join an elite team of highly trained soldiers. Armed to the teeth with unrivaled combat technology and cutting-edge military hardware, Ghost Recon takes you to the globe's most deadly war zones to hunt down the highest value targets.
Set before, during and after the events of Rainbow Six: Vegas (2006), this time the player takes control of Bishop as he leads his Rainbow team in an attempt to stop terrorists from attacking Las Vegas and beyond.
Philip Le Maistre,
Sam Fisher and his Fourth Echelon must stop a dangerous terrorist group known as the Engineers who threaten several terrorist attacks on American soil to force the US Military to pull out of its overseas bases.
The Ghost Recon series of games have always been top notch games and all of them delivered nail biting experiences. The series has taken on a more action packed route lately with the Advanced Warfighter titles. The first game was a hit in its own right but I never got the chance to play it properly. This is the brilliant sequel to that game which truly lives up to its expectations. The game starts off a bit on the slow side but then it picks up pace dramatically to have you on the edge of your seat. It is so breath taking it feels as if you are really in a war zone and the bullets are actually missing your head by a whisker. You will be glued to it as you are thrown into fire fights again and again. The game does not feature any cut scenes and continues to pile on the action and tension along the way or while your are hitching a ride to another fire fight. It is all out action with no hiccups in the middle.
The only gripe about the game is that it is way too short and the fire fights could have been a bit more lengthier which would have felt more rewarding once you get through them. All in all a wonderful game that was just awesome in its own right and with superlative graphics and sound to to top it all off it is a winner right out of the box.
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