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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.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Camacho ... Dennis Cohen / Alvarez Cabrero (voice)
Philip Le Maistre Philip Le Maistre ... Miguel Cabrero (voice) (as Philip Lemaistre)
Kwasi Songui ... Michael Walter (voice)
Denis Akiyama ... Kan Akahashi (voice)
Paul Sun-Hyung Lee ... Jung Park (voice)
Alain Goulem ... Male Bishop (voice)
Felicia Shulman ... Female Bishop / Joanna Torres (voice)
Brett Watson Brett Watson ... Hurst (voice)
Elias Toufexis ... Gabriel Nowak (voice)
Michael Rudder Michael Rudder ... Aaron Lawrence / Hostage Negociator (voice)
Sven Eriksson Sven Eriksson ... Logan Keller / Multiplayer Narrator (voice)
Harry Standjofski ... Six (voice)
Holly Gauthier-Frankel ... Sharon Judd (voice) (as Holly G. Frankel)
Simon Peacock Simon Peacock ... Gary Kenyon (voice)
Marcel Jeannin ... Scott Neville (voice)


Set before, during and after the events of Rainbow Six: Vegas, 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. It is revealed that the traitorous Gabe Nowack from Rainbow Six: Vegas was one of Bishop's former students and has betrayed Rainbow and his friends out of revenge and jealousy. Ultimately, Bishop must stop Nowack from compromising Rainbow and putting more lives at risk. Written by Allen Kwan

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18 March 2008 (USA) See more »

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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 See more »

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Good, not Great.
25 October 2008 | by bryan_oc9See all my reviews

If you don't know anything or haven't played the first RSV then the plot of this game won't make sense, and if like me you have played the first instalment, it still wont make sense! The game basically starts you off in the Alps with the future traitor Nowak as one of your squad members (you know he's a bad 'un becoz he's cocky!) where you have to rescue hostages. Now cut to the events in Mexico of the first RSV and after that you have to hunt down the traitor. Then it cuts itself in two again by splitting you up from your teammate's who are obviously the two same teammate's from the first RSV, who after the Vegas part of the first game come back and join you to finish of this one. Confused? You should be! Gameplay-wise its basically the same as 1, but with the added bonus of slightly smarter teammate's and the addition of the sprint button. The enemy AI is a bit dumb as usual, and they can shoot you without even looking in your direction! get that! But small gripes as on the whole the game-play is enjoyable if repetitive, as there's still an over reliance on clearing rooms for set pieces. The weapons are varied and joyously meaty to wield. Online terrorist hunt is great too when you and 3 other players are all miked up and running and gunning, but the straight up death matches leave a lot to be desired. And the ACES levelling up is a welcome bonus only spoilt by the big flash up of "10XP" when you get a kill etc. which ruins the suspense from the first game when you weren't quite sure if you really had shot the enemy and should you pop out for a look? The biggest disappointment for me is the graphics. How the other dude thinks these are great when we have Mass Effect, Gears of War and Bioshock whom all use the Unreal Engine 3 for there graphics, yet other than the player and his teammate's character models the graphics look mostly a bit PS2. Poor effort. All in all a good game not quite achieving the greatness of the first game, unfortunately spoilt by drab looks and repetitiveness.

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