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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2 - PC

by Ubisoft
Platform : Windows Vista, Windows XP
Rated: Mature
3.9 out of 5 stars 104 customer reviews
Metascore: 78 / 100

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  • Explore Vegas hot spots as the environment changes from dusk to bright daylight to dawn
  • Multiplayer includes 11 smaller maps that force more intense face-offs, 2 adversarial modes, more rewards, and easier access to matches using the improved and intuitive matchmaking system
  • Create your own identity that stays the same in both single player and multiplayer modes and progresses as you do
  • Turn single player mode into co-op mode at any time, just by jumping into the game. AI is more challenging than ever
  • Requirements: Microsoft Windows XP & Vista; Processor PENTIUM 4; 3.0Ghz; 1024 MB Memory; 7.00 Gb Hard disk; Keyboard; Mouse; DVD 4X; Video Card128 MB (Shader 3.0-enabled video card); DirectX 9.0c
  • Turn single player mode into co-op mode at any time, just by jumping into the game
  • AI is more challenging than ever
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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0010EI6TM
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 15, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,338 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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I've been a big fan of modern combat games like those in the Call of Duty, Medal of Honor, and Brothers in Arms series. It wasn't until recently that I picked up Rainbow Six Vegas 2 when it was on sale on Steam, and I'm very glad that I did.

RSV2 is primarily an FPS game, but you get to control a small team of two other specialists as you comb through industrial and commercial complexes looking for bad guys to shoot. Your team will follow your orders to move to a position, throw grenades, stack up on a door, etc. allowing you to coordinate and time your attacks on enemy positions.

The tactical aspect of the game is especially apparent when you have to clear rooms. You can scope out a room using a snake cam and tag two enemies for your squadmates to target first. After commanding your team to stack up on a door, you can tell them to breach with C4, throw grenades first, or just open the door and start shooting. I found myself replaying sections of the game to see how successfully I could coordinate the assaults. The rooms are designed so you usually have a choice of doors, windows or skylights to use as entry points.

The single player campaign took me about 8 hours to finish, which is a little short, but I thought it was one of the more satisfying FPS games that I've played in a while. There's also a Terrorist Hunt game mode that's basically just stand-alone levels where you're timed in how quickly you can kill all of the bad guys. They give you a pretty big selection of levels, adding tons of replay value to the game.

I'm thinking of going back and playing through the first RS Vegas game, which many people deem the better of the two. As far as I know, you don't need to play the first Vegas in order to enjoy Vegas II. If you liked other modern combat shooters like Modern Warfare or Medal of Honor, but wished for less twitchy and more open-ended gameplay, I high recommend checking out Rainbow Six Vegas 2.
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I think most people would agree the first game was the better of the two. That being said, I don't agree with many people saying the game is bad or not that great. This is a really good game. Someone below had said it was short..... They must be used to playing oblivion or something because this game was longer than the first. I was glad to be done with it by the time the end came around.

The graphics are really nice. They are like an updated version of the first game. There's a few bugs that drove me nuts such as an enemy shooting through a wall that's supposed to be cover. Glitch. This game features shooting through cover such as wood or plastic, but i'm speaking of actual walls. You can see their rifle sticking out of it. Another annoyance is the fact that you can die if someone shoots your hands alot. I understand that you can do that to your enemy, but still.
The game only crashed on me once. I closed to desktop, restarted the game and was fine. The new patch seemed to work fine for me.
As for the setting, I thought the levels were very nicely laid out. Yes the casinos in the first one were really cool and fun, but there's alot more to vegas than just that. The story was revolving around catching someone, not just fighting your way through things.

Gameplay is the same. There's a whole experience/level up scheme to this game that can be a little cheap with the weapons. There should've at least been the same weapons available as in the first game. You end up having to level up and use certain strategies to get the items you want. It's annoying, but I thought it was cool leveling up. In this game you tend to get hurt alot more than the first one on normal difficulty. Even with the heaviest gear on I found I was dying alot more.
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This is an awesome game, and the fact that it's $10-and even less used-is incredible.. I probably would have paid $30 for this game (I'm cheap haha), but that just makes it so much better.

The game's graphics are nice, especially the character models. It's kind of the opposite graphical strengths as MW2-the guns look a little childish and rounded here, while in MW2 they were great. Scenery in Vegas 2 is pretty average-sometimes it stands out as really well-done, other times it is average.

Vegas 2 plays a bit like most other notable shooters, but still stands out very well-defined. It is a squad-based shooter, so it is much more tactical and deliberate than other games like Call of Duty. In CoD, you would be told to go into a room. You'd do it, kill the guys that are always in the same spot, then move on. Plus, you didn't really develop a connection to your purpose in the games. Here, there are multiple entry points into any important room where you'll see combat, and you'll have to use your map to pick out the spot that you think is best. The enemies always spawn in different locations according to your entry points. You can even tell your team mates to breach and clear one door while you take another. You can pop flashbangs or flags, use a breaching charge, or just kick open the door to enter. It is all very planned and precise, so using your head definitely rewards you.

This game also has the intense, spontaneous action that you would expect from a first person shooter. You can duck behind cover and spray down an area from safety, pop your head out and aim while still being protected, or just go rambo haha. It's not as run-and-gun as modern warfare, but that's a good thing in my opinion-it builds tension and is more realistic.
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