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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas - Xbox 360
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- Play as a new leader with a new team - Tactics play a MAJOR role in your team's success, as each member comes equipped with his own skill set -- recon, heavy weapons, demolition, long range attack and electronics
- Experience a new level of squad-based realism, as your teammates offer real-time tactical suggestions like busting through walls or hacking computers
- Use tactical planning to maneuver through multiple mission paths, with high-tech equipment, like snake cams that tag terrorist targets to your teammates, prior to entering a room
- Real-Time immersion - Real-time mission briefings, all in the midst of the most intense combat ever played
- Motion-captured assault and recon techniques, for realistic gameplay animation - Fast roping, rappelling, window entry, blind-cover fire, and more
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard
Top Customer Reviews
Let me jump to the custom character section right off: this is SICK. Using your Xbox Vision Camera, you can create an uncanny shaved head version of yourself to use in the game, and online. You can then customize your weapons, rated on accuracy, range, and damage, as well as your shoulder, chest, arm and leg armor, which force you to choose between mobility and protection. You can shoose to have a super-zooming rifle scope on your pistol or rifle, or a laser sight, or more. All prettied and ready to go?
Playing any number of games, either in single player or online or multi-player will earn you experience points and medals. The more points you receive, the higher your rank (you start off as a Private Second Class), allowing you access to even more customizable items.
To the gameplay: intuitive and useful, RS: Vegas doesn't throw in any useless controls. You can single click to put a silencer on your weapon, switch to night or thermal vision, or invert yourself upside down on a rapelling rope. You can look inside rooms with a snake cam before you enter, fire blindly around a corner, or detonate explosives from a distance.
The AI is superb; you can run the same mission three times in a row and never have the "enemies" in the same areas, or in the same amounts. If you faced four guys in the opening building the first time around, you might face two guys, with the other two sneaking around to flank you on your second try.Read more ›
I've almost completed the campaign and have done most of the T-Hunt Missions. Both are very fun to play, and I LOVE the fact that you can do both co-op with a friend ON THE SAME SCREEN. Many other games force you to play co-op type missions online or don't offer them at all. But, RB6 also offers the co-op features online, as well as a wide array of VS modes to keep things interesting.
The only small complaint I have with the multiplayer is that only two players can play on one console, you have to set up a system link to be able to get 4 buddies in on the game.
Nonetheless still tremendously fun, and I like the "call of duty" style health system that is implemented (can take several hits but will need to duck for cover and then you'll regain health and be able to go back to business), whereas I remember the old school RB6 games it seemed like it was always one or two hits and that's all.
But they do have a "realistic" difficulty setting you can choose which I havent played with too much but I'm sure thats likely a more frustrating option.
I can't wait till the next Ghost Recon game comes out I believe in march, I'm hoping it is every bit as great as this game turned out to be!
Rainbow Six: Vegas takes place in Las Vegas as you probably have guessed. Most of the story unfolds while you are playing the game, either in helicopter briefings while you are flying to your next target or while you are on foot from an audio and video feed in the top left of your screen. This is a pretty nice change from the text briefings before missions that Rainbow Six players are used to. Without giving too much of the plot away, terrorists have attacked various casinos in the city, taking some hostages and planting bombs. You play as Logan Keller, a team leader for a group of highly skilled soldiers, and it is your job to go from casino to casino and take care of business. If this all sounds familiar, that's because it is. We have all heard this same basic story dozens of times in other games and Hollywood action movies. But while the storyline isn't exactly original, it is good enough to keep you at least mildly interested.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This game is great.
I'm a huge fan of all the Tom Clancy games, and Rainbow Six is no exception. Read more
Really fun to play, my brothers and i used to play terrorist hunts on this one split-screen. Now that i got it again we play online together. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good game until i unfairly got shot mutiple times till i lost it and quitPublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
This game is awesome, its a must have for people who love to bust caps.Published 5 months ago by TheCreatureWalks