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- Defend US soil from a cross-border attack, taking the fight to all-new locations -- from Juarez, Mexico to El Paso, Texas
- Dynamic lighting and shadows - Real-time day/night cycles and constantly changing weather system require you to adjust to changing conditions on the fly
- Command lethal air strikes with jet fighters, gain Mobile cover for otherwise impassable situations and replenish armaments on the battlefield using an unmanned artillery MULE
- The revolutionary new Cross-Com 2.0 will give the player more information than ever before. See what your friendly forces see in the top left display; expand that to full-screen view for a clearer and more precise picture
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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 builds on the events of the first hit game, for an all-new tactical combat experience. In the year 2014, rising conflict between Mexican loyalists and insurgent forces throws Mexico into full-scale civil war. Under the command of Captain Scott Mitchell, the Ghosts are called upon to face an imminent threat to the United States. The fate of two countries now lies in the hands of the Ghosts as they fend off an attack on U.S. soil. Equipped with the most cutting-edge weaponry and technology, the Ghosts must battle on both sides of the border. New Full Command View will allow unprecedented precision in developing and issuing tactical plans on the battlefield Vastly Improved Artificial Intelligence (AI) - Watch your back as rebels send their own team members to flank your position or gain vantage points by utilizing vertical gameplay to pick you off from the rooftops above
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If you're looking for a true tactical shooter without all the extreme micromanaging of the old Rainbow Six games and more depth than the more recent "tactical shooter" titles, you can't go wrong here. Mods exist for the game as well, but not nearly to the extent as other games. Mostly fixes and additional weapons
Unfortunately, the multiplayer component is offline permanently, and there is no available workaround at the moment. LAN mode may still work, but unconfirmed.
Windows 7 home premium
Really disappointing and I have no what of getting my money back.
I bought this game through amazon from a store name [...] on dec 24 and got the game jan 8, that's a clear 2 weeks. i have to wonder if the store is really in the USA, cause it's seems like they are based in Africa or somewhere in Asia for the game to have taken this long to get to me lol. I bought two other games from different sellers when i bought this game right here at amazon and they were about the same distance as this seller from me and i got those games long before this one got to me. I wonder if they had to recased it or something which would take up the take to get it off to me quickly lol.
Ok all shipping and game crashing complaints and or/jokes aside (and yes i did update all drivers and patches to no avail) this is really a nice game.
[...] if u read this review i must say that while i didn't like the time it took for this to get to me i will commend your store for the simple fact that u sold this game at a great price (less than $10) which is what i intend to pay for games. if u continue to sell at these prices i will continue to buy.
I have no complaints on the games graphics, story or AI. The interfaces are easy to use and there is plenty of action to keep you interested. I don't think the replay value is much because the enemy seems to respawn in the same area everytime but its only a ten dollar game so if you only play it once you will get your moneys worth.
The deal breaker for GRAW2 is the way in which your teammates interpret their orders based on the game design. How the programmers came up with a basically good method of given orders to your team while in-game was sufficient but then they killed it with a bizarre choice.
Basically, you move the mouse around and give orders to the team or individual team members like Move, Use or Attack and they carry out their orders to the best of their limited AI intelligence will allow. However and this is the kicker; You have to set them on Recon or Assault Mode. In Recon mode they creep around with silenced weapons and dont shoot anyone. In Assault mode, they RUN blindly around and never take cover behind anything. The most absurd command is "Cover that" This would seem usefull, you tell a member to cover a particular direction while the rest of the team moves forward in case an enemy shows up, which does happen from time to time. The problem is the team member will only use silenced weapons or he wont shoot at all unless fired upon. If you have the same team member in Assault mode and tell him to "Cover that", he will empty his weapon into NOTHING!!. He just fires wildly in the general direction you told him until his weapon is dry. The manual claims this is to simulate "suppressive fire" but with the same number of mouse clicks I could have told him to "Attack" and he would actually accomplished something.
For some this might be a small thing but I think it ruins any attempt at playing the game realistically. You cant move by bounding overwatch with the commands used as they are. Of course, its hard to play realistically anyway since your four soldiers are constantly having to run at break neck speeds to bail a much larger force out of trouble.
Its a shame because it really could have been a good game.
Little details such as the AI's ability to duck out of sight after shooting and the rebels shouting "Grenada!" and diving for cover when you throw a fragmentation grenade near them make this easily one of the best games I've ever played.
the vast array of weaponry, from the Glock 18 to a shoulder-launched missile, allows you to find the perfect weapon for any situation and utilize it with deadly precision.
I would recommend this game to anyone who likes the adrenalin and triumph of a fairly realistic wargame, especially if you don't need the spraying, gushing blood effects used by so many of the more modern games.