Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Mission Pack: Desert Siege - PC

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Note: This expansion pack requires the full version of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon.
East Africa, 2009. A 60-year conflict boils over as Ethiopia invades its smaller neighbor Eritrea, threatening the world's most vital shipping lanes in the Red Sea. An elite team of U.S. Army Green Berets, known as the Ghosts, moves in to safeguard the seas and free Eritrea. As the war rages on, the Ghosts are drawn from Eritrea's shores to the heart of Ethiopia in their deadliest battles yet.

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ASIN B00005YXC6
Release date March 27, 2002
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3.9 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.2 x 1.2 inches
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By A Customer on April 1, 2002
I bought Ghost Recon when it first came out. I looked at the back of the box, and figured I would take a shot (an expensive one) at this being a good game. I was VERY happy I did. Ghost Recon is the BEST military game EVER made. The only problem with it was that it's too short. The additional 8 missions are well worth the price. There are also some cool new weapons. The scene is the Desert, instead of country side like in the original. If you own Ghost Recon, I reccomend this expansion pack. If you don't own it, buy them together, it's winning combination.
Note: You will NEED the first Ghost Recon to run this game.
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Ghost Recon: Desert Siege, the new explosive action-packed expansion for the hit PC game of the year, Ghost Recon. Desert Siege, in my opinion, is a truly action-packed add-on that has nerve-wreaking game play, breath-taking graphics, and electrifying multi-player that allows you to wreak havoc on enemies. In Desert Siege, the storyline is the same, except the conflict between countries is now in Africa. When things tend to get out of hand, that's when the highly trained green berets, known as "The Ghosts", are sent out to help control extreme situations. When the U.S. sends out The Ghosts to deal with the conflict in Africa, you are forced to learn new strategies in a whole new place, the deserts! In Desert Siege, there are a lot of goodies added in this explosive expansion pack. Desert Siege now, has improved graphics, 9 new weapons, 8 new single-player missions, 5 new multi-player maps, improved enemy and friendly A.I., and of course, more obstacles containing vehicles, rocks, tents, etc. This is exactly what makes Desert Siege an exciting, nerve-wreaking, breath-taking game experience. Trust me, if you want to get a game, then get a game, but if you want to experience full-fledged excitement and danger, get Desert Siege.
NOTE: Requires full version of Ghost Recon to play Ghost Recon: Desert Siege!
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Ghost Recon, probably the most realistic PC FP war game ever released, just got a great add-on for a great price. Desert Siege adds much more to the gameplay then usual mission packs, and for this price you would be foolish not to get it.
I almost exclusively play multiplayer on UBI's gaming network or over my IP. This being said, its a fair statement to say that this mission pack adds an entire new world to the online gaming experience. Not only are there many new single player maps available, but also several multiplayer maps just begging for modern combat. Heck, I would have paid just for the multiplayer maps and the new 'Siege' option while in multiplayer.
Siege allows you to be on the defensive or offensive squad with the goal of capturing a marked location or defending it. This is great fun, especially with max realism and no respawns because you can picture yourself going for the objective on the map as if it were assigned to you in real life...
I dont need to go on. If you liked (or in my case, love Ghost Recon), buy this pack. Support Red Storm and be ready for an amazing fun factor with this expansion!
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This last chapter of the Ghost Recon series was all I had hoped for. New characters, new weapons, and new scenery to explore. I only wish someone would pick up the torch and continue the series, which I would purchase in a heartbeat.

There are a few good modifications out there such as my favorite, the Barrett Weapons Mod, which take the game to a whole new level. Most of these mods are available as free downloads on the Ghost Recon website. Taking out a terrorist at about half a mile away, in the desert, with a Barrett .50 cal is very addictive!

If you enjoyed the first two Ghost Recon games, then you will really like Desert Siege.
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It's been a long time since I have played Ghost Recon, the first game, and I was excited to penetrate into these new levels--only 8 missions, about 5 new levels, I believe--but that's all you get for something intriguing. Nothing new here except for the levels. But is that a problem?? No, not at all.
The levels are all situated in the day for the most part on hot desert lands with the sun beating down as always, and there is a level settled in the nighttime. Textures for these levels are pretty good, I must say; nicely planned out, interesting, with nice camouflage-like physical features, such as dense shrubbery, bushes, rivers, etc. Surprisingly though, there is nice topography, with mountains for good sniping and for some difficult moments. On the other hand, in quick mission mode, you are given about 15 or so of new and old levels for enjoyment and value. I must admit that I was motivated to play those levels just for complete enjoyment and entertainment.
Gameplay is usual and peculiar in some ways. When you unlock the 7th or 8th level in campaign mode, the specialist fighters don't have any new, powerful weapons, like in Ghost Recon (orig)--not even that; you don't even have the possibility of seeing some of the state-of-the-art weaponry of these specialists.....Oh, and you don't unlock any specialists in quick mission mode, which, I think, decreased the value of the game. The artificial intelligence is not better, absolutely not. They get stuck sometimes in hallways, and worst of all, your partner, sometimes, doesn't follow you...and if you need back up, you must go back and give him the message for him to follow you.
Sound is worse. Redstorm seems like they got the music and some of the sounds off of Kazaa--or worse quality type audio; it's a little fuzzy.
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