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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon

3.9 out of 5 stars 60 customer reviews
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  • Progress through 30 missions of high intensity combat, tactical infiltration and WOW moments, from the villages of Norway to the streets of Moscow!
  • Two players in 3rd person on one screen make the experience more natural, more intuitive and more social than ever!
  • Friends can hop in and out of co-op at-will, with the AI taking over as needed.
  • Play in competitive or cooperative arcade mode and see who gets the highest score among your friends and on the leader boards.
  • Play with iconic characters from the Tom Clancy's series: Splinter Cell, Rainbow Six, and Ghost Recon.

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Product Description

After being recruited by the Ghosts in Norway, Hibbard and Booth are inserted in Moscow with the Bravo team. When events don't go as planned, Bravo team is ambushed and separated from the rest of their team. Operating as a two-man team and relying on the intel of the local militia, Hibbard and Booth must fight their way to their target in a city infested with enemies. With the numbers clearly not in their favor, they will have to use their advanced weaponry and training to ensure that the odds are not.

Product Information

ASIN B0037M2SOY
Release date November 16, 2010
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3.9 out of 5 stars 60 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #17,501 in videogames
#710 in Video Games > Wii > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches
Media: Video Game
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As long as you know it's a Ghost Recon game in title only, you'll have a great time with this exclusive on-rails shooter. The graphics are pretty good, there's two player co-op, and it's great for quick bouts of arcade style shooter action. I had a great time with Ghost Recon.
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The IGN Wii review is totally wrong.

This is game rocks. It's a unique, innovative twist on rails shooter. The game combines Time Crisis, Metal Gear Solid, and Gears of War. It even has "bullet time" where you can slow down time similar to Call of Duty.

The game is NOT easy. It's starts out simple, but progressively gets more difficult. I spent 30 min. (on easy) just trying to pass one of the Silent Stealth corners, not the level, just pass the enemies. This reminded me of Metal Gear because you have to find out how to shoot the enemies in the right pattern.

It has different levels for campaign and arcade. Different weapons- Bazooka, M50, pistol, MP5 + more. It's all on on-rails (which means you can't control movement) but, it's just as fun when you're blasting away from a tank or from a droid robot. To anyone who complains about on-rails --> That's what the genre is! Not everyone likes FPS.

The graphics are good for a Wii game and I vary rarely encountered any frame stutter. The game designer did a great job balancing the action, strategy, and skill required to pass all the levels. I'm a 30 yo. electrical engineer and I had fun playing this game with my 10 yo nephew.

I was very hesitant on getting it because of the IGN review, but this game is pretty good. I'm sure if there was an HD equivalent on-rails shooter then all the XBOX, PS3 heads would be talking about how fun the game is.

The game is Wii Zapper compatible.
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Great game, very innovative for a rail shooter. Its a heck of alot more fun than dead space extraction. Even thought the graphics aren't the best on the wii, they are good. Anyone can pick up and play. Not too short not too long just right for a shooter. I dont like the stealth missions though, I just want to shoot everything!! Great fun and I really enjoyed it.
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This game was before it's time. I had played the game when it came out but the graphics look so under made to a point that I couldn't finish it. I call myself purchasing it for the PC but click on the Wii software. I downloaded it from steam and installed it on my power PC and the game is just way better. This Is One Great Game. I'll sell the we game because I'm not a console person.
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It is arcade feeling because you can't wander around the levels freely, you have to go on a set path, but you can move up and back at your own pace (except when the level gives you a timer for some spots).
You MUST play co-op. It is way more fun with co-op: I got this and tried playing through it on my own and got stuck only a couple times, but never got into it enough to beat it. Then my brother came over for a long weekend and we beat it twice! It is a very fun game if you have someone who will play it with you.
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A really fun two-player game. I bought this for my 10 year old nephew at Christmas. We play it together and he really enjoys the teamwork aspect. He loves charging forward to the next hiding spot while I stay back and cover him. My nephew doesn't enjoy playing it in single player, but I expected that based upon other reviews. The selection of weapons seems sparse, so it leaves little for him to explore alone.

The controls for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon are very good. The cursor responds quickly to movement from the Wiimote camera, while a similarly themed game (a Toy Story carnival shooter) has a cursor which lags behind the motion of the Wiimote. We don't have the gun adapter and just use the Wiimote and Nunchuck.

For parents, there is no blood and the targets simply flash a few times before being removed from the screen. The worst part of this game is the fact that it CONSTANTLY says "Reloading" over the speakers. For the casual observer this gets really annoying, so make sure the volume is turned down.

If you're an adult looking for a fun shooter game to play with a 10-13 year old boy, or if you have two boys who like playing games together, then this should be a good choice.
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After playing through Ghost Recon, I tend to think the IGN review of the game is a little unfair. It isn't the worst game ever made, or even the worst game of recent memory. What is particular insulting though is that with Goldeneye, Epic Mickey and DK Returns all on the Christmas season list, this budget on rails shooter thinks it can cash in on its name to steal your 50 bucks.

The story, as is often the case with Clancy games, is near future garbage. "Ultra-nationalists" have reinstituted the USSR and then invaded Norway of all places. Your team of two (either you and com, or you and friend) are charged with killing thousands of bad guys with your unlimited bullets. The end.

Gameplay itself is plenty interesting and amusing in small doses, but it really isn't much you haven't seen before. Your guy moves to cover with his partner and you press Z to peek out and then B to unleash your bullets. Yes, it is Time Crisis, except in the third person. Sadly for our heroes, the enemies are made of strong stuff; 10 shots to take down a single unarmored enemy? Not uncommon.

The main thing that distinguishes this game is the ability to move from cover to cover. If another cover is available, you can point at a chevron on the screen and press A to move to it. While moving you can continue to shoot or you can shake the remote to slide into cover. Certain marked covers will also give you a bullet time capability or a health pack. That's pretty much the whole game. Cover, Cover kill.

You also have your predictable on rails sections when you control a mounted machine gun be it a turret or a vehicle mounted gun. These play like every other one of these section in every game made since Medal of Honor.

On the original Playstation.
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