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Rainbow Six Vegas Member Review for the Xbox360

AngelofDeath3030 By:
AngelofDeath3030
01/25/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE First-Person Shooter 
PLAYERS 1- 16 
PUBLISHER Ubisoft 
DEVELOPER Ubisoft Montreal 
RELEASE DATE  
M What do these ratings mean?

Rainbow Six. Just the name tells you this game will be good. If you have played any of the past titles then your going to have to play this one. Lets start with gameplay

Gameplay: O-boy is it fun. In Rainbow Six 3 they allowed you to lean which added a bit of stragedy to the battlefield. In Rainbow Six Vegas, it gets even better. They took a page from the book Gears of War and started allowing you to cling to walls and lean out from the walls and free fire from courners. This adds so much to the game its hard to list them all. It gives you better vision better mobility and leaning against walls and other objects really makes the level feel reall. When your character goes up against a wall it makes that wall feel in place. The shooting has also been improved. Very realistic very smooth. The Gameplay gets a 9/10. Only bad thing is you cannot melee attack up close. There have been times when the AI would rush me and i could target them fast enough with my gun.

Single Player: The single player is a pretty good campaign. You start out on the streets with a bunch of crazy mexican druglords. The AI is pretty good. They use stragedy. They stick to cover. And the game does a reall good job of introducing you to the controls. I thought it was really smooth. The story itself is lacking. The usuall terrorists plot seen in many Tom Clancey games. But it will keep you playing. 8/10 for single player.

Multiplayer: OMG this game has the most awesome multiplayer on the 360 I have seen to date. The people are great at using team tactics. Ecpecially on terrorists hunt. I have made alot of good allies on there. Chatting with your fellow teamates while going into a room full of enemy's that are just waiting to shoot you down is truly a great experience. There are alot of modes for multiplayer from Co-Op story mission, to Terrorists Hunt, to Deathmatch's, TDM, there is a king of the hill type match. Also there are ranks, that when you acomplish or win the rounds you will receive points that better your rank which adds for guns and clothes. THey did a great job of balancing the weapons in this game so you wont worry about there being a super weapon some high rank has. They really put alot of effort into this game and it shows. 10/10 for multipler.

Graphics: Well, whats there to say, this is Next Gen all the way. There was no slacking done while creating this game. Superb in everyway. In multiplayer when people talk the mouths move, its awesome. 10/10.

finaly review is Id give this game a A- simply because no game is perfect. This one has just a few flaws of AI issues and very minimum graphic glitchs.


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