Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six

Added on 12/01/2003
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Kgopotso
02/28/2015

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 5

Its very much great for a war-cop-affirmative action game....
I loved it

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reaverto
12/09/2004

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 4

Graphically weak but adequate. What puts this game over the top is the concept itself, forcing the player to plan ahead and use his/her brain. Definitely one of the most innovative of it's time.

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Yorthan
04/13/2004

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3

Seemed like it could be a good game, but I just found it to have too high of a learning curve. *shrug*

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Lord Luzifer
02/24/2002

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 4

on my opinion the game is too easy. it's great because you actually need to plan your steps carefully, you definetly can't just charge into a room, and the situations are greatbecause they force you to use diffrent strategies, but in general the enemies are too easy to kill. i like the news thing though, maybe rouge spear is better, i don't know, but this game was too easy for me. baisicly it's a good game though, i really recommend you to read the novel, it's one of my favorite books.

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parata
11/15/2000

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 5

A well designed game for the person who wants to put time and thought in it. Requires precise planning and specific personnel choices for different tactics and mission specification. The only downfall is that in some levels the game can play itself.

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umma6039om
04/16/2000

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 5

Rainbow Six and its sequel, Rogue Spear, will redefine your attitudes on the increasingly hackneyed first-person shooter genre. What removes it from the tired mayhem of games such as Quake and Unreal Tournament is its deliberate pace. You must carefully plan your attack, and then carry it out by systematically clearing the enemy from rooms and spaces. The graphics engine add to the realism, along with the wide-range of weapons and accessories, expecially in Rogue Spear. All this, and a rather entertaining plot-line, not surprising since these games are put out by accomplished thriller author Tom Clancy. Plus, the game really shines in multiplayer, where the games tend to be more varied than the endless, brainless meelee of the Quake set. Also recommended: Swat 3 from Sierra.

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