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It’s a very enjoyable game and the technical aspects of Raven Shield are to be commended. However, while the plot was more interesting than it has been in the past, the missions themselves are not. After Ghost Recon especially, we’re quite disappointed to feel the limitations of the tight, urban environments. IGI2 may have failed to impress but the idea of seamless transitions from outdoor to indoor areas is very alluring and may bring just enough variety to the combat to rekindle our love for Tom Clancy’s finest. At the moment, that love has cooled to a merely fine appreciation of what Rainbow Six does, but the spark has gone.
Command an elite, multinational squad of special operatives against a hidden terrorist foe. In Raven Shield, the third installment to the wildly popular Rainbow Six series, RAINBOW races against time to stop terror and unravel a mystery. In locations around the world, from London to the Caribbean to Rio de Janeiro, lead team RAINBOW in a desperate effort to battle a madman and foil his doomsday plot.
Fifteen all-new single-player missions, 6 dedicated multiplayer maps
Built on next-generation Unreal® technology for unequaled visual effects
Fifty-seven weapons with real-world accessories for endless customization
New multiplayer modes and rules for online play
Real-world tactics and methods from Mike Grasso, Senior Instructor for LAPD and LAPD Medal of Valor winner
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