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Rainbow Six – Vegas 2 Game Review

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This tactical shooting video game RSV2 is the ninth in the Rainbow Six series. It is a sequel to Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas. March 18, 2008 marked the United States release for the Xbox and PS3 systems. It was then released in Europe on March 20, 2008, excluding Germany where the release was delayed. The windows version did not come out until April 15, 2008 and Japan finally got its hands on this hot game April 24, 2008.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 includes 10 new close-quarter maps, two new adversarial modes, a better rewards system, and an improved online matchmaking, (according to Ubisoft). In the experience point system (XP) the player gains XP with every kill and promotes players earning them new equipment. Players can receive bonuses through the A.C.E.S. combat system by reaching goals, killing opponents using various methods. This is much like to single-player co-op modes.

Settings:

This game begins in beautiful Pic des Pyr ne s, France and then quickly advances five years forward to the year 2010 and takes to the lovely Las Vegas, located in the United States of America. Players arrive in Vegas the same day of Logan Keller’s arrival to Las Vegas in Rainbow Six: Vegas. In Vegas, terrorists have taken control and driven panic in the public as well as throughout the local law enforcement, National Security, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Rainbow and even the local SWAT team. Further in the game players will be taken to various places such as Nevada and more.

Characters:

– Bishop

This character is the main protagonist. Players control Bishop throughout the games events. The appearance can vary according to the choices made by the player. Bishop is a high-ranking veteran of the Rainbow Organization is referred to as “Sir” throughout the game.

– Knight

Knight can accompany Bishop on missions when co-op is enabled. This players appearance can also vary depending on the player chooses for them work.

– Gabriel Nowak

Nowak is the main antagonist in the game. (This means the main bad guy people) He is a former Rainbow operative who was revealed as a mole in Rainbow Six: Vegas. He is definitely someone to watch out for.

– Logan Keller

Keller was the main protagonist in Rainbow Six: Vegas. His character is seen in the first level of the game. Keller has an alarming sense of Close Quarters Combat, and is able to analyze hostage situation realistically and can eliminate opposition accurately.

Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 has received many positive reviews from critics with the Xbox 360 receiving an 85% score based on 18 reviews on Game Rankings and a score of 84% based on 24 reviews on Metacritic. The main criticisms for this game have been that the game is quite similar to first and some issues on the framerate on the PS3 version.

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Submitted On April 15, 2009Video Game ReviewsTom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 includes 10 new close-quarter maps, two new adversarial modes, a better rewards system, and an improved online matchmaking, (according to Ubisoft). In the experience point system (XP) the player gains XP with every…xbox; ps2; ps3; rainbow vegas, vegas, game review

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