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Rainbow Six Vegas (PSP)

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Genre: Shooter / Rating: T - (Teen) / Published by: Ubi Soft Entertainment

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      07.11.2008 18:37



      A rubbish game that is only for hardcore fans.

      I borrowed this game from a friend before I deceided to take the plunge and buy it. I am glad I did, as the game isn't very good at all and is rubbish. It has many problems, and the game is very boring.

      The graphics are really rubbish and look terrible with almost no detail at all. The game has lots of slowdown and the controls don't register very well. The sound is very good.

      You start in Las Vegas and try to help a anti-terrorist team. Al the levels look the same and you will be very bored after the first couple of missions. This ruins the game and makes the game have almost no replay value.

      You get to use lots of cover but the enemies are very hard to kill. The enemies are rubbish, they will jump out of their cover and allow you to shoot them.

      The game is very hard and will be very challenging for the casual gamer.

      The game has some bad controls and the slowdown in the game also ruins it.

      The online mode is good but contains lots of lag and nobody plays it anymore so it is hard to get a game.

      Overall, the game is good but not one of the best on the system.


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    The stakes are high when the world's most elite counter-terrorism unit enters Las Vegas, where over 36.7 million men, women and children visit each year. Sin City, the home of the famous Las Vegas Strip, flashy hotels, high-rolling casinos and world-famous celebrities, becomes the setting for a terrorist threat of global proportions. What happens when one of the world's most famous cities is held hostage by terrorists?

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