• Rainbow Six: Vegas: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Rainbow Six: Vegas: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Rainbow Six: Vegas: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Rainbow Six: Vegas: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Rainbow Six: Vegas: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Rainbow Six: Vegas: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Rainbow Six: Vegas: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Rainbow Six: Vegas: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Rainbow Six: Vegas: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Rainbow Six: Vegas: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Rainbow Six: Vegas: Screen zum Spiel.
  • Rainbow Six: Vegas: Screen zum Spiel.

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9,99€
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  • Plattform: PC
  • Release: 16.12.2006
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Über das Spiel

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas ist das fünfte Spiel der Rainbow Six-Serie. Es wurde von Ubisoft Montreal entwickelt und ist am 21. November 2006 für Xbox 360, am 12. Dezember 2006 für den PC und am 29. Juni 2007 für Playstation 3 beim Publisher Ubisoft veröffentlicht worden. Erstmals erhält ein Spiel der Reihe von der USK die Alterseinstufung ab 18 Jahren.

Als erstes Spiel der Serie übernimmt der Spieler nicht die Rolle des Domingo Chavez, sondern die des Logan Kellers, dem Teamführers eines neu zusammengestellten Teams. Das neue Team Rainbow - bestehend aus Teamführer Logan Keller, Sprengstoffexperte Michael Walter und Aufklärungsexperte Jung Park - befreit Las Vegas von gefährlichen Terroristen, die im Begriff sind die Stadt zu zerstören. Zum ersten mal ist es möglich seine zwei Mitstreiter zu heilen, sowie selbst aus der Deckung heraus zu feuern. Die schlechte Umsetzung des Multiplayers für den PC sorgte jedoch für Unmut innerhalb der Community.[2] Für die Konsolenversion erschien vorab eine Demo. Später folgten weitere kostenpflichte Karten zum herunterladen. Dies änderte sich mit dem zweiten Mappack: Alle Maps wurden kostenfrei verteilt, und es sollte eine Gutschrift erfolgen. Die Maps sind auch seit dem Patch 1.05 für die PC Version erhältlich.

Das Spielprinzip ist vergleichbar mit demjenigen von Rainbow Six Lockdown. Hier entfällt ebenfalls die Planungsphase und das Team Management. Der Spieler wird Direkt per Helikopter zum Einsatzort geflogen, um dort serientypisch diverse Terroristen auszuschalten und Geiseln zu befreien. Der Spieler hat nun die Möglichkeit, seinen 2 Teamkollegen direkt per Knopfdruck Befehle zu erteilen und sie bei Verletzungen zu heilen. Das Feuern aus der Deckung bietet zudem zusätzlichen Schutz und ermöglicht es dem Spieler, um Ecken zu spähen.

Das Rainbow-Team muss zunächst nach Mexiko und trifft dort auf die international gesuchte Terroristin Irena Morales. Diese plant mehrere Terroranschläge auf die amerikanische Spielermetropole Las Vegas. Also macht sich das Team auf den Weg nach Las Vegas, wo bereits mehrere Kasinos von Irenas Terroristen attackiert wurden. Der Spieler wird in verschiedene Kasinos und Restaurants (Calypso, Roter Lotus, Fremont Street, Vertigo Spire, Dante's Casino (derzeit im Bau) gebracht und muss dort Terroristen ausschalten, Geiseln befreien oder Bomben entschärfen, um die Lage in der Stadt zu entspannen. Der Showdown findet auf dem Nevada-Damm statt, den die Terroristen als Startrampe für eine Rakete benützen, die mit einer Mikropulsbombe beladen ist und welche sie auf die Stadt abschießen wollen. Der entführte Gabriel wird als Verräter entlarvt und das Spiel endet mit dem Schriftzug "Fortsetzung folgt...".

Das Spiel findet überwiegend in fiktiven Kasinos, die an Kasinos des realen Las Vegas angelehnt sind, statt. Im Spiel sind in Zwischensequenzen und Hubschrauberflügen zahlreiche reale Gebäude, wie zum Beispiel die Kasinos Bellagio und Luxor, zu sehen, die allerdings nicht begehbar sind. Die einzigen begehbaren Schauplätze aus dem realen Las Vegas sind der Hoover-Staudamm, der Strip und die Fremont Street, wobei die Namen der anliegenden Kasinos hier geändert wurden. (Wikipedia - de)

Systemanforderungen

  • CPU: 3 GHz Pentium 4 oder AMD Athlon 3000 (3,5 GHz Pentium 4 oder Athlon 3500 wird empfohlen)
  • GFX: 128 MB DirectX 9.0c-komatibel, Shader 3.0-fähige Grafikkarte (256MB empfohlen) (siehe Liste der unterstützen Karten*)
  • RAM: 1 GB (2 GB empfohlen)
  • Software: Windows XP (ausschließlich)
  • HD: 7 GB freier Speicherplatz
  • SFX: DirectX 9-kompatible Soundkarte (Dolby Digital Live benötigt für Dolby-Digital-Audio)
  • DX: DirectX 9 oder höher
  • INET: Hochgeschwindigkeits-Internetverbindung mit 128 kbps Upstream
  • Peripherie: Windows-kompatible Maus und Tastatur, Xbox-360-Controller (nur mit zusätzlicher herunterladbarer Software)
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[h1]DISCLAIMER[/h1]
The review you are about to read is based on my own experience with the game, my judgment, and the rating system! No third party has impacted anything said in this review. This review is also 100% spoiler-free, so you don't need to worry about that either.

[h1]Gameplay and Interaction (16 out of 20)[/h1]
Rainbow Six: Vegas takes the Rainbow Six gameplay refinement to another level. For its time, it's one of the best shooter experiences by a mile, and it sure doesn't ever get old. I never truly gave the real chance to the first Vegas game, and coming from a newer - Vegas 2 - installment to this one, I can see a few limitations that are drawing this one back when compared to its successor - which is one of my favorite games of all time. While almost everything you see in Rainbow Six: Vegas is carried over to its successor (and also improved), there are a few things that are missing. No sprint is a big one since I'm used to fast-switching between corners in the second Vegas game. The lack of a progression system that was introduced in the second Vegas game is something that bothered me while playing this one. One thing is for sure, this game paved the way for the second installment where I've spent a good two thousand hours playing the terrorist hunt mode back in the day on my retail version. Interaction is as good as you can expect from a Rainbow Six game. It doesn't feature classic Rainbow Six gameplay, but rather a (new) very refined one when compared to previous Rainbow Six games. There are a couple of gameplay mechanics that new players need to get used to fully dominate the opponents, that is if they're coming from an older Rainbow Six game to this one - marathon playthrough players for example. There's also no pre-planning like in previous Rainbow Six games - which might be frustrating for the veterans of the franchise. But, there are a ton of new things that are making up for the lack of pre-planning segment. While an FOV slider would be useful, it's not a deal-breaker since I do not remember a ton of games from the early 2000s that had this option at all.

[h1]Graphics and Sound Quality (16 out of 20)[/h1]
As far as the graphics and sound quality goes, the quality of the graphics and the sound quality are as good as you'd expect from the game of its era which utilized the full potential of the consoles at the time. It for sure pushed boundaries of what was possible back in the day, but it still looks decent today. People should not mind the graphics quality stuff that much anyway, but in the end, there are a ton of people that do not want to play a specific game just because the graphics are bad. The developers managed to accompany the game's setting with a nice and (at times) very intensive piece of the score/soundtrack which only immerses you even more into the experience. While the voice acting isn't as good as it could've been, it will do the job for a single or even multiple playthroughs. The rest of the sound effects are great as well.

[h1]Performance and Optimization (18 out of 20)[/h1]
As far as the performance is considered, anything modern runs the game just fine. It's capped at 152FPS and going beyond that will break the physics and the rest of stuff closely tied to the framerate. I feel like 152FPS is more than enough even for people that are running high-refresh rate monitors. Also, Rainbow Six: Vegas runs smoothly without a single hitch, which can't be said for most games from the past.

[h1]Story and Content Value (12 out of 20)[/h1]
The story is just over five hours long, and since the progression system was only introduced in the Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 - there's not much replayability value. Don't let the slow start of the story trick you into thinking that there's not a lot of action - there's a ton action later on! The first few levels are designed to introduce you to the new gameplay mechanics. The tutorial is most definitely the worst part of it all since it doesn't even remotely show (or demonstrate) you what is possible in this game. You (as a player) will need to understand and experiment with everything this game offers you on your own. There is, however, terrorist hunt game mode which also was included in Rainbow Six: Vegas 2. I'd only recommend the first Vegas for the story, and nothing else. Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 still has a healthy player base and you'll always find someone to play the story mode and/or terrorist hunt mode with. This one is just worth it for the story stuff. Most terrorist hunt maps are included in Vegas 2 as well, so you're not missing much in that regard.

[h1]Animations and Movement Controls (14 out of 20)[/h1]
While the animations of the characters are as smooth as they can get, the movement controls sometimes just don't match what the player inputs. More often than not, while pressing the right mouse button you'll find your character enter the cover you did not intend to. This can be frustrating at times, but it's nothing major that can't be dealt with for the five hours you'll find yourself playing the game anyway.

[h1]Final Score and Conclusion (80 out of 100)[/h1]
Rainbow Six: Vegas provides the fans of the franchise with a more refined gameplay experience while lacking some stuff that could've made this the ultimate Rainbow Six game. However, its successor - Vegas 2 - does iron out everything that is wrong with the first one. This game should only be played for the five hours long story mode, and nothing else. I highly recommend it for the story mode, as it's linked with the second Vegas installment, but other than that - there's not much worth in it.
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game servers no longer exist for coop. Steam support, put up a warning!
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Verfasst: 11.01.20 21:36
eh... I loved this when it came out way long ago. This game did not age well at all. The game looks like someone smeared vasoline all over the camera. It's blurry as hell. you have to click again to unzoom... bunch of annoying little nit picks. Honestly it wasn't worth the few bucks I spent on it
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Verfasst: 01.01.20 06:53
Finally finished the game.

Found it pretty hard to play and the game does not age really well.

However, the game is very challenging due to AI not performing really well. Tasked 2 soldiers to a specific sheltered location and enemy still pass through and killed my ally.

Was pretty amused that I tried using Q to turn the head and end out throwing grenade to kill myself.

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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas is a tactical shooter. This means if you are being under fire, you will go down fast. Using the lean feature and your friendly AI in a smart manner is key in this game. Also, I'd like to tell you more about the story, but we all know about the rule what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.

pros
+ gunplay
+ amount of weapons and weapon modifications
+ no cutscenes that break the flow apart from start and end chopper scenes
+ graphics
+ performance
+ memorable scenes

cons
- forced toggle aim
- dumb friendly AI
- low FOV
- getting hit makes your screen blurry instead of the usual red lines
- too much bloom

[h1]Verdict[/h1]
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas is a strong tactical shooter. However, since Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2 is the refined version, I would recommend to check out Vegas 2 first. Only recommended to players on a nostalgia trip or to players who like tactical shooters.

Genre: tactical first-person shooter
Replay value: average
Rating: 7.25/10
Recommendation: Yes
Special endorsement: No
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For some this is the best single player iteration of the Rainbow Series and it is largely regarded as a 'classic' FPS. If great means letting someone spit on your spec ops visor and playing the game through the blur and glare of that, then you've arrived at FPS heaven.

That is my biggest complaint with Vegas; the graphics. The whole thing is far too over saturated, often making things in the fairly close distance remarkably blurred. This is frustrating and constant when playing. The photo screen grabs look lovely, but blurred and you think ….ahhh it's just a photo of some movement. No, it looks like that all the time, as though someone spat on your visor and you can't wipe it off.

Nevertheless it was a genius idea to site the game in Las Vegas, vibrant scenes and opportunity for weird room design lend itself gloriously to a cover shooter, which this is. There's lots of contextual cover, sofas, bars, slot machines and even games machines promoting Splinter Cell. Combine that with the dull back corridors, security rooms and stage prop rooms of each casino and you have a great, varied environment to play in.

You are a team of three Rainbow operatives. You control one of them and you can direct the other two. Have them be aggressive in fire or not; tell them to smoke grenade a room or blow the bloody doors off take your pick. Unlike some games where the comrades who accompany are irrelevant beyond atmosphere like a Battlefield, or CoD game, these fellas are pretty resilient and pretty useful. They will put themselves in the thick of the action and genuinely help kill the bad guys with you. And you do have to care about them as the game not only ends if you die but if one of them does too. If they are mortally wounded, and they will be if you use them as bullet sponges to get to grips with a room and its threats, then you have a set amount of time to get to them and revive them to continue the fight or it's game over.

There are often multiple entry points to a room which enables you to stack your team at one door with an entry command awaiting your 'go' instruction, whilst you arrange another entry point to create a diversion or a crossfire. The normal array of weapons are on show, shotguns, sniper rifles and machine guns...each have their uses from long open spaces to cramped winding corridors. All of this works very well and for those of you who have seen the game develop from RS:3 to here you will not be surprised to see the mechanics of the game have been stripped back to these bare essentials. Multiple entry points, cover shooting to progress and the use of a door snake to tag up to two priority targets. Beyond this there really isn't much of a skill development and the game can seem a little repetitive, but they manage to hold your interest quite well in a campaign through a variety of rooms and environments that are a pleasure to subdue. The whole thing might take about 20 hours if not rushed.

The enemy AI is pretty good. If you stay in one place they will both try to swarm and flank you ensuring some frantic pace to the game at times and a requirement to keep moving and notching kills to give yourself space. As became popular at this time, the health system is a self regenerating system, meaning that single enemies, even surprise ones round a corner, if you are careless enough to walk into one, rarely present a one shot threat to you, but movement, switching position after firing, strafing and all the usual, expected tropes of play are required. Shots received sap not just your health bar but also disrupt your vision making survival in firefights even harder if hit.

The sound effects are good, but the weapons don't really feel different, they just deliver different kinds of damage. The music is fairly minimal and does not really add to things the way it does in Spec Ops: The Line for example. And that's a good comparison for this game. Like Vegas, that is a cover shooter in similar style. Vegas isn't quite as good as that, doesn't look as good, is four years older than that and yet retails at more than double the price of Spec Op: The Line on Steam.

Still Rainbow Six: Vegas is a good game, not as brilliant as it may have been on release, but good enough to play and available for about £8. Don't expect anything revolutionary and you probably won't talk much about it when it ends...but that probably describes your real time in Vegas as well I suppose?
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Verfasst: 19.01.20 01:03
One of my favorite fps game during my childhood and is just as good now in 2020. Graphics is still great even after 14 years.

The gun sounds, sounds powerfull, animations and story is great. The AI can sometimes be dumb, they ai can shoot you when facing away from you or have their weapon pointing down

The cover system is the main thing that makes the game awesome and unique. The feeling to take cover behind walls and suppress the enemy while your buddy run to the next room is amazing even today.

This game does not have the horrible gun sounds loop like Vegas 2 suffers from. Not for me anyway.

The game is more enjoyable with a friend.



pros

+Still good graphics. But its blurry and has some kind of a orange tint it feels like compared to vegas 2.
+Nostalgia
+gun sounds and gameplay
+terrorist hunt + friends = Hours of fun
+ 4 player story coop
+ have EAX sound support. If you have a Sound blaster sound card. Install Alchemy and enable EAX. Gives the sound more depth if that makes sense :)
+ nice locations and maps


Cons
-Michael and jung is not avaible in coop story and some of the dialoge and video feeds does not show up when playing. So it feels like you miss out from the story a bit. Dunno why they decided to do that.
- Blurry graphics and have some kind a orange tint. Use Reshade to get rid of that
- game becomes broken and unstable with fps over 60 (kinda expected when its over 10 years old)

Other than that. If you wanna play one of the last and real Rainbow Six game. Then buy it. Buy the bundle so you get both games. The second one is even better :)
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Verfasst: 26.03.20 01:06
This is a bad coop game.

The coop portion of the game has been stripped down to the bone.
it has no cutscenes. it has no character dialogue. Both are present in the solo portion of the campaign.

This game has connection issues.
I have tried to connect to this games online many, many times. After failing to connect more than 15 times on two separate days, It finally connects. this was not my internet. Every other game worked fine. Upon joining my friend, I find more connection issues. Sometimes, when I shoot the enemies, I will see blood and the enemy will not die. I have emptied 31 shots directly into a man. My team mate asks me why I am aiming so high. On his screen I was flat out missing. On my screen I was spot on seeing blood. This is not me having a bad connection to my team mate. I lag in no other area of the game. It is only when I shoot someone and he takes no damage that I blame the connections or server issues.
This never happens to the host. I do not care how old this game is. Shooting someone, and seeing them visibly take damage only to not die and to kill you is frustrating.

After finishing the campaign in about 7 hours on hard mode, only to be greeted to a lack luster ending, I am very disappointed. RSV2 fixes everything in this review. Buy it instead if you are interested. Skip this game altogether if you only play coop.
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My game experience did indeed change during online play.
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A little glitchy in certain missions but overall good :)
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The development team deserves special praise for once again for guns with a sense of heft and kick. The weapon models look great, and they're particularly impressive in action. With immersive effects for iron sights and muzzle flash, and with hearty Hollywood gunshot sounds, there's a powerful you-are-there feeling. Worth buying during a steam sale.
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Verfasst: 20.03.20 20:15
Sometimes It's hard to believe this game came out in 2006. The graphics, despite being obviously dated, still hold up quite well. Unlike a lot of games from the mid-late 2000s, it uses a forward renderer, so standard antialiasing is possible to use, and the framerate is quite good even on somewhat older systems.

Using an early version of UE3, which I was very excited for, the texture and normal map resolution is quite good, and the overall art style holds up well. This was back when AGEIA PhysX was still a thing, so the game uses hardware physics acceleration and due to NVIDIA acquiring the PhysX technology years ago most NVIDIA cards can handle it. The ragdolls are pretty nice and they don't go through eachother like in some other games like Half-Life 2.

The biggest gripe I have is with the AI and scripting. The game does randomize enemy placement to an extent, although their spawns are still based quite a bit on trigger points. So once you've played enough it's easy to exploit the AI to trigger them, run to a safe location and slowly pick them off. Realistic difficulty doesn't do much more than turn every enemy into wallhackers with superhuman reflexes. They will kill you the exact millisecond they see you, but sometimes they'll also sit there and dance around confused while you take potshots at them.

The only real challenge for the harder difficulty is their inhuman reaction time and accuracy, they are actually quite stupid once you learn their behavior. Although it is cool to watch them talk to each other, hurling insults at both you and their teammates, and coordinating attacks. They will use suppressing fire and try to flank you. Sometimes they'll be real jerks and rush you when you start reloading.

This isn't really a complaint specific to Vegas, though. Ravenshield handled AI similarly where the harder difficulties equated to increased reaction speed and accuracy for enemies. It doesn't feel that fair, as a lot of times you die for reasons that don't have much to do with how well the enemies coordinated, but still when the game is fun, it's fun.

I mostly stick to Terrorist Hunt in single player mode. I'm sure multi is dead these days, and the story mode isn't interesting enough for more than one playthrough really. Overall I'd recommend the game. For the current sale price ($3.39 USD at the time I'm writing this) it's worth checking out.
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Verfasst: 17.03.20 12:26
The game will not start. The task manager is not accessible, the game freezes the computer and behaves quite captivating. I had to log off the user to stop the program and not reboot the whole system.
It also does not start in different compatibility modes. If you already offer such old programs with a lot of hype for sale, you as a responsible manufacturer should make sure that the games start at least on current systems. I didn't even expect great graphics. But that they will start. I'm very disappointed on a manufacturer that employs great coders in many countries of the world.
Urgent recommendation: do not buy it. Also not in sale
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Great visuals for a game of it's era and has easy controls you can remember easily. The game runs smoothly even on a potato PC and has good replayability
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Old but gold.
Yes I bought it for the nostalgia and I don't regret it, game has aged well imo.
Tired of how bullshit new FPS/TPS games have become? Buy this.
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3/5 Decent.
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classic
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Great game!
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great game i realy enjoyed it, even though it is old, the gameplay is fun and exiteing as well as an intressting and enjoyable story
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Just like vegas 2 this game is very nostalgic for me, terrorist hunt is still fun. Also controller support is there (use the same fix vegas 2 has).
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  • The multiplayer servers are discontinued despite a lack of warning on the store page.

The campaign itself is worth the price of admission. The story is straight-forward and not delivered with high production quality. However, the gameplay is smooth and the controls are intuitive, despite the game's age. The complaints about outdated an outdated game engine or graphics are ridiculous considering it is a 2006 game that looks no worse than playing most shooters on consoles today. Overall, this is the game that Lockdown tried to be, but it still falls short of the classic Gold Edition.
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Verfasst: 29.08.20 03:04
This steam version is broken for God's sake Ubisoft fix this game! This game feels slower than the sequel due to the lack of a sprint mechanic and there is way to much bloom! But this game has better maps for terrorist hunt and a better story and main Villian! However i'd still recommend the sequel it makes a bunch of improvements.
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Game does not have online support, dont buy it for the coop.
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pretty good
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A solid shooter with a wide variety of weapons to choose from.

The nice thing about this game is that you can choose your approach to a situation by issuing orders to breach a door or room a certain way like chucking a grenade/flashbang/smoke into a room.

It does suffer from some balancing issues late into the game where 1 or 2 bullets will take you or your team-mates out. It is even worse when you die right after choosing your loadout, causing you to interact with the weapon box again every single time.

Expect to die a lot.
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No Headbobbing.
No camera movement when reloading.
No camera movement when changing weapons.
A minor tweak to turn off bloom.
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Not bad!!!!Not bad!!!
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Verfasst: 24.12.20 05:20
I had originally played and completed this game back in 2011 and on this playthrough I've come to realize just how dated this game is, even compared to Vegas 2. The AI are much more aggressive and less forgiving than Vegas 2, the squad command system seems to work less often than in Vegas 2 and the gunplay seems to be more janky than Vegas 2. If you haven't played Vegas 2 then just know this: it plays like a squad shooter from 2002.

I can't really speak on the twist as I've played the game before but the signs of it coming are there so to some it may not come as a shock at all. If you intend on playing this after Vegas 2, I think the story is more satisfying and makes more sense. There are some discrepancies between characters though.

I'm also disappointed with the gun selection. There are no guns that fill the slot of DMR which forces you to use a restrictive sniper rifle or an inadequate assault rifle with a 6x scope. Furthermore, gun stats do not show the real stats of the guns and differ even more wildly than their counterparts in Vegas 2.

Overall, this game is a bit of a mess but it's a fun game so long as you take encounters slow and plan ahead a bit. It's a great indicator of how far games, especially in this genre, have come.
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To start off with, my 113 hours played on this game isn't including hundreds more hours I've put into the game on PS3. With all those hours, I've never fully played through the story mode. That's because this game has one of the most addictive and fun minigames of all time in terrorist hunt.

Terrorist hunt is all in the name, there's 19 maps (don't forget to download the DLC, its free!) where you have to hunt down a set number of terrorists and kill them. It's very difficult on realistic difficulty and high density, it'll take a long time to beat all of them your first time. Then there's even more replay value just trying to beat them faster and faster.

It's even more fun in co-op, but the ubisoft multiplayer servers have been down since the beginning of December 2020. There are alternatives in VLAN's like zerotierone, so it's still possible to play this game online with friends.

This isn't all to say the game is perfect, it definitely has some drawbacks. The story isn't the greatest, and as I said above it's kind of a pain to play with friends these days. The gunplay is unique, it doesn't feel like any other FPS I've ever played and it takes some getting used to, but once you get the hang of it, it's very fun.
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Release:16.12.2006 Genre:Taktik-Shooter Entwickler:Ubisoft Publisher:Ubisoft Engine:keine Infos Franchise:keine Infos
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