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Title: Posted: March 05, 2007 (06:53 PM)
I beat Rainbow Six Vegas, which turned out to be one of the best games I've ever played in my life, even if it was very challenging to a tactical-newbie. Just you wait for the HOT NEW REVIEW from asherdeus. Splinter Cell: Double Agent and Scarface are coming from GameFly soon, so I'm going to work on those. I've never been a huge fan of the Splinter Cell games, but after beating Vegas, I thought about giving Tom Clancy another chance. For some reason, I'm also interested in Medal of Honor Heroes for the PSP, even though I hear it's terrible. I'm chugging through Medal of Honor: Spearhead (a PC expansion to Medal of Honor: Allied Assault) and enjoying it, but I don't think I can tolerate a PSP FPS.
I also have bronchitis, which is probably one of the worst things I've ever suffered.
User: Genj Title: Posted: March 05, 2007 (09:40 PM)
Get better . . . OR ELSE!
User: Halon Title: Posted: March 06, 2007 (08:48 AM)
I had bronchitis twice, and yes, it sucks. Hope ya get better.
User: icehawk Title: Posted: March 06, 2007 (01:19 PM)
Bronchitis blows, get better soon.
As for rainbow six, I would never be able to review it. I loved the original, and this is just such a technically solid game. Yet, its probably because of how much I loved Gears of War, but the game just doesn't feel right. I literally played this right after I had played a lot of Gears, and the same intensity wasn't there. I just never got into it. Ahh well, I look forward to the review.
User: cheekylee Title: Posted: March 07, 2007 (03:34 PM)
My biggest problem with R6V is level 1. I mean, what the hell are they doing making me spend nearly three hours fighting my way through Mexico? All the way through, I kept thinking the same 2 things. "I want the casino action, man!" and "SURELY this is the end of the level now!"
Since completing the Border Town, I have not gone back. And, I am not sure why. R6V is easily the best Tom Clancy game I have played, and I did enjoy the long slog through Mexico, but obviously not enough. Perhaps it is just because I picked up both Gears of War and Lost Planet since then...
User: asherdeus Title: Posted: March 07, 2007 (05:57 PM)
It took you that long to get through Mexico? I think that section took me maybe an hour, an hour and a half, with retries. I actually heard that level got a lot of flak, but as for setting the story, creating an atmosphere, developing some tension, and working you into the setting.
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