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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier (Calssics)
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"Did Ubisoft make this game- Really/"
2 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

Ubisoft have been my staple in the world of video games. If it's Ubisoft, “just buy it”, has been my mantra. Why- Because they always deliver quality. Especially graphically…well, not this time. I have been looking forward to this game for a long time and have been a long-running fan of the series since its original conception. So where did it all go wrong- Well, to say the graphics are shocking would be an understatement. Splinter Cell Conviction…which is now 2 years old (another Ubisoft title) laughs out loud at the quality of this game. Assassin's Creed 2 even wants to jump from up high and embed a hidden dagger in a future soldiers back. Honestly, you will have to see it to believe it, but the graphics are so sub-par it's not even funny. The characters look ridiculous. The cut-scenes are stupid and don't progress the story at all. They will try to add some humour by having them act tough and mysterious around other soldiers, who don't seem to know who they are (ohhhh, the silent saviour, my hero) or add some human element to the story by having someone randomly phone their kid at his birthday party right after an intense mission while in a helicopter. It makes no sense, and serves the story nil. The story is lame to say the least. If you have played any first person shooter over the last 10 years…then you have already played these levels. The gameplay is poor and unfulfilling. They try to get you to mark out the enemies and do team takedowns. This is fine. Except that your team is expected to kill almost 75% of the enemies in the levels…and this is not really that funny. You can actually hover around in your drone marking all the enemies and executing the kill orders and make your way through entire levels without firing a shot. (Of course, you don't have to do this, but the game presents the best way of dealing with the situation, so why would you opt to not use what is at your disposal. The same could be said about the ridiculous camo-suits that make you almost invisible and have you walking through an African encampment during the middle of the day with enemies all around you. They have taken the ‘ghost’ in ghost recon to a whole new level. It's not fun though, you feel like the scenario is unbelievable. Why would you go in during the day when you could just as easily infiltrate the base at night. This game plays out more like a run-and-gun-shooter, but then plays against it's own nature by asking you to try and be stealthy. The game is also very easy to beat on veteran difficulty. Someone else here said something about dying all the time in their review. This only happens if you don't play the game the way it was intended to be played. You have to use your team and mark the enemies. You have to shoot from cover and try to be stealthy. Having said this, the last mission where you have to chase someone down with a time-limit, severely alters the game-mechanics that you have mastered over the last, lame, 11 levels – But can still be done with relative ease. I played the multiplayer. This is no big whoop either. Of course it's fun when you are playing cooperatively. But there are a bunch of games that already do this and are actually good games to boot. The fun comes from my friends online…not from what Ghost Recon is doing. Ultimately I would not buy this game. I have beaten it and am going to sell it now. I would recommend hiring it or waiting for it to drop in price before you play it. It isn't worth the money. Which brings me back to my opening statement. I thought this was a Ubisoft title- Now I'm not sure what to do with the next Ubisoft title. They clearly are not as reliable as they once were. But being a fan, I will give them the benefit of the doubt. They do have multiple production companies and for the record this game was produced by Ubisoft Paris…and my fav has always been Ubisoft Montreal…but if McDonald's can have global standards then really there is no excuse.

5 out of 9 people found this review helpful.
"American c**p" Purchased on Mighty Ape

just terrible, opening scene is 5 minutes of boring confined space and no plot, first gameplay is 20 seconds of watching A.I. do all the “fun stuff” and second scene is military officer declaring vendetta against a group that defended themselves, 3rd scene is ultimate frizby in my back yard and no that s not a waist of money cause a descent frizby is $20+ and T(his) C(rap) G(ets) R(eally) F(ricin) S(tupid) was $16 or something

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
"A good game, with good ideas but boring story line."
4 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

The game made a brilliant mix of stealth and combat, where in most cases if you made a mistake you would not have to restart the level. The ghost score giving you extra points for tactix and stealth was also a good idea. However that story line was rather poor with the tired old plot of Americans=goodies and Russians+terro­rists=badies. The characters were poorly created and easily forgetable. So a good game if you want a well put together stealth and shooter action game but just a lacking story.

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.


Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is a tactical shooter which drops players in the middle of a covert operations throughout Europe against fictional ultranationalist groups.

“…a superbly paced, thoughtful shooter that boasts a strong campaign and enjoyable multiplayer” 8.5/10 – IGN

  • You must use both individual skills with weaponry large and small, as well as be able to work with their fellow squad members to complete mission-based objectives.
  • The Ghosts pack the latest and best high-tech military equipment, inspired by actual prototypes designed for the Army through the Future Soldier 2030 Initiative.
  • Optical camouflage, making players virtually invisible, new support options via heavily armed ground and air combat drones
  • Multiplayer 8-on-8 action, Adversarial and Co-op modes that allow players to utilize rewards gained in Campaign mode.

Experience the Future of War
In the escalating political climate of the near future—where strategies on the battlefield must be delicately balanced with maneuvers at the negotiating table—a new breed of soldier has arisen. Trained to be better than the best and outfitted with the most comprehensive array of high-tech gear ever assembled, the future soldier stands apart by his ability to remain undetected. He slips unseen behind enemy lines. He uses the perfect combination of diplomacy and force to achieve his objectives while remaining politically invisible. He is a Ghost. As a member of the elite Ghost Recon, you are among the few who possess the power, the adaptability, and the cognitive fortitude of the future soldier. Specialized in every area of combat, equipped for survival, and trained in absolute discretion, you are entrusted with the missions no other soldier can handle. Armed to the teeth with an arsenal of real-world high-tech weaponry only in prototype today, you are an F-16 on legs, trained to lock on to your objective even in the world's most complex, high-risk war zones.

Natural Cooperation
Dedicated to the utmost in realistic gameplay, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier features a wide variety of exciting gameplay options that are designed to provide the player with the most enthralling play options to date. These include the ability to instantly and effectively coordinate combat against 360° threats as you linkup with your Ghost teammates in a formidable formation at the push of a button; the ability to move-and-shoot-as-one with your friends or AI teammates with no training and no complex orders system; and to benefit from your teammates' high-tech abilities and combine them to unleash the power of an army at the pull of your trigger.

Epic Solo and Co-op Campaign
In an engrossing single player campaign join the Ghosts as Kozak, a fresh recruit whose elite unit is the U.S.'s best and only means of retaliation when a nationalist coup unseats Russia's legitimate president. Here you can experience multiple aspects of the war from the unique perspectives of a high-level bodyguard, an engineer, a civilian, and more. And when you are ready to team up, grab a friend and enjoy 12 hours of single, or split-screen action, in a cooperative campaign where players crisscross multiple theaters as the shadow of global conflict creeps across Northern Europe and beyond.

Fast-Paced, Addictive Multiplayer Mode
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier allows players to linkup for heated 8 vs. 8 adversarial matches. Here players can combine the four balanced class abilities, plus drones and individual gear. In addition, the game features a seamless ranking progression in Campaign, Co-op and Adversarial modes that allows for multiple rewards that can be put to use for your individual Ghost or your clan.


  • The Ghosts pack the latest and best high-tech military equipment, inspired by actual prototypes designed for the Army through the Future Soldier 2030 Initiative.
  • Blend into any environment with mind-bending optical camouflage.
  • An exoskeleton enhances the Ghosts' physical abilities, allowing them to run, leap, slide and kick farther and faster than any soldier on the field today.
  • Unparalleled physicality and lethal expertise in melee close combat are now at your disposal. Control all-new heavily armed unmanned ground and air combat drones.
  • Unleash large-radius firepower with a personal mortar capable of firing multiple guided rockets simultaneously.
  • Multiplayer 8-on-8 action, Adversarial and Co-op modes that allow players to utilize rewards gained in Campaign mode.
  • Natural cooperation gameplay that allows players to work more easily with squad members, and utilize their special skills.

Review by IGN

“…Ghost Recon: Future Solider is a refreshing change from the current trend of thoughtless shooters, and in the moments when everything clicks together, it’s hard to think of a more absorbing shooter. Unfortunately it doesn't always click though, and forgettable dialogue, poor facial animations and inconsistent visuals dent what is otherwise a great game, plus there’s no denying a little extra polish would’ve made a huge difference. But if you’re after a superbly paced, thoughtful shooter that boasts a strong campaign and enjoyable multiplayer, Future Soldier is bang on target.” 8.5/10

8.5 Presentation
Clever tech and cool effects capture the near-future setting perfectly, but the dialogue is pretty forgettable.
8.5 Graphics
There are moments when Future Soldier looks drop dead gorgeous, but these are offset by clunky textures and some bland backgrounds.
8.5 Sound
The soundtrack is forgettable but effects – from the crack of gunfire to the all-consuming wall of sound when the Ghosts are in a sandstorm – enhance the overall experience.
9 Gameplay
The considered action and balanced pacing make Future Soldier a refreshing change, but it's the subtle improvements – the tagging, cover-switch and UAV drone – that really bring the game to life.
8.5 Lasting Appeal
The campaign lasts around 10 hours but it's definitely worth replaying in co-op, plus the multiplayer, while nothing that new, is enjoyable enough.
8.5 OVERALL Great
(out of 10, not an average)

Release date NZ
May 24th, 2012
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  • Xbox 360
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