Submitted by acronkyoung 1200d ago | opinion piece

In Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, the real heroes use iPads and cut in line

According to the latest Tom Clancy game, tomorrow's soldiers will spend their downtime doing some pretty boring stuff. It's a little weird. (PC, PS3, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, Xbox 360)

THR1LLHOUSE  +   1200d ago
Huh, this is pretty unique take on the game!
FCOLitsjustagame  +   1200d ago
I played this game and then I bought Battle Field Bad Company for 4.99 at Best Buy and played it. Bad Company by far had better cutscene graphics and better dialouge and more interesting characters who I actually liked and thus cared about.

I do like the tactical shooter gameplay better and the in mission graphics were better but GRFS did not have the kind of solid tactical shooting gameplay the previous Tom Clancey games had. Plus that last mission was a stupid, annoying mess. So all in all I liked my $5.00 a lot more than my $60.00 game.
Grimhammer00  +   1200d ago
Bizarre look at what I thought was decent bit of characterization. It's not great. But often life isn't.
Part of this type of sub-narrative is using mundane events to humanize as the author said.

*funny, I remember a trailer for moh in the helicopter with the rangers. That one trailer was better paced and executed than many movies are today.
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Rob Hornecker  +   1200d ago
GRFS has to be one of the most disappointing games I have ever been stuck with, I can think of only 1 other game that had me feel like this and that Test Drive unlimited 2! This no where as near as much fun to play GR2,sumit strike,or either of the GRAW games are.

To the person who bought BFBC for $5.00 and loves the game play,I invite you to step up to Battlefield 3, I think you will get more out of it than you would ever get out of GRFS for the money.

The really sad thing is the new CoD black ops 2 game play looks alot like GRFS!

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