GRAW 2 Multi-player Hands-on

It was no surprise that the venue for testing the multiplayer elements of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 was hidden away deep within 900 acres of barren farmland. The dusty warehouse was packed with dozens of tanks, missiles and other intimidating weaponry that wouldn't have looked out of place in the back garden of an eccentric dictator.

Alongside the impressive collection of military muscle were a number of Humvees and Armoured Personnel Carriers, each neatly packed with enough 360s and HD screens to start an online war, which was exactly what PRO-G had turned up for.

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Booneral4316d ago

Well I really don't care anymore, why are all Tom Clancy games looking "watered down" when it comes to online? GRAW, Rainbow Six: Vegas, Splinter Cell: Double Agent... All those look noticeably worse in online, and game mechanic differ from Single Player too (except for Vegas, it has the same game mechanics).

GRAW2 will be the same too, no back against wall cover, watered-down graphics, single-player campaign not being playable co-op like. Jeez, they should look and learn some from Gears of War when it comes to Coop.

I am not saying it will be a terrible game, I am still enjoying Rainbow Six Vegas but they should at least make the high-quality singleplayer campaign available online for coop. That's what people really like. Other than that, I dont know how long I will be playing multiplayer modes. GRAW didn't last long, though Vegas seems to promise more in multiplayer form.