Jasper Kashap writes: "Sniper: Ghost Warrior follows the tale of a special ops team sent to a fictional Latin American country to help local rebels restore their recently overthrown government by eliminating...some baddies. Short of reading the grammatically challenging loading screens, you’re unlikely to get much more detail than that. The majority of the campaign has the player take of the role of sniper extraordinaire Sergeant Tyler Wells whose role in the proceedings is a mix of long-range sniper combat and vegetation molesting espionage.
Although, not deserving of total damnation, Sniper: Ghost Warrior is riddled with flaws and, even as a budget title, only just about warrants the weekend rental recommendation for those really short of something to play." 5/10