Gamer Mania 2

Friday, September 02, 2005

Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter Preview

That is very confusing......

Today I will be previewing Ghost Recon:Advanced Warfighter for PC, XBOX 360, XBOX, PS2, and Gamecube as part of my Preview Marathon. Here comes another Tom Clancy game (how many times have we heard that?). This time, another installment in the team combat game, Ghost Recon. This time, the game is based in Mexico City. The real important thing about this game is NO LOADING TIMES WOOT!!! With this, there is the loss of pre-rendered cutscenes, but then again, most people would rather have more game then video. The AI will be MUCH better this time so no more suicidal teammates (That kinda good and kinda bad.......I liked watching them be stupid)! This time the game will also be non-linear so there are many ways you can attack (Now you can attack from the right side OR the left side!). You will also have a device called a Cross-Com which is like an all-purpose machine. With it, you will be able to get live feed from teammates, send out drones and see from their point of view, call air strikes, and much more. The enviroments in this game look really great, imagine a giant digital city that is in Now you can look at the back of people's heads, sounds fun doesn't it?chaos. That is what you will be fighting in in Advanced Warfighter. The lighting effects are just as impressive as in Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory except they won't be wasted because no night vision is needed (any night vision will be sold seperately). The graphics are amazing on all the different systems, with the XBOX 360 being the best of course. If you don't believe me, look at the screen shots. As of now multiplayer is still not definite but will almost obviously be included (What game doesn't have multiplayer nowadays?). As of now, this looks like it will be a solid game on this generation of consoles and the next-gen XBOX 360. I will have a full review when this is released in Winter 2005-2006.

Preview Written By Ton


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