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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege (2015)

Shooter First-Person Tactical | PC
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3/10
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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is a first-person tactical shooter video game developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft. Three years after the Rainbow Program's deactivation, there is a resurgence of terrorist activities, with the White Mask being the most prominent. The terrorists' goals are unknown, yet they are causing chaos across the world. To counter this rising threat, the program is reactivated by a new leader who is simply known as Six.

Six assembles a group of special forces operatives from different countries to face and combat the White Masks. Recruits go through multiple exercises to prepare them for future encounters with the White Masks, training to perform hostage rescue and bomb disposal. Eventually, the White Masks launch a chemical attack on a university, and the recruits are sent to disarm the bombs and eliminate the enemy presence. The operation is a massive success, though there are casualties.

Six affirms that the reactivation of Team Rainbow is the best and only choice in a time filled with risks and uncertainties. Team Rainbow is ready for their next mission to hunt down the leader of their enemy. and they stand prepared to protect and defend their nation from terrorists.

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3/10

Infinitgamer

3 Years ago

Tom Clancy is turning in his grave. I'm not sure who took over when Tom Clancy passed away but they are doing an awful job trying to cash in on the legendary writer's name. Tom Clancy always wanted his name to represent quality and that is why Rainbow Six was always known as a special forces simulator. Every time I played it since childhood I had a blast.

The game can be fun but there is a lot to be said for this game. It has moments of tense action but it feels like a game much cheaper than the actual price tag. No campaign, no real single player, the content is quite limited as well as the game modes. Rainbow six always had an amazing single player experience, multiplayer was just an addition. The is probably the biggest disappointment of the year for me and probably any fan of the franchise.