Wednesday, December 29, 2010



Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: GRIN
Genre: Modern Tactical Shooter
Release Date: May 03, 2006 (US)(more)
ESRB Descriptors: Blood, Violence, Language
Hoster: Direct Link

Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter finally makes its way over to the PC, and as far as the single-player game goes, this version of the game might be the most overall impressive of all. The massive urban areas you fight in are even larger and more detailed than the already spacious areas in the Xbox 360 version of the game, adding a great deal of tension since this added landmass makes for many times more possible hiding places for bad guys. Also, there's more interactivity to the world and flexibility with the tactical map, which gives you more precise control over your teammates. Unfortunately, all this added immersion comes at a heavy price, as playing the game is sure to put a strain on even the highest-spec machines. Barely make the minimum requirements? Don't even think of picking this game up, unless you're satisfied with big compromises in lighting, texture quality, and frame rate. If you have a machine that can handle the game, though, GRAW delivers a hardcore tactical shooter campaign that hearkens back to the original Ghost Recon games on the PC. It's too bad the multiplayer aspect of the game is so bug-ridden as to render it inconsequential.
Scott Mitchell, are you a bad enough dude to rescue the President?

You take the role of Scott Mitchell, a captain in the elite Ghost Recon squad in the US Army. You find yourself in Mexico City as part of the security entourage tasked with guarding a summit between the leaders of Mexico, Canada, and the US. Disaster strikes when Mexican rebels attack the summit, killing the Canadian prime minister and causing both the Mexican and US presidents to go missing. Over the course of the campaign, you'll explore the massive city--fighting rebel infantry, armored vehicles, and helicopters from within the dense, urban areas in the center to the dilapidated shanty towns on the outskirts. You'll do this solo and with the help of three teammates--who you can issue commands to--and supporting vehicles. Major landmarks, such as Chapultepec and the spire at Angel Plaza, are represented fairly accurately in the game's depiction of Mexico City. The story arc in the PC version of the game is the same as all the others, but the way the levels are laid out and structured is noticeably different than any of the other versions of GRAW. The game's campaign should last most players 12 or so hours, counting restarts from death--maybe more depending on your familiarity with hardcore tactical shooters.

The first thing you'll notice about the game is how breathtakingly massive and believable the city looks.

Minimum System Requirements
System: Intel or AMD, 2 GHz or equivalent
RAM: 1024 MB
Video Memory: 128 MB
Hard Drive Space: 4500 MB
Other: DX9.0c video card

Recommended System Requirements
System: Intel or AMD 2.8 GHz or equivalent
RAM: 1024 MB
Video Memory: 256 MB
Hard Drive Space: 4500 MB
Other: DX9.0c video card



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