This isn’t so much a sequel as a careful reiteration of the first Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter game. They’ve honed the template by adding some new visuals - lighting effects, convincing smoke, that sort of thing - and they’ve tweaked the interface. But essentially the Sweden-based development team, Grin, has delivered the same fancy-looking tactical shooter as before.
This is a game where taking things slowly is the key to success. You’re faced with large tracts of complex urban environments - such as the slums of Ciudad Juarez in Mexico, where most of the action takes place - and baddies could be anywhere. Luckily you have a squad of hi-tech squadmates at your disposal: you’re a Ghost, the very best of the military’s computerized soldiers. This means that if an ally spots a baddy you get him flagged on your head-up display.