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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter review

Such a resounding success, it's almost unfair to other squad-based, tactical shooters

The multiplayer side of the game is at least as immense as the single-player campaign, providing missions in both co-op and competitive flavors. There are a ton of options you can alter, such asthe length of rounds, frequency and location of respawns, weapons load-outs and a slew of other features. Voice support enables groups to coordinate and accomplish the co-operative objectives as tactically or haphazardly as you might desire. Competitive rounds can vary from fast and frantic to deliberate and strategic, depending on what kind of folks you are playing with, and you can adjust the search criteria if you have a particular style of game in mind. No matter what kind of GRAW experience you're looking for, there is sure to be at least 15 other players (the maximum per game is a whopping 16) online and ready to either perforate you or help you perforate others.

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DescriptionBlackhawk down, under fire from every angle, a Mexican Army with rocket launchers ... Where do we sign up?
PlatformPC, Xbox, Xbox 360, PS2
US censor ratingTeen
Release date3 May 2006 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)