Please sign in or sign up!
  • Forget your password?
  • Want to sign up?
  •       ...blogs for gamers

    Find a GameLog
    ... by game ... by platform
    advanced search  advanced search ]
    GameLog Entries

    hspoteat's Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2 (360)

    [August 23, 2009 05:23:46 PM]
    Game Play:
    In the second session, we continued playing the co-op realistic mode. In this mode you navigate through each level trying to take out any opponents you might encounter. We played this game on split screen so both players needed to interact with each other to be able to accomplish the task of clearing the level of opponents. Again, it was very exciting and entertaining. We set the difficulty to its highest so it was pretty challenging, and when we cleared a level we would go to a different one. We had a lot of fun playing Vegas 2.

    I love first person shooters, so I enjoyed the fact that in the co-op mode all you did was shoot. Even though we did not play the story mode, we had a lot of fun accomplishing the tasks at hand. The characters were awesome because you can pick your own gear. And the game play was both fun and interesting.

    The design of Vegas 2 is pretty awesome. The game is very realistic in the way you shoot, and move around in each level. It gives you the feel that your really there. Each level is vastly different, with scenarios ranging from inside a casino to a train station. Each level has its own unique look and no two have the same props.

    This game is very interesting because the AI creates a challenge in every scenario. I like to play on the realistic level which makes the AI harder to beat. Even though each time we play the co-op mode, it never gets old because the AI changes. The conflict in the game is between this special team of rogue agents and terrorists.

    Space is used wisely in this game because some of the levels are small, but they have a lot of detail to them. The game uses scenery from Las Vegas to evoke a sense of war upon the player. And it works very well because through the entire game the player has no doubt that there is a war going on. This game helps foster social interaction very well by having an elaborate multiplayer system. This is really the only way we played; we never actually got to the story mode because the game does a good job of drawing the player to the multiplayer split screen side.

    Vegas 2 is a very good game, however there are a couple of things I would like to see different. On hard mode, I would like to see an option to change the number of re-spawns. I would also like to know that when I pause the game, the opponent is not going to walk around the corner and attack you. Another thing I would like to see in this game, is that for the AI, shotgun accuracy should not be as high as rifle accuracy. Again, this game is amazing; it could just use tweaking a little.

    I love first person shooters, so for my own game I might like to see the same sort of action. I believe this game exhibit complexity in the way that the levels are design in detail. Sometimes, you don’t know where you have been and where you haven’t. I enjoy the games reward structure in that the more you play the more stuff you unlock. It is actually a ranking system like the army, so I like that as well. No cut scenes were exhibited in the co-op mode. Even though we did not play the story mode, this game was very interesting, and had us playing for hours.
    add a comment Add comment
    [August 23, 2009 05:23:04 PM]
    In Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas 2, you are a soldier in Team Rainbow, a team joined together to battle terrorism. In this first person shooter, you must fight to keep terrorism out of Las Vegas Nevada for the second time. In each level you must go through taking out enemies while trying to stay alive.

    Game Play:
    This game is realistic and requires a lot of attention. Therefore, this game is very intense and makes for very exciting game play. I played Rainbow Six Vegas 2 on co-op realistic mode with a friend. In this mode you play as a team and go through the level and clear out the terrorists. However, the story line is not followed in this mode. When going through the level you never know where an opponent might be so when you run up on one you get surprised.

    The characters in Vegas 2 are very realistic. You can choose your clothing, armor and weapons to use. The main character’s name is Bishop, but since we played the co-op realistic mode, the story line of the game was not followed. Even though we did not play the story mode, the game had very good game play, especially with the challenging AI, and was very fun to play.

    The game was very interesting because it kept you on the seat of your pants. Not knowing where your opponents are located makes game play harder, but more fun. Because we did play co-op mode, we had a lot of interaction during the game. For example, trying to strategize on how to take down your opponents in each level required interaction between me and the other player. Flow was also experienced in that while taking out each opponent you seemed to flow right into the next, sometimes quicker than expected. Overall, this was a very exciting and challenging game.
    add a comment Add comment

    hspoteat's Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2 (360)

    Current Status: Playing

    GameLog started on: Sunday 23 August, 2009

    hspoteat's opinion and rating for this game

    No comment, yet.

    Rating (out of 5):starstarstarstarstar

    Related Links

    See hspoteat's page

    See info on Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2

    More GameLogs
    other GameLogs for this Game
    1 : Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2 (360) by dkirschner (rating: 5)


    games - logs - members - about - help - recent updates

    Copyright 2004-2014