Rainbow Six: Raven Shield Pro Reviews

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Rainbow Six: Raven Shield Reviews

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Fragland.net 83% Jun 13 '03
EuroGamer 9/10 Apr 03 '03
Game Over 84% Apr 04 '03
Game Revolution B+ Apr 04 '03
Gamer's Hell 8.9/10 Mar 30 '03
GamesDomain 4/5 Mar 18 '03
GameSpot 8.7/10 Mar 19 '03
Gamespy 88/100 May 01 '03
IGN PC 8.6/10 Mar 20 '03
MonkeyReview 4/5 Jun 03 '03
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Rainbow Six: Raven Shield Previews

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"The Rainbow 6 squad are back in business, with a new look and a new team behind the development process, one has to wonder just what is going to be made of this game."
"Raven Shield features some pretty drastic changes to the Rainbow Six formula, but it's a logical next step for the series. A combination of a simplified but more powerful than ever planning stage, more flexible in-game orders and vastly improved AI and graphics should help Rainbow Six regain its crown as king of the tactical shooters."
"It may not drive the genre in a new direction, but it has almost everything you could expect from it, whether you're an anal-retentive gun nut or just an FPS fan up for a weighty challenge."
"Raven Shield is offering us an updated perspective on the franchise that started one of the largest sub genres in gaming, and they’re doing a very fine job of it. With two maps and a wide variety of gadgets to play with, it’ll be quite awhile before you set the Raven shield test down if you’re a fan of the realist shooter. Those who aren’t a fan of the realist shooters however, may wish to pass on the Raven Shield multiplayer test."
"The gameplay is excellent, the friendly AI hardly bothered me, they have great aim and they give great back cover. However, if this is the first time you play such a game as I did, you might need some time to learn to appreciate it. I know I did, but eventually I kept on playing and I sympathise deeply with the 15 or so families that lost a caring father, man or son under my watch."