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"The tense missions are only half the equation, of course: GRAW 2 also offers an astonishingly deep multiplayer mode, offering matches online, over LAN, and splitscreen. The game features an almost shocking number of maps -- 32 in all, with eight of those offering battles at two different times of day. And you'll also find nearly two dozen game modes, from solo to team to co-op campaign missions. Online play allows for exceptional clan support, allowing the clan leader to customize characteristics as minute as camo pattern and clan logo. And you'll even get to use some of that fancy gear from the single-player campaign online, like the UAV drone: Send it out, and any enemies it sees will show up on your HUD. Trouble is, the gameplay itself isn't quite up to the same standard."
"The audio in Advanced Warfighter 2 is just as impressive. The voicework is nice, the military themed soundtrack perfectly adjusts itself to the pace of the game and the sound effects are simply superb, be it the bullets that fly over your head, the tank shell that just hit the wall behind you or the helicopters that hover above you. UbiSoft deserves praise for putting so much effort in the audio design of the game."
"So, is GRAW2 just more Vegas? Hardly. In a nut shell GRAW2 is the complete vision that Ubisoft had of GRAW from the beginning, and it's also one hell of a graphic powerhouse. The bigger, more vertical landscapes, the increase in technological support, and the overall tactical finesse of the game separates it even further from its Rainbow Six brethren, which is still focused more on indoor, close-combat SWAT-like gameplay. GRAW2 also displays the greatest explosions known to man, and for gamers, sick and sad as that may be, that's something real special."
"GRAW 2 is a deep, satisfying single-player, co-op, and multiplayer experience. When the enemies felt too easy the host simply added more enemies or turned up their difficulty level. Plain and simple, this game is going to kick-ass, with or without a baby in your lap, though I recommend the former."