Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas Pro Reviews

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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas Reviews

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Defunct Games 90% Jan 23 '07
GameDaily 8/10 Nov 29 '06
IGN 360 9.3/10 Nov 16 '06
Strategy Informer 8.5/10 Jan 02 '07
Thunderbolt 9/10 Sep 24 '07
GameSpot 9.1/10 Nov 21 '06
Team Xbox 9.5/10 Nov 17 '06
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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas Previews

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"Everybody out there that has been waiting for this series to finally be reborn can breathe a sigh of relieve, because this is not just a great new Rainbow Six game, this is one of the best games of the year."
"Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas is shaping up to be an impressive tactical shooter on all fronts. With the improved command system, impressive visuals and seemingly tight gameplay, we are looking forward to getting our hands on the final version, which is scheduled to ship later this year. "
"Rainbow Six is reinvented and reinvigorated for a new age thanks to beautiful visuals and top-notch tactical shooting action."
"Rainbow Six: Vegas returns to form as an excellent tactical shooter, but is much more accessible for the average shooter fan with streamlined controls and a simple health system. The sprawling levels like the glowing Fremont Street or the Hoover Dam open up Rainbow like it's never been before, and the result is a balanced shooter that is as much close-quarter combat as long-range head shots."
"This isn't just the multiplayer game of the year, it may actually be the best multiplayer game in the whole Xbox 360 library. Yes, the Rainbow Six team has made a triumphant return, somehow managing to actually exceed our lofty expectations."