Ghost Recon Future Soldier Review
Ghost Recon is a prime example of a hit and miss. Despite offering some cool online modes of play, deep weapon customization, and good times, Ghost Recon doesn’t bring anything truly amazing to the table.
For a high budget game which took Tom Clancy years to bring to us, the game is rather disappointing seeing as how amazing the real life trailers were. While the dedicated fan base proves that the game is most definitely popular, I can’t recommend this title to anyone whom is against team work. Unlike other multiplayer games, Ghost Recon is all about coordination, planning, and communication. Players unwilling to work with their teammates will be the reason they don’t succeed with Ghost Recon.
Ghost Recon lacks some important features like the ability to search for random players online to play the campaign and Guerilla Mode which really hurt the final score. Dated graphics and weak gun sounds also made the final score decrease, as these are important aspects of a “High Budget” game.
From a single player stand point, the game is average. From an online stand point, the game shines and will be the reason you even consider jumping on this franchise. In the end though, Ghost Recon is still very much enjoyable and offers players a different type of pace. People looking for a game that truly rewards teamwork and communication, look no further.
Final Verdict – 7/10
Strong weapon customization and equipment.
Campaign has a variety of awesome environments.
Campaign has some intense moments.
Guerilla Mode (Horde) feels unique.
Online Multiplayer get’s the job done.
Dedicated Fan Base.
Horrible gun sound effects.
Been there done that script.
Cover system sometimes works against the player.
Online Multiplayer is plagued by 1 unbalanced feature, “Sensors”.
Campaign and Guerilla Mode do not allow for players to “Search” for randoms.
Network Players 2-12
Required Hard Drive Space: 6.5GB
HD Video Output: 480p/720p
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