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Red Storm Entertainment / South Peak Interactive
ESRB Rating: Teen - Animated blood, gore and violence
Rainbow Six Is Once Again Called Into Action!
Around the World, terrorist threats are on the rise - and this time they're attacking the world's most famous landmarks!
The Taj Mahal, the Forbidden City, Big Ben, the U.S. Capitol Building, and a top-secret Russian Shuttle are ALL in danger!
It's up to you: organize, plan and execute your attack. Choose to observe your hostage rescue team takedown the terrorists. Or play your friends with new multi-player modes and new levels.
With five new, challenging missions, two new in-depth training levels, four new operatives, three new weapons, and true-to-life special forces action pulled directly from Tom Clancy's best-selling novel.
Original Registered Version of Rainbow Six
Windows 95/98: With hardware acceleration, 166MHz Pentium minimal. Without hardware acceleration 200MHz Pentium MMX recommended. 138MB free hard disk space, 16MB RAM (32MB recommended), 16 bit SVGA or better, Soundblaster 16 compatible or better, quad speed CD-ROM drive or faster.
3D video: Direct 3D compatible hardware acceleration recommended. 3Dfx Voodoo and Voodoo II, NVIDIA RIVA, Matrox G200 and other Direct 3D compatible hardware supported.
Network Play:Properly configured TCP/IP connections at 28.8 kps or faster.
PC Gamer, May 1999 - T. Liam McDonald's column
"It doesn't take much to get up a game of Rainbow Six at PC Gamer... Rainbow Six: Eagle Watch adds a mere five new missions and two training maps to the original game. If that seems like too few, then you haven't seen these maps. They are absolutely huge and incredibly detailed. Red Storm has created five more-or-less real-world locations with an amazing amount of depth and dropped your team into them for some pretty good missions..."
"Of course, your Rainbow Six team isn't exactly a tour group: it's in each of these places on a mission. You'd assume these missions would all be impossibly difficult - as most add-on levels are. I found that several levels in the original game (particularly the last) provided some of the most challenging gameplay I've encountered; compared to that, these provide a medium-to-very-hard challenge. If you tend to use the default plans the game provides, you can consider these levels impossible; I was slaughtered using every last one of them. For an experienced Rainbow Six player, though, these provide a strong, but not insurmountable, challenge."
"...All in all, you get your $20 worth of enhancements and more. The location modeling and multi-player additions alone make this a real standout."
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