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ZOOM Tom Clancy's
Rainbow Six
Sold Out (Win95/Win98) (Retail) (RAINBOW6PR)

See Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Gold or Rainbow 6 Collector's Edition

Red Storm Entertainment / South Peak Interactive


ESRB Rating: Teen - Animated Blood, Gore and Violence


9 from PC Accelerator

Play as if 5.7 Billion Lives Depended on it

The most revolutionary action/strategy game of its kind. Nothing comes closer to offering an exciting combination of strategy, team-building, realistic three-dimensional graphics and true-to-life special forces action. The ultimate goal is to save yourself and the world from deadly terrorists. You must successfully complete 17 unique missions. If you die, the game isn't over. The World Is.

Play up to 16 players online with Real-Time voice

Experience 17 immersive & totally unique locations

Execute the mission in 1st and 3rd person

Assemble your team from an international pool of 20 special operatives

Plan your attack using a blueprint map and 3D view

Select authentic gear and weapons for each team member


Windows 95/98: With hardware acceleration, 166MHz Pentium minimal. Without hardware acceleration 200MHz Pentium MMX recommended. 100MB 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 Accelerator, October 1998

"As you slowly become more involved in the progression of 17 increasingly difficult missions, you find yourself thinking like a real spec-ops soldier. Whether the mission requires sneaking into a jungle hacienda, assaulting a biological weapon factory, or rescuing hostages in an amusement park, you're constantly forced to adapt your strategy to the situation.

"You will also find yourself growing attached to your individual team members. Each of your operatives, be they assault, demolition, or electronics specialists, has their own skills and training levels. Keeping them alive becomes a major priority, because if they die, their replacement is often a wet-behind-the-ears recruit (or a hapless reserve)..."

"Even though you will begin to love this game, you will be frustrated with it from time to time. You will find plenty of bugs (awful clipping problems beings just one), and be prepared for your PC to crash often - It's just gonna happen. You might even curse the fact that the voice communication just doesn't work (at least we couldn't get it to work). The absence of this feature becomes painfully apparent as you frantically type warnings to your squad about flanking enemies, only to watch helplessly as your buddies are terminated one by one.

"Despite these flaws, you will find yourself coming back again and again to test your skills. So face it, Rainbow Six may not mean the end of your knuckle-dragging deathmatch days, but it will certainly change the way you think about shooters. I can't think of another game in recent years that has brought a real-world experience so frighteningly close to home."


  • The multiplayer mode (LAN) is brilliant
  • Strategy elements mean plenty of replay value
  • Too many to list


  • Bugs, graphic glitches, lack of polish
  • Graphics and sound not on par with recent shooters
  • Getting shot in the head by a teammate

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