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ZOOM Rainbow Six 3:
Raven Shield
$9.95 (Win98/2000/Me/XP) (Mini Retail) (RAVENSHPR)

The sequel to Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear

Publisher: Red Storm / UbiSoft

Ages 15 and Up

Ratings:

from Games Domain

You Are Freedom's Answer To Fear!

When terrorists assault our world, they incur the wrath of the most elite counter-terrorism force ever assembled: Team Rainbow. Take command of this deadly unit and dismantle a neo-fascist terror network, one takedown at a time.

DO NOT COMPROMISE WITH TERROR - ELIMINATE IT. .

Features:

15 single-player missions and 9 multiplayer modes

Up to 16 players online, or via LAN

Graphics and environments built with the latest Unreal technology.

30 Specialist team modes and over 57 real-world weapons.

Requirements:

Win98/Me/XP/2000: PentiumIII 800 MHz or faster, 128MB RAM (XP requires 256MB), 2 GB free hard disk space, 16x CD-ROM drive, Direct X8.1 compatible sound card, 3D DirectX8.1 compatible32 VRAM video card. Minimum 56K modem or broadband.


Reviews:

Games Domain by Giles Bird

"Raven Shield uses the Unreal engine to create some stunningly realistic locations, drawn with rich textures, complex level geometry, and lush lighting. The character models and animation are top-notch, with new first-person perspective weapon graphics bringing all the different guns to life..."

"The new planning interface is just as easy to use as Rogue Spear's, but this time with even more helpful aids,... The whole thing feels much less restrictive than the previous Rainbow Six games, in which you were firmly bound to your plan without any way to adapt to changing situations."

"One of the enduring strengths of the series is its multiplayer support. This hasn't changed in Raven Shield, which is probably one of the most compelling multiplayer games you'll ever play..."

"Match-up restrictions aside, Raven Shield is not only a great multiplayer game, but a welcome next step in the Rainbow Six series for gamers that should meet, if not exceed, many of its fans expectations."



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