Posted 7:45pm on Tue 18 March 2008
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As long as you're not expecting a complete overhaul of the gameplay seen in the original, Vegas 2 will provide plenty of terrorist hunting fun.
Posted 7:45pm on Tue 18 March 2008
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I think I might pass on RB: Vegas 2 for the time being. As next week Viking Battle for Asgard is coming out on the PS3 and 360, RB will most properly be the same as the first vegas. The new stuff in the game would be storyline and achievements for the 360, so nothing much is really making me eager to get the game.
Posted 9:19pm on Fri 21 March 2008
Right on! I'm getting Viking Battle for Asgard also, for my 360. However, I'm VERY tempted to p/u R6V2 tonight to help me get through the weekend!
Posted 10:16am on Sat 22 March 2008
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Bought this yesterday and still enjoyable as ever and thank God for the inclusion of being able to sprint. The only problem is that the price of the game; it's pratically what Black Arrow was to Rainbow Six 3 and kind of disappointed I paid £40 for it, but it's fun and after playing CoD4, I didn't even play through Vegas as it was too 'slow', but Vegas 2 is 'slightly' better due to the sprint.
Posted 10:22pm on Sat 19 April 2008
it looks sick. it looks a lot like call of duty 4 though.
Posted 1:51am on Wed 17 September 2008
SIN CITY RULES
right now i am sitting down at a small desk, writing about why everyone needs to purchase this find peice of gaming hardware, for starters, its got a sprint button, several new weapons or ''killing tools'', more beautiful scenery, and more... now do you know whats wrong with this sentence, well its the ''more'' in it, its way too much. now that im nearly done bashing the game for the same qualities, lets talk about the features that kick ass... if you played the first one, theres virtually nothing new here... literally. if you have not played the first one, screw it and get this one instead. the levels are crisp and fun enough to come back and play, the weapons select at the begining of the levels create nothing but replay, and since i have not yet played ''the best game of all time'' call of duty 4, then rainbow six vegas 2 is the most intense first person shooter i know of today. multiplayer... well i dont actually play online, but if i did, i would love it. the sounds make the game, hearing bullets buzz past your head, grenades go off, and soilders scream, this makes my day. now the game IS NOT a super fast paced shooter, you have to actually be smart, gasp! however its still intense, and is never off beat. lastly, the AI is actually smart, and so is the co-op. in conclusion, vegas 2 is the same thing, and normally any game that is a repeat is a direct stinker, but you can't hate tom clancy, no one can, he's a spy, he'll kick your ass. anyway i have not yet played the first rainbow game, but because the critics say its the same, i will too... what everyone is a follower now a days.
Posted 3:55pm on Wed 4 February 2009
i have just a question or too, i have played every single Rainbow six game from eagle watch, Black Thorn and rogue spear(still play RS) i have also played rbs3, Rbs3 BA, and rbs4 lock down and critical hour. I have Played Vegas campain but not online. how does Vegas 2 shape up to all the original games?
Posted 4:01pm on Wed 4 February 2009
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Roy, I think if you enjoyed all the others so much you'll probably like Vegas 2 as well. Given that you can get it for £10 or less in places now (probably cheaper pre-owned?) you might as well just buy it, says I.
Posted 6:13pm on Wed 11 February 2009
i went out and rented it. and i <3 it probly gonna pick it uptoday. its got all the parts of the old rainbow games that i loved and a few things. o and Rory it looks nothing like Cod4 the game play is alot different and the way the game runs is alot different.