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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 (Xbox 360)

by Ubisoft
Xbox 360
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
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  • Full PEC Experience: A greatly improved PEC experience - your character evolves online and offline, in both single-player and multiplayer modes.
  • Terrorist Leaders are now a strategic target for Rainbow - leaders control respawns, so when you take out the leaders, enemies can no longer respawn.
  • Terrorists Enemies have a wider variety of reactions and use ballistic shields.
  • Team Rainbow Can use the Leap-frogging technique for safely approaching an area defended by an opposing force. Teammates cover each other successively when they move forward.
  • Up to 16 players (360) and 14 players (PS3)
  • Two-player split-screen mode
  • 13 maps for co-op and adversarial play Including three maps from R6 Vegas, revamped maps from R6 Raven Shield and all-new maps
  • All-new co-op experience. Co-op story mode, Jump-in-jump-out mode and Co-op terrorist hunt.
  • New adversarial modes:
  • Demolition - Attackers plant an explosive device at one of two predetermined locations and protect the bomb until it explodes
  • Team Leader - Teams must keep their leader alive while they escort him to the extraction point while preventing the enemy from extracting their own leader
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000ZXCP3C
  • Release Date: 20 Mar. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,708 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

First game in the series on the XBOX 360

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
TOM CLANCY'S RAINBOW SIX VEGAS 2 is set before and during the events of the previous game, and has you controlling Bishop. For most of the game you are flanked by Michael and Jung (who you may remember joined you at the Las Vegas strip in the previous game), and an optional second player (yes, this time around, two-player co-op campaign includes the computer-controlled AI like Mike and Jung!), either split-screen or online, using a drop-in, drop-out method.

As before, you can carry two main guns, a pistol, and two special grenades. This time, however, to start with only a small number of these are available to use, and the others can only be unlocked by scoring a high-enough rating to improve skills such as marksmanship, close-quarters battling and explosives (you can get points for things such as head-shots, kills while using ropes, and other special methods). The good thing is that you can improve your player's stats both online and offline, taking your character from the campaign into the terrorist hunts and multiplayer versus modes! Despite this, you can still take the guns of downed enemies, even if you haven't unlocked them for selection in outfitting stations yourself (although they disappear if you don't keep them when you visit such a station).

It's fair to say that, if you liked RSV1 then you'll probably like this, but maybe not quite as much. Whereas RSV1 was really quite well thought-out, there doesn't seem to have been quite the same level of care taken in this newer game.

Some bits slow down to a point where the frame-rate drops and the on-screen movement becomes jerky (even offline).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Realism is the key 19 April 2008
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Now I owned RS1 and it is the best game I have ever played.
And i have to say this is more of the same quality that ubisoft brings out.
If you have played RS1 then it is more of the same but a little more next-gen graphics.
the story mode is ok, not great, i completed it on realistic (the hardest difficalty) in around 10 hours and was entertaining.
this game really comes into its own with the amount of extra content there is, the terrorist hunts (one on every multiplayer map) then you can change the settings to have a different experiance every time, the multuplayer mode is amazing, with a large variety and amout of different maps and game modes including some new ones from the first game.
Now this is where I think this game really makes it different, the PEC- persistant elite creation, basically create your own charactor, you can change armour, guns, attachments, camo all to make your charactor different.
Now there are some flaws but they aren't major, just little things such as small bugs and people doing glitches online. They made a mistake getting rid of the calypso casino map and now attack and defend has been ruined by a 3 respawn rule, you see not major.
Overall i love this game and i think a vast majority of people have not regreted buying this game it is very enjoyable and you really do get your moneys worth
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very surprised! 19 Feb. 2009
By C Frost
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I do own Rainbow six Vegas. So I thought why not buy Vegas 2 as I enjoyed the first one.

After reading review after review of people saying how it hadn¡¦t evolved from the first. So I though why not try it anyway. I am so glad that I did give it a go now. Yes the fundamentals are the same and the whole feel hasn¡¦t changed there are a few but very welcome changes. I usually like to play split screen doing a co-op story with my friends. These new features however come in handy whatever game mode you are playing.

The new features that I can see so far are:

The ability to TAG enemies through either just aiming at them or more conveniently through the 'snake cam'. This does a number of things. It allows you to track where that enemy is, tells the computer generated character who to focus on freeing you up to deal with the objective or hostage taker.

Also a new feature for the game is the fact that you can have the computer generated characters helping you in co-op which means you can distribute different jobs meaning that with a bit of planning and 'tagging' you can organize a mean assault on a building room or venue!

Haven¡¦t tried online yet some may modify this review if anything else come to my attention :).

So all in all if you liked the first one then you may find yourself loving this one!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great For Co-Op 18 Jan. 2014
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Tom Clancy's Rainbow 6 Vega 2 (mouthful) is a tactical 1st/3rd person shooter.

The story is boring and alone, not too fun. The AI, both your teammates and the terrorists have less IQ than that of The Only Way Is Essex making it a chore to command your team and too much of a breeze to plow through enemies. However, when with friends the game's fun meter shoots up. You can only have 1 friend company you in single player, but that's not where the fun is located. No sir, you want Terrorist Hunt for laughs and PvP for realism.

Terrorist Hunt: Up to 4 players, Terrorist hunt has several difficulty settings (AI is still stupid) that, if set to the highest, doubles the initial amount of AI and their damage. This forces you and your friends to work together to get rid of the threat making it genuinely tense when you're going into an unknown room or hearing voice/footsteps in the distance.

PvP: Online can have up to 8 vs 8 - team Rainbow vs Terrorists. Here is the only way you'll feel you're playing against real terrorists because they are real people that think, communicate and work together. If you run through like CoD you will die. Very tense.

Buy for co-op/PvP fun, skip the campaign.
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