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Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield (PC CD)
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Take command of Team Rainbow the most elite counter-terrorism force ever assembled. When terrorists assault our world, they incur the wrath of Team Rainbow. Your duty begins when negotiations end. Dismantle a neo-fascist terror network, one take down at a time. 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. You pursue terror wherever it may lurk. 30 specialist team modes and over 57 real-world weapons. There is no threat you cannot contain. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Raven Shield is the sequel to Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear, 2000 Action Game Of The Year (PC Gamer US) and Rainbow Six, 1999 Action Game Of The Year (PC Gamer US). Ensure you do not compromise with terror just eliminate it.
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The game uses the UT2 engine, only requiring a modest computer to run yet providing significantly better graphics than other games at the time and still acceptable graphics today. Additionally all the usual Unreal cheats work (in single player mode).
Moving onto gameplay, forget Counter-Strike's "tactical shooter" tag, RvS is much more in depth and realistic. There are loads of weapons and accessories to choose from. You can select AI controlled team members to support you, and "change players" to where they are on the map at the press of a key. I think the game still has some value to the less patient players, there are some presaved "loadouts" to let you jump into the game quickly.
There is online and network gameplay, although probably less servers today than a few years ago. You can play all the single player missions and single player "terrorist hunt" side games as co-op or you can play a variation of deathmatch, defusal and VIP like in CS1.6 against an opposing team.
I liked the multiplayer versions of the single player missions the best, it's fun to see how fast you can clear a level, especially when you have other good players playing with you. You may find co-op mode repetitive, or even frustrating if you are a bad player and die a lot, in which case you may prefer Counter-Strike for its simplicity and much shorter round times.