Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege

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Tom Marks

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8.5 / 10.0
Jan 18, 2018

Rainbow Six Siege's focus on teamwork and strategy over just aiming prowess sets it apart in exciting ways, and the constant stream of new maps and operators have made it a wonderfully varied FPS. All that new content has made it harder for new players to catch up, and I wish more work had been done to address this, but smart play and good communication will still win you more games than having the newest operator. It's got some growing pains to sort out, but the future continues to look bright for Siege.

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Mar 30, 2018

A joyous, deep and rewarding tactical shooter.

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90 / 100
Dec 5, 2015

Rainbow Six Siege is a pretty dopey military FPS at first glance, but insists players learn to work together with minimal error. Further, it invites a maddening cycle of thought—it makes me think about how I'm thinking the more I play. We were constantly disrupting our own habits.

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9 / 10
Dec 6, 2019

One of the best online shooters of the generation, that's set the standard for post-game support by turning a content poor launch game into one with almost infinite longevity.

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Nov 30, 2015

While lone players are left cold, and hit detection can be inconsistent, the new tactical environmental destruction and tense atmosphere make for a fierce and focused multiplayer experience.

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7 / 10.0
Dec 4, 2015

The lone multiplayer mode has great promise, but technical shortcomings need to be ironed out. Single-player fans will be disheartened by the lack of meaningful options

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10 / 10
May 4, 2020

More than four years after the game's release, Rainbow Six Siege has evolved into not only a compelling shooter but one of the best examples of the genre.

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6 / 10.0
Dec 11, 2015

Rainbow Six Siege is already fighting a difficult battle trying to enforce a more methodical vision of a competitive shooter. It's a minor miracle that Ubisoft Montreal has built such a solid foundation in that regard. But the bizarre progression hooks Siege borrows from free-to-play games, its dearth of content and its network problems make for an awful lot of frustration to overcome in search of those rare moments of unit cohesion.

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Apr 1, 2019

Ubisoft’s unusual multiplayer shooter has gotten better with age

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Dec 2, 2015

Although the single-player side of the game is weak, Rainbow Six: Siege's multiplayer modes are a huge amount of fun. Tense, thoughtful, and tactical, they play very differently to most run-and-gun shooters. While the game's content does feel a little slim at launch, there's no denying it's highly enjoyable to play - especially when you have a team of players working together.

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