Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege
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An addictive tactical multiplayer shooter that suffers from over-monetization, occasional technical issues, and a lack of content.
I was worried for the return of Rainbow Six after the news that Patriots had been cancelled. Fortunately, Rainbow Six Siege is a fantastic entry in the series that has enough depth in its gameplay to keep things fresh each and every time you boot it up. It's currently my go-to multiplayer shooter, and that is genuinely not something I thought I'd be saying at the start of the year! Moment-to-moment gameplay is a real joy, and the balance is as close to perfect as you'd hope. I really wanted to score Siege higher, but Terrorist Hunt and Situations almost feel like an entirely different game because of the drop in frame rate, and there almost feels like a push toward microtransactions once you hit a certain point. It almost feels like Siege should've launched at £30. Still, if the promised free content is good and it can keep a good community, it'll be worth it in the end.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is definitely a different game, where your actions must be well thought out, where planning, strategy, communication and coordination between your team members is vital. You will be involved in battles full of adrenaline and tension every moment, where victory will not take the one that pulled the trigger first, if not the one that better plan his battle
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Rainbow Six: Siege präsentiert sich wie erwartet als großartiger Taktik-Shooter mit leider einigen Schwächen in Sachen Umfang, Langzeitmotivation und dem Matchmaking. Der kurzweilige Spielspaß ist auch sehr stark von euren Gegner und Mitspielern abhängig, daher empfehlen wir den Titel eher als vollständiges Team oder sehr Frust resistenter Team-Spieler eine Chance zu geben. Die taktische Kompomente von Siege überzeugt durchgehend und ist auch der Hauptgrund, warum sich der Titel von den meisten Shootern auf dem Markt stark abheben kann.
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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is a great shooter that surely sets itself apart from the rest of the industry thanks to its merge of co-op and competitive matchmaking.
While some will decry the lack of single player content, the end result is an exceptional and distinct multiplayer experience.
After the long wait, Rainbow Six Siege half-delivers. The gameplay is tense and satisfying, but its multiplayer-centric offering and pay-to-win setup is disappointing. If you're into solo narrative experiences, move right along. If you're into hyper-competitive tactical PvP, this is the game for you.
Siege reminds players that Tom Clancy's original game series can still earn its right to fight alongside other modern competitive shooters.
Rainbow Six Siege doesn't feel like modern day shooters, instead it's quite different. In some ways, it's refreshing. At other times, it feels like you're either constantly grinding for Renown, or watching a spectate screen.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege delivers an absolutely amazing and satisfying experience. Because of Ubisoft Constant supporting in 3 years and giving players tons of new contents and options, very deep and tactical gameplay elements like destructible walls, and value of decisions you have to make to win, Rainbow Six Siege has become vastly popular and unbelievably addictive. Although Rainbow six siege still suffers from some technical issues and lack of new multiplayer mode, It's still one of the best multiplayer game of this generation and a must-buy for all fans of multiplayer FPS games, specially now with all improvements that the game has seen since its release.
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