Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege
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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.
Ubisoft’s unusual multiplayer shooter has gotten better with age
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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A joyous, deep and rewarding tactical shooter.
Despite a few tiny blemishes on its record, Rainbow Six Siege is the most satisfying shooter experience of this generation, and few titles can boast its depth and longevity. By bucking market trends and offering a unique experience, Ubisoft has carved out a sizeable niche with a focus on methodical gameplay and teamwork over the run-and-gun style of the other big shooters.
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.
With a combination of map design, object destruction, specific operator abilities, and an emphasis on team strategy, Rainbow Six Siege redefines the tactical shooter. Oftentimes, your team's ability to plan ahead against the opposing team is more important than your individual talent on the trigger.
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
Review in Spanish | Read full review
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.
Matches here feel legitimately sophisticated. Each encounter will likely only use a fraction of the gizmos or locations on offer, allowing for substantial variation and applied skill. A well-performed match feels like an authored military thriller, precise and cruel.