The introduction to this game is the same as the first Advanced War fighter, good. Once again you are the top military ghost Scott that finds a gun battle to be his little entertainment for the day. You first start off in training, learning how to move, shot, aim, couch and hide. Ghost players such as myself found this waste of time and unnecessary. A sequel to huge game doesnít need a training regime. Youíre then eased into battle with one or two enemies at once but build up to taking out a bridge with a three-truck convoy awaiting inevitable death. Youíre also introduced to team play, cross-com and the UAV3 as the game progresses.
The graphics are pretty impressive and a huge upgrade from the prequel. Explosions, gunfire and the environment are detailed and dramatic. The particulars of the characters and vehicles are amazing and huge leaps forward. Ubisoft have obviously made an extensive effort to improve the experience of the game play by using the best 360 has to offer.
The in-game sound tracks are pretty good and seem to be suited for the situation. Thereís no cheesy music that ruins a first person shooter. Gladly they intentionally omitted the use of music to heighten the situation where it becomes predictable that you are about to be surprised by suspecting enemies. You can unlock three music videos within game play, which I thought was pretty cool. Overall the sound tracks for Ghost Recon Advanced War fighter are enjoyable to listen to and play to.
GRAW 2 brought a different game play experience where could see through your support. Through which you can order to move and shoot. This gives Scott an advantage as sending a tank or helicopter through first is better than a human. Iím still not sure on where I stand with, when found, the enemy having a little red diamond on them highlighting there position. I found this to be good and bad as it doesnít leave much room for surprise but then also it's good help for ordering a shot on there position. Meanwhile the array of 30 weapons including rocket launchers, a shotgun, more snipers and more machine guns is awesome. The different combination you can have can easily alter the experience. If you pass the campaign and think that it's too quick try doing the co-op misson to the perfect standard. I have many attempts to do these select missons without dying and I tell you it is a challanging effort worth a try. Overall the gameplay provides alot of entertainment that doesn't let down the GRAW fan
I believe this game has the potential to make it's mark, as multiplayer is so addictive. However no doubt the Tom Clancy series will bring out another Ghost Recon before this game wears out it's stay. So gamers will lap up the multiplayer and campaign to improve their skills in waiting for the next instalment.
Overall this game is an awesome first person shooter and a great sequel. The new cross-com techniques and interactive support use will provide improvement and excitement for the GRAW series. This game does have potential to last and provide endless online entertainment. I would recommend having this game as at the end of the day who doesnít want to be as cool as Scott.