Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear Review

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Graphics: 4.0
Sound : 6.0
Gameplay : 5.0
Multiplayer : N/A
Overall : 4.0
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The Graphics:

The graphics in this game are not too great; it looks like Metal Gear Solid on the Game Boy Color. I think the developers could have done a way better job than this. Blocky humans and blocky items really got this game down.

The Sounds / Music:

The music in this game is average, it’s not exciting in any way and the sound effects are below standard, it’s too much Game Boy Color like and not the supreme sound that the Game Boy Advance can produce.

The Gameplay:

The Gameplay is all right in this game. It’s not “excellent” but it will do. No jumping and no hiding in narrow spaces and standing pressed against the wall make this game even worse than Metal Gear Solid on the Game Boy Color. No power-ups, no ratio, no nothing. You’ll have to survive with just 4 men with guns. The bright side is that you can divide your team into groups and after that you can go separate ways or you can even let one or two team members guard a door. Other than that this game really disappointed me.

Multiplayer:

You can play against a friend or even 3 friends with the Game Boy Advance Link Cable. This is one of the better features in the game; because multiplayer against friends is always fun, especially when you can blast each other in to pieces.

Conclusion:

Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear Advance really was a big disappointment to me. Below standard graphics and music really made this game fit in the category of “Don’t buy if you’re not a huge fan”. Unless you really like Rainbow Six games I would recommend letting this game pass.