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It's not hard to say that this is the best current-gen Ghost Recon yet, but with the next-generation taking off, I wonder how much time and effort Ubisoft is going to be able to put into building off this game in the future.
When looking at GRAW as a new experience with no preconceptions or expectations towards the title then yes you are left with a pretty decent gaming experience which will keep you hooked until the end and obviously cater for that competitive streak with the online play included. I have enjoyed playing GRAW and especially like the urban atmosphere featured, despite this not offering the variety of playing environments as seen in previous titles and despite some of the game’s graphical/game play flaws. Either way I think if Ghost Recon fans can look at the game objectively and focus on what it does best, which is to replicate urban combat in a fun way for gamers; then the experience will be more enjoyable. Yes it is different from previous Ghost Recon games but at the same time it is still a fun game and that is what counts.
Was bleibt, ist der solide Multiplayermodus, der euch zwar online mit seinem ewigen Verbindungsaufbau zu den Servern und hinterhältigen Sniper-Attacken frustrieren kann, mit den richtigen Mitspielern aber durchaus spaßig ist. Trotzdem ist Advanced Warfighter gemessen am 360-Vorbild eine herbe Enttäuschung, die nicht nur durch die technische Überlegenheit der Next-Gen-Konsole, sondern vor allem durch den um taktische Elemente stark beschnittenen Spielablauf zustande kommt, der die dichte Atmosphäre der 360-Fassung vermissen lässt.
Squad shooter fans will undoubtedly enjoy what the Xbox has to offer with Advanced Warfighter, but the rest of us shouldn't be fooled into thinking that we're getting a next-gen experience without shelling out for a Xbox 360.
It's almost as though this game was made poorly on purpose so that the superiority of 360 would be felt like a kick to the head with a spiked boot. The message is that Xbox owners now have something to feel ashamed about - their crappy little Xbox.
There are far better shooters for the Xbox, including previous Ghost Recon games. Save your money. It would be far better spent put towards an Xbox 360.
Smooth though the multiplayer options are, there are much better shooters on offer on the Xbox than this. Hell, there are much better Ghost Recon games on the Xbox than this. If you're envying all the fun your buddies are having with their 360s and Advanced Warfighter, you're better off staying with Halo 2 and the recent Far Cry: Instincts than springing for this -- you'll be in for a disappointment.
Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter for the Xbox doesn't measure up to its namesake on the Xbox 360. And, to boot, it isn't even nearly as good as the last Ghost Recon game for the Xbox, Summit Strike. Too many compromises in the gameplay design, and sloppily integrated assets and ideas from the Xbox 360 version of the game drag this version down into mediocrity. Those who aren't picky about their military shooters will find some redeeming value here, but for others, GRAW just doesn't feel all that worthwhile, regardless of whether or not you've played it on the 360.
Everything about the Xbox GRAW seems compromised. Even if you don’t compare it to the 360 version, the game either comes off of an unbalanced first person shooter or a neutered action-strategy sim. Either way, it’s not going to win any fans, unless you’re utterly desperate for more military action and don’t have a 360.
I guess only Microsoft and Ubisoft can answer that question, but you would be much better off saving your pennies to spend on either an Xbox 360 or the quality back catalogue of Xbox Ghost Recon games, then waste them on this rubbish title.
GRAW version Xbox est donc une déception à pratiquement tous les niveaux. Il n’a, de Ghost Recon, que le nom et en aucun cas l’esprit. Je ne saurais que trop conseiller à ceux qui envisagent l’achat prochain d’une Xbox 360, d’attendre pour acquérir GRAW sur celle-ci. Quand à ceux qui ne peuvent pas attendre ou qui veulent quand même l’acheter sur Xbox, on vous aura prévenus...
The problem with Advanced Warfighter isn't that it's a lesser beast than the 360 release; that's to be expected. It's that the game fails to stack up against the better recent Xbox shooters like Far Cry and Black. Played only offline, this is a disappointing experience, particularly for fans of the series. More mileage is available online, but be ready to be frustrated being shut out of all the games hosted by 360 players, all of whom will be having a much better time.
Il est souvent sage de savoir s'adapter. Ubisoft nous sert avec cette version Xbox de Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter un simple FPS militaire au gameplay sans saveur et à l'I.A. trop limitée, "auréolé" d'une réalisation voulant s'inspirer de sa grande soeur. Chose que la Xbox n'est pas capable de reproduire. Perdant coup sur coup son gameplay intense et son immersion percutante, le jeu ne tient pas la distance et on conseillera aux joueurs Xbox d'en rester au Ghost Recon 2 sorti l'an passé.
Alors qu’on aurait pu s’attendre à un Advanced Warfighter de la trempe de l’excellent Ghost Recon 2, Ubisoft nous sert un simple portage de la version Xbox 360 entaché d’un moteur graphique complètement dépassé, d’une IA exécrable et d’un manque de tactique flagrant. On peut le dire : Mitchell a été descendu sur Xbox.