Ghost Recon has been a highly anticipated release for the Xbox 360, but missed the November 2005 launch. It was pushed back twice in order to ensure the game was not rushed, and was finally released in March, 2006. This version of the series comes with lots of improvements and additional features, but the core of the game is the single-player campaign. GRAW is still the same methodically paced, squad-based sniper game, but the formula has been polished to be palatable for today’s generation. Xbox Live support has been added to this version, so players can get together for sqad-based fun.
|Title||Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter|
|ESRB Rating||Teen (Blood, Language, Violence)|
|Release Date||March 7, 2006|
|Genre||Action / Squad-based Shooter / First Person Shooter|
|Features||1-4 players, Dolby 5.1 Surround, Custom Soundtracks, HDTV 720p, Voice|
|Multiplayer Features||2-16 online players, Xbox Live Scorecard, Xbox Live Adware|
Here’s some promo copy about the game from Ubisoft:
The face of war has changed in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter™. Enemy lines blur and there is no longer a clear opponent. New enemies and new threats require a new type of warfare and a new type of soldier. Enter the Ghosts. In 2013, the U.S. Army will implement the Integrated Warfighter System evolving what we know as the modern soldier. IWS combines advanced weapon systems, satellite communication devices, and enhanced survivability into one fully integrated combat system. The IWS program has been developed to meet these new threats head on. Now, it can be tested on the battlefield.
In this next installment in Ubisoft’s award-winning squad-based military shooter series, become the soldier of the future. Equipped with cutting edge weapons and communications systems, you will find yourself immersed in a detailed universe that sets the stage for the urban war of the near future.