After five years without a Ghost Recon game, it is almost a relief to see the arrival of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Future Soldier. Before we started to play, we were worried it might turn out to be a disappointment, but in the end, it is not. With something like 12 hours of gameplay in the single player campaign (which can be shared with up to three friends online), Ubisoft's new title is definitely entertaining. Mixing stealth missions - very reminiscent of Splinter Cell - with more action packed sequences, this new instalment is worthy of the two Advanced Warfighter games. The shooting mechanics are on par with today's best games of the genre, and using gadgets is a lot of fun. Check out all our videos and see for yourself.
@Megido: Polishing means just that, to make the experience more tight/better, not that it isn't working. Plus 1 month and 11 days ins't going to fix something broken, so I believe it's just polishing. (1 minute ago)
It's fair to be cynical but at least admit you're doing it. (8 minutes ago)
@Megido: You're taking it a step further and suggesting they won't even work on the game if it's "done." That's silly. (8 minutes ago)
And you're suggesting that they WON'T continue development on the core product, because "hey they can just make DLC now that they're done!" Come on. Games are never "done" anymore. (9 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: What i mean is that no publisher ever goes "Oh, the game is good but if you take another 2 months of full pay it'll be that extra bit better. Do it!" (10 minutes ago)