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Proving the tactical shooter still lives!

autumncurve | Feb. 26, 2013 | Review of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier

It may be a lot more accessible than past entries but it's hearts still in the right place as this proves to be one of the greatest tactical co-op shooters of the last few years. Played on its own it's a pretty safe campaign that wont test the hardcore tactical shooter fans skills; however it's undeniably fun working with three other friends in the campaign or guerilla modes (the latter of which starts to test your skill rather quickly as the waves become progressively difficult) and the multiplayer suite manages to blend a casual attitude with a more organised play. Stick with your team and work together and you will walk all over the opposing force. The gunsmith area is another welcome addition and provides a large amount of customisation and tinkering to be had. Overall, as a complete package it satisfies and fills a void that has been widening over the last few years with the lack of tactical, squad based cooperative shooters.