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Rainbow Six Vegas... What Happens in Rainbow Six, Stays in... - Rainbow Six Vegas... What Happens in Rainbow Six, Stays in...
Tue, February 20 2007 | 6:24PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"We have spent a great deal of time with Rainbow Six: Vegas playing the single player campaign on both regular and realistic modes, we have hunted terrorists alone and in groups, split screen and over Xbox Live and we have played hours of sharpshooter, attack and defend and retrieval matches. The single player game will entice you, co-op will pull you in and the multiplayer will keep you there. Overall the game is extremely satisfying and well worth the price of admission.even without an in-game advertising discount."
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