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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter
Game Description:In Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 3, players will embody Captain Scott Mitchell as he commands the Ghosts and Special Forces allies equipped with the IWS in the quest to save the president of the United States, recover stolen nuclear codes and eliminate a vicious band of renegade soldiers hell-bent on unleashing catastrophe. The third game major entry in the Ghost Recon franchise was originally planned to be a multiconsole game for all platforms. The platform plans, however, were later narrowed to specific systems, and a GameCube game is now not planned for release.
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