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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3: Athena Sword
Game Description:Command the world's most elite, multinational squad of counter-terrorist operatives in their latest mission. In Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3: Athena Sword, Team RAINBOW tracks the desperate remnants of Gospic's terrorist organization into the exotic regions of the Mediterranean to prevent their agenda of international anarchy and devastation. In beautiful locations ranging from downtown Milan, Italy, to an outdoor market in Athens, Greece, lead your team against dangerous tangos in eight all-new single player missions and five new multiplayer maps. The game also features three new multiplayer game modes (Adversarial Terrorist Hunt, Adversarial Scattered Hunt and Capture the Enemy) as well as seven addition weapons (for a total of 64).
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