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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm
Game Description:Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm puts players in charge of a squad of highly-trained military operatives fighting to stop deadly mercenaries and drug traffickers in a near-future Columbia. Taking place in a variety of locations from small villages to sweltering jungles, stealth will be a key factor for victory, as players must descend upon enemies in camouflage and from the shadows like specters (hence the name "Ghost Recon"). Stealth along with the latest military gadgets and weaponry will ensure players have a fighting chance against these powerful mercenaries on their home turf. The game features single-player Campaign mode, Firefight, Defend, or Recon mode, as well as eight-player wireless co-op and deathmatch multiplay.
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