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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six
Game Description:You are the leader of Rainbow Six, a super-secret organization put together by the U.N. to fight terrorism. Your team is made up of the best of the best from countries around the world. When someone starts trouble, and the political situation makes things to hot for local enforcement to handle, your team comes in and takes care of business. The game itself is a first-person shooter with a real eye towards realism. Before each mission, you select which members of your team you're going to take with you into a fight, arm them with the appropriate real-world weaponry, divide them into teams, and then plot out on a map where each team is going to go, and what actions they're going to take. Once you leave the plotting stage, you choose which one of the squad leaders you'll play as and the mission begins. Each mission has its own objectives, but most of them revolve around rescuing hostages, stealing information, or other covert actions.
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