Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon & Ghost Recon: Island Thunder (2001)
Multiplayer - Shooter - Strategy - Tactical
||Ubi Soft Entertainment Software
||Red Storm Entertainment, Inc.
Island Thunder's premise is actually intriguing. It's the year 2010 and in the wake of Fidel Castro's death, Cuba finds itself on the verge of another violent revolution by powerful Communist loyalists that rather die than see a democratic regime come to power. Not only does this group command skilled guerillas but they also have drug money behind them and that's enough to intimidate voters. To ensure the elections go on as planned, the temporary President has asked for the aid of the United States. Fresh from the mission in Ghost Recon, the team is sent out to go up against the group and help bring peace to Cuba once and for all.
The year is 2008, and Russian rebels have taken over Moscow in an attempt to restore the old communist regime. You are in command of The Ghosts, an elite military team and the United States' first line of defense.
Both single-player and multiplayer modes are available. In the single-player missions, you have an entire platoon of men at your disposal. In multiplayer, you command just one man, with the rest of your platoon controlled by humans instead of the computer.
Ghost Recon is a first-person tactical shooter. You can choose one of four characters: sniper, rifleman, demolitions expert, and support expert, with specialists being unlocked as you complete the single-player missions.
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