Tom Clancy Games
Inspired by the works of a best-selling author, these Tom Clancy games bring intrigue and excitement to your console and computer. Filled with storylines that have a feel of real possibility, these games play out like novels you can't put down until you're finished the last page. See how your imagination stacks up against the developers' imaginations as you play your way through this list:
- "Rainbow Six Vegas 2" The environment is picture perfect in "Rainbow Six Vegas 2." There aren't any planets to land on or apocalyptic wastelands filled with zombies. Instead, you get to mix it up on planet Earth and the smaller foreign planet of Las Vegas. The feel of this game hopefully made Tom Clancy proud because the detail is magnificent and the visuals bring you deeper into the game without a need to suspend disbelief. A great game that fulfills the strategy and the first person shooter hunger in any gamer.
- "Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2" Teammates are important in a mission and with "Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2" you get to choose your teammates for each mission, which gives a customized feel to the game. Unlike its predecessor, your team can return from the near dead so that you don't have to worry about a killed teammate weakening or ending your chance at a successful mission. The artificial intelligence in this Tom Clancy game is getting up to snuff and makes this game even better than the original.
- "Splinter Cell" Stealth and tech toys reign supreme in this Tom Clancy game. Avoid detection while achieving your mission goals as well as getting to drop a few foes along the way in this fun title. "Splinter Cell" lets you build up your deviousness as well as your patience, which makes it a rare game since running in and shooting up the place will fail you out quicker than showing up in a clown suit to boot camp.
- "Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory" Sam Fisher returns and goes back to his sneaky ways in "Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory." This game adds another element to the subterfuge as you must pay attention not just to staying in shadows but to avoid being a bumbling goof and making too much noise. Not seen and not heard means a more difficult Tom Clancy game that helps sink you deeper into each mission and gives you a greater ownership over your character being the best he can be as you key in your own senses to figure out the best way through each map.
- "Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter" There's a happy medium in games when you work with a team that's fueled by artificial intelligence and Tom Clancy inspired games are no different. On one hand you want your team to be capable in both defense and offense, and on the other hand you don't want them to be able to finish missions while you cower behind a burnt out truck. With "Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter" your team will definitely not be completing missions without you but they do slack off in attacking. This doesn't hurt the game too terribly, but you will have to work a bit harder on your own in order to succeed. All things considered, it's a lot of fun and that's the key ingredient for any game, Tom Clancy inspired or not.