Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars 3D 3DS
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Released on 23/03/2011
As the commander of the Ghosts, the best special operations fighting force in the world, your mission is to stop the Russian ultranationalist Yuri Treskayev from coming to power. From the hot deserts of Kazakhstan to the villages of Ukraine and the frozen lands of Siberia, you must discover and disable the secret Soviet-era “Dead Hand” bases which Treskayev is using to build an army of drones. You will have access to full resources to build, train, and equip your team, using most recent high -tech weapons and armor.
Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars 3D for Nintendo 3DS Features:
A new way to experience the critically-acclaimed Ghost Recon series
- Discover a rich and deep tactical gameplay, never seen before in a Ghost Recon game
- Enjoy eye-popping 3D cutscenes and in-game effects, where enemies and objects appear to be jumping out at you!
- Tilt the Nintendo 3DS™ system to look behind buildings and obstructions for a more tactical view.
- Use the Touch Screen for quick and easy mini-map navigation
Train and manage the best special ops unit
- Choose among six unique classes, each with their own special skills:
Commando, Sniper, Recon, Engineer, Gunner and Medic.
- Unlock new skills and equipment by progressing in the game.
- Equip your ghosts with the most advanced combat gear—and even drones!
Try to thwart the Russian nationalists evil plans in a deep and credible Clancy scenario
- Explore various environments with an Eastern European flavor
- Story mode with 37 missions for more than 30 hours of gameplay
- Unlock 20 challenging “skirmish” missions with 3 levels of difficulty
Challenge your friends
- Eleven one-on-one duel maps let you determine who is the best special ops squad leader
- Play against each other on one 3DS!
It made some seriously cinematic games over the years, but now the French publisher Ubisoft is taking the plunge and opening up a movie division with the ultimate aim of creating films and TV shows based around its video games.
That according to the Hollywood newspaper Variety, anyway thanks for the spot, Eurogamer who announced last week that Ubisoft Motion Pictures is being formed, headed by Jean-Julien Baronnet, who already worked with famous directors like Luc Besson, the man behind Leon and The Fifth Element.
It early days, so wee not sure yet which Ubisoft games will be getting the big screen treatment, but Ubisoft already been sending out questionnaires asking gamers if they want to go to the cinema to see movies based on Ghost Recon or Assassin Creed.
We reckon that Ezio Auditore renaissance adventures would be particularly well-suited for a life on the silver screen: Assassin Creed has action, adventure, and a weird sci-fi twist that should ensure blockbuster dominance.
As Eurogamer points out, though, Ubisoft already had a bit of a run-up at Hollywood, in the form of last year Prince of Persia movie, starring Jake Gyllenhaal. What did you make of that one?
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