Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 ReviewPosted on 2007-07-20 13:48:45 by Thomas De Maesschalck
The truth is that GRAW 2 just doesn’t feel substantially different to the first game however and despite a few smaller tweaks the vast majority of interface and game design is the same, with a lot of the levels painted with the same sandy, Mexican pueblo palette. It’s not so much a flaw in the game, as GRAW 2 is still fun to play and tactical shooter fans will find just what they need within it, but even those avowed fans of the genre and series may end up looking down on GRAW 2. It doesn’t really add to the features taken from the first GRAW and the player is left feeling cheated, wondering what happened to the revolutionary sequel they were promised and where they got the new GRAW map pack from.
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