Great game. I have to start my campaign a few times from the easiest level to the next to hardest. Which became a challenge at that point.
At first I was disappointed that you could shoot people behind walls and that was not real cool. Shooting an red image that didn't look like anything but as the campaign goes it starts getting harder and you glad to be able to shoot guys behind wall. Then you are sending your men in to do the shooting for you and I thought that was kind a sissy stuff, but again you end up needing to do that after a while.
Half way through the game you start using the drone a spy in the sky and your men and medic and other things are it's OK.
The very last stage was rip off. The AI really sucked. No matter what I did I could not progress pass a certain point. Well after 218 times and another day the AI let's me for no good reason shoot some things with the Helicopter little bird that I was not able to shoot at all. Well I guess the AI said enough let him win now. And that is what happened. Woopi.
A real surprise was in the multi player mode I was able to play one person and they had 30 or 40 different maps that were not part of the story mode. And they were really good with many different modes. Capture the flag, shoot everybody, etc... I got a few weeks of good play out of the game but I will return it for the next greatest game out there for PS3.
I was playing this on HD 50" TV. Can't imagine playing on a smaller screen again.
both are good shooters in there own right, the one downfall that rainbow six vegas has over graw2 is; in graw2 you can tell the server speed whether if it is good or not, meaning it will be in green for good, while r6v you have to ask the people how the server is before playing. also r6v is a much slower paced game then graw2 which is more strategy. both titles are worth owning. the graphics for the ps3 versions hands down are better than xbox 360. tom clancy did his homework on these games.
there's two many shooters out there so if you are going to by them, make sure each one stands alone.