Whenever a new Tom Clancy game comes out, a part of me says, "Oh boy, what did Clancy come up with this time?" And when GR: Predator came out, i was a bit worried i would waste my time renting yet ANOTHER Ghost Recon game. Let me tell you, this was worth my time, let me tell you why:
Gameplay: Tom Clancy stuck to the basic GR gameplay, you slowly push through enemy forces with hi-tech guns and technology, being ever so careful not to get caught up in an ambush when it really can't happen. Despite the boring gameplay, it felt polished and more intense now, making me a bit fearful when a platoon of enemy soldiers comes right out of the underbush right after i launched a grenade at one before. Enemies are much more smarter and startegy is actually key now!
Storyline: You are a Predator, best of the best Ghost Recon troops. Sometime in the near future, you're stuck in the thick jungles of Sri Lanka, desperate for an evac. While you do have a squad to back you up when things get rough, you truly get used to be being alone in the thick jungles and variety of landscapes.
Sound/Graphics: Sound isn't that bad, it's definitly not next-gen quality, neither is Graphics, but it's not as bad as previous PSP games.
Conclusion: The only true reason i didn't give it a 10, was because the Gameplay wasn't that much. Yes, Tom Clancy took a break from the annoying Mexican Terrorists that were thrown at us during the original GRAW games, but the i was looking out for something truly different. But still, this is a fantastic game and should be considered definitly, nice game.
:foondrink: to Tom Clancy, who finally realized we gamers were bored of shooting annoying and stupid Mexican Terrorists.