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One more game in the backlog beaten. Wow, I'm really shaving it down. There aren't too many games left. This was actually my first 360 game that I owned. Therefore, this game was sitting in my collection unbeaten ...
One more game in the backlog beaten. Wow, I'm really shaving it down. There aren't too many games left. This was actually my first 360 game that I owned. Therefore, this game was sitting in my collection unbeaten the longest. At the beginning, I played a lot more of the multiplayer than I did the campaign. I think I actually went straight to the multiplayer (something I normally don't do) and eventually started the campaign much later. The campaign took me a while to get through because I kept getting more and more games and got distracted. But now, after ALL these years, it's finally done. It was an okay game overall. I'm really not a Ghost Recon fan. The only other one I've played besides this one was the very first Ghost Recon, and I remember not liking it. In fact, I remember not liking the majority of Tom Clancy games in the past. Maybe it was just because I was a kid at the time and had no patience for them. I really don't know. This was one of only two army games I own for the 360. The other is Modern Warfare 2. I'm generally not interested in them. I think the only reason G.R.A.W. peaked my interest was because it was more "sci-fi" with the advanced technology within the game. That, and one my best friends had the game, so.
Looks like Splinter Cell: Double Agent is up next. After that, I'm not sure. There are at least a couple games in my backlog that I have accepted will probably remain unbeaten for specific reasons.