Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Island Thunder ##VERIFIED## Full Version PC Game ( Part 1 2 195 MB )
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Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Island Thunder Full Version PC Game ( Part 1 2 195 MB )
the first thing you’ll notice once you’ve logged into tom clancy’s ghost recon: island thunder’s multiplayer is that the game has just about every mode that you’d want. you’ve got the usual head-to-head and co-operative modes, and you can even jump straight into the maps and play the game the old-fashioned way. however, if you want to play online, you’re going to need to be connected to xbox live, and xbox live gold gives you access to a number of features.
when you’re playing island thunder’s multiplayer, you’ll get your own custom gamerpic, which you can use to identify yourself in the game. you can also choose to play with your friends, or you can start your own custom squad and invite your friends to join. you can even have your own custom loadouts, and you can even create your own custom modes.
the performance of island thunder didn’t disappoint us. the camera is a little wonky at times, and you’ll frequently find yourself having to adjust the settings in order to get the best view of the action, but it’s a minor flaw in a well-balanced package. the visuals are almost as good as the last games, with some nice textures, decent lighting effects and a top-notch audio track.
as for the gameplay, it’s pretty much what you’d expect. island thunder is pretty much a refined and updated version of the original game. it features the same four classes of soldier – the rifleman, the grenadier, the sniper and the medic – and the same number of maps and weapons, but you’ll now see some of the original maps in more of a’re-imagined’ form. the new maps are quite well-made and feature some very nice locations and props, but a few of the new ones, such as the local goat farms, are a little too much to be taken in at one go. the gameplay itself is more than adequate and allows the player to play the game in just about any style they like.
the biggest thing that the expansion pack lacks, however, is anything relating to the single-player campaign. this is a big deal, really, as the expansion pack is a standalone expansion pack. it doesn’t have to follow the same structure as the main game, and it’s highly unlikely that it will. but island thunder is missing something, and it’s the same as what was missing from the pc version of the main game. now, this doesn’t have to be a bad thing – in fact, it’s the best thing that could happen to the game. there’s nothing on offer in the way of a proper narrative, nothing in the way of a compelling storyline that would give the game some substance. the campaign is a series of set-piece missions. sure, they are set-piece missions that are arguably designed to be thrilling, but the lack of anything resembling a storyline leaves them feeling somewhat shallow. they’re fun enough, and there’s plenty of content here, but they’re not the kind of thing you’ll be thinking about long after you’ve finished playing. island thunder could have been something special, and it could have been a landmark entry in the ghost recon series, but it’s not. it’s just another expansion pack.
the graphics are good. they’re certainly good enough. the environments are colourful and detailed, and the palette is nicely varied. it’s not necessarily something that’ll blow your mind, but it’s still a fine-looking game. the missions are full of interesting assets, such as the vehicles. they’ll look great on the pc, but you can expect they’ll look even better on the ps3 and xbox 360 versions. the game has its fair share of small glitches, but nothing that will make you lose time. it’s not a great-looking game, but it’s certainly not a bad-looking game either. you get the feeling that ghost recon: island thunder was made with the ps3 and xbox 360 versions of the game in mind, and that’s not a bad thing.