Clancy’s Ghost Recon PC Game:
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Full game is a tactical shooter video game developed by Red Storm Entertainment and published by Ubisoft. The game was released on 13 November, 2001 for Windows, Mac OS, Xbox, PS 2, Nintendo GameCube. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon has 2 expansion packs, Desert Siege and Island Thunder.
Gameplay / Walkthrough:
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Free PC game pits the player against the eponymous Ghosts, an illusionary squad of US Army Special Forces from Delta Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group. They are grouped into three fireteams named using the NATO phonetic alphabet: Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie. But, you can select only six soldiers per mission. The PC game enables you to enjoy tactical control on the battlefield by issuing maneuver orders and rules of engagement by means of a command map.
The soldiers in the game are put into four character classes: Rifleman, Support, Demolitions and Sniper. Each class can carry a primary and secondary weapon that put into ‘kits’. Although the primary weapon is still the same in every kit, there is a wide variety of equipment to be selected as the secondary weapon. For every completed mission in the single-player campaign, each soldier that survives gains one Combat Point to upgrade their attributes. There are four basic categories of skill: Weapon, Stealth, Endurance and Leadership. The player also unlocks “specialists” from NATO or allied countries by completing extra mission objectives. The specialists are more experienced than the Ghosts and have more Combat Points, making them an essential part of the team. They are also equipped with weapons not available to standard soldiers. Two specialists are armed with the Objective Individual Combat Weapon, as part of field tests and implementation of the U.S. Army’s Land Warrior program. The specialist corps includes three women, who are the only female combatants in the game.Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon is a first-person perspective free game. There is a heads-up display on the screen providing information such as the soldier’s name, his assigned fireteam, weapon and ammo counter, a threat indicator, the targeting reticule, health status, and a stance indicator showing if the character is standing, crouched or prone). The bullets will not enter into the objects, but rather they will break the glasses into pieces. The game enables the player to use explosives or heavy gunfire to destroy wooden doors, and to finish anyone within the blast radius on the other side. Depending on a target’s armor, it is generally possible to neutralize a threat with one or two well-placed shots. If the player is ‘out of action’ during a mission, then he is taken to be dead, and not present for the rest of the mission. If a soldier is injured during the mission, he will remain injured unless he is replaced with a fresh soldier for the next mission.
Minimum System Requirements:
Operating System: Windows 2000/XP/7
Processor: Pentium 3 @ 1.4 GHz or Athlon Equivalent
Memory: 256 MB
Hard Drive: 1 GB Free
Video Memory: 26 MB (nVidia 3200+)
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible