This bundle from Ubisoft contains three previously released Tom Clancy Xbox games. Included are full versions of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon (2002), Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell (2002), and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3 (2003).
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon takes squad-based combat to the battlefields of Eastern Europe, as modern-day Green Berets embark on 15 missions to contain a rebellion before it spirals out of control and leads to global war. These elite soldiers, known as "Ghosts" for their ability to strike without warning and then disappear without a trace, are under the full command and guidance of players as they work to stop radicals who have seized Moscow and plan on returning the Soviet Union to its former power. A port of the best-selling PC game, Ghost Recon for Xbox features online play via Xbox Live, system link support for up to 16 players, and split-screen cooperative or competitive action for two.
Combining the stealth, tactics, and action popularized in both the Rainbow Six and Ghost Recon franchises, Splinter Cell introduces a new Tom Clancy series, featuring a single character instead of the team-oriented play found in Red Storm's successful squad-based shooter games. The title alludes to the secret organization players become a part of -- an offshoot of the NSA called Third Echelon, whose members rigorously serve to protect America using whatever means necessary. Players embark on a series of nine missions to eliminate potential security threats, by covertly infiltrating and destroying the data and communications critical to cyber-terrorist operations.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3 continues the squad-based shooter series with 14 new single-player missions, nine multiplayer maps, and over 30 weapons. Instead of porting the PC's Raven Shield, the developers at Ubi Soft Montreal opted instead to create an original release designed specifically for the console. Rainbow Six 3 for Xbox does away with the planning phase found in the PC version of the game. Players control Team RAINBOW's Ding Chavez throughout the entire solo campaign, commanding fellow agents Louis Loiselle, Dieter Weber, and Eddie Price. Players will issue orders to teammates (such as tossing a flash grenade into a room after opening a door) using the directional pad. The available list of commands varies depending on the situation at hand. ~ All Game Guide