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Raven Shield:
Command an elite multinational squad of special operatives against hidden terrorist forces. In Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield, the third installment to the wildly popular Rainbow Six series, Team Rainbow faces the hidden global forces of a new and secretive foe. Command Rainbow in a race against time - in locations including England, Norway, the Caribbean islands, and Rio de Janeiro during Carnaval - to stop a madman and his doomsday plot.
Athena Sword:
Command the world's most elite force of multinational counter-terrorist operatives in their latest mission. Track the desperate remnants of the international terror network from Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six® 3: Raven Shield™ into the exotic regions of the Mediterranean and prevent their mad agenda of international anarchy and devastation.
Rainbow Six 3 Gold Download Features
Pick your team members, assembled from the best counter-terrorism and military units from around the world. Then outfit them with the right armor, weapons, and high-technology equipment for the mission at hand.
After equipping your team, plot out the assault of the target area on the map interface. Lay out a plan for each squad to maximize surprise, stealth, and safety.
After all the planning - execute! In first-person mode, lead one squad or control all three through different radio commands and signals. Enter and clear a room of terrorists, rescue hostages, defuse bombs, and recover vital intelligence to help you in later missions.
All-new eight-mission campaign in locations from Italy and Croatia to Greece.
Five new multiplayer levels (Chemical Factory, Ferry Boat, University, Italian Alleys, and Jungle).
Three new multiplayer game modes (Adversarial Terrorist Hunt, Adversarial Scattered Hunt, and Capture the Enemy).
Seven additional real-world weapons (for a total of 64) with sound effects from the team that worked on the blockbuster movie The Matrix.
Three bonus classic missions from the original Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six® and Tom Clancy's Rogue Spear®, updated with the latest graphics and technology.
Please note that as of August 2016, the online features for this game are no longer supported. The Multiplayer mode / Co-op mode will no longer be accessible.

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Red Storm Entertainment
Ubisoft Montreal
Ubisoft Entertainment
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • Supported OS: Windows® /2000/XP (only)
  • Processor: 800 MHz Pentium® III, AMD Athlon™, or equivalent (1.3 GHz Pentium 4, AMD Athlon, or equivalent recommended)
  • Memory: 128 MB RAM (XP users: 256 MB RAM required)
  • Graphics: 32 MB DirectX® 8-compliant 3D video card with hardware T&L
  • DirectX Version: DirectX 8.1 or higher (DX9 included)
  • Sound: DirectX 8.1-compliant sound card
  • Hard Drive: 3 GB minimum hard drive space
  • Multiplayer: You must create an Ubi.com account prior to attempting multiplayer, the in-game link to account creation no longer works, please use this URL.
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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six® 3 Gold, available for €4.99am I've been playing the Game for longer than just the 6 Hours given by Steam. Had bought it in a Game magazine at the time And only acquired it again much later on Steam. From the Concept I like the Game very much, there are varied Missions and Nice Ragdoll and Blues effects. I would give the Game 6.5/10 Points. Here is a short List of what I think is good and what I think is bad. Positive Ragdoll Bloodwork Effects Varied Missions Very large Weapon selection Many Cards Many Camouflage patterns for the Unit Good Story You can switch Between units Negative Hitboxing Target Help, ingame Aimbot. Bad AI Bad Animations Because of the fair Purchase Price, I'll give you a Buy recommendation.
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I liked to play the first two Parts "Rainbow Six" and "Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear." So I expected the same Fare As in my Predecessors-and got it. I didn't play the Game on Steam, hence the short Game time. In fact, I played about 12 Hours to complete the 15 Missions. With the Add-On "Athena Sword" you get 8 more Main Missions, which tell the Story further. For The Positive thing: If you're looking for uncompromising tactics shooters, you've come to the right place. You can plan your Mission down to the Last detail yourself or you can take a prefabricated Deployment plan. When Used, the most accurate Follow-up to the Plan is important, otherwise the End comes sooner than you might think. You have the Choice between Specialists for different Tasks and you have Everything you need to Do with the tactics heart. To The Negative: The Story is really lame and the Presentation is anything but engaging. Even the Opponents remain absolutely Faceless. If you are looking for Excitement here, you are wrong. This results solely from the Mission and its Difficulty. Graphics and Music now seem very old baked and somehow colourblos/arbitrary. Even in 4k and all the Details, it couldn't excite me anymore. With the Add-On "Athena Sword" the Whole thing improved a bit. However, it remains as mau in story terms as it is in the Main Game. After all, there are a few more Videos to watch. In Return, however, the Voiceover in the Briefings was omitted. That's pretty incomprehensible. The Sound itself is quite ok, but nothing extraordinary. What robbed me of the last Nerve, however, was the really stupid K.I in places. Again and again one dies because the Comrades Do not manage to do a simple Task, like "go through The door." This produces Frustration. Again, the Add-On seems a little better. For frust-tolerant, hard-edged Tacticians, I can recommend the Game, especially since it is also really demanding. For People entitled to Story, elaborated Characters and with low Frustration tolerance: Keep looking for a better Game!
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