IGN said:Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter is a next-generation game in the fullest sense, whether it's the loaded package of impressive graphics and special effects, the top-notch sound, or the tactically enhanced gameplay. Red Storm's four-plus months of extra time have served the game incredibly well and you can see the difference in the screenshots and you will feel it in the gameplay. It's still Ghost Recon, which is to say it's still a rather acquired taste in first/third-person shooters, but as the series goes, this one is easily the best one yet. You'll be impressed with the stunning single-player game, and when you're done, you'll finally get to play long sessions on Xbox Live with an online game that's fully equipped to deliver a next-gen package. My advice, get this game, or get thee to a nunnery!
lee_c00per said:For some one like me who doesn't hav LIVE this stillseems well worth getting. I though it was mainly an online game
zAndy1 said:I didn't think there was anywhere left that couldn't get broadband! Where are you, so I can remember never to move there lol!
michaelT1888 said:why do some areas of the UK still not have broadband in this day of age
lee_c00per said:I live in the South Directly between Ashford and Canterbury, teo towns which are fully running with broadband. Even the three small villages surrounding us have broadband but we don't as there aren't enough houses to give us braodband, even though we are less then 2 minutes walk from the exchange where they connect the broadband.
It's like a prison here and can't wait to move out, plus i'm glad i am now starting to learn to drive