IGN reviews Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas. This game is available now on the Xbox 360, PS3, PSP, and PC platforms. Video review after the jump.

Rainbow Six: Vegas returns to form as an excellent tactical shooter, but is much more accessible for the average shooter fan with streamlined controls and a simple health system. The sprawling levels like the glowing Fremont Street or the Hoover Dam open up Rainbow like it’s never been before, and the result is a balanced shooter that is as much close-quarter combat as long-range head shots

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IGN reviews Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas. This game is available now on the Xbox 360, PS3, PSP, and PC platforms. Video review after the jump.

Rainbow Six: Vegas returns to form as an excellent tactical shooter, but is much more accessible for the average shooter fan with streamlined controls and a simple health system. The sprawling levels like the glowing Fremont Street or the Hoover Dam open up Rainbow like it’s never been before, and the result is a balanced shooter that is as much close-quarter combat as long-range head shots

[via IGN]