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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier

Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 3 stars out of 4 If the organization and teamwork in the online modes for "Call of Duty" are akin to pickup basketball at the YMCA, the newest in the "Ghost Recon" series might be the shooter equivalent of playing in an NBA game. You're going to lose if you don't play together and utilize strategic thinking and communication skills. Of course, it also helps to learn to use "Future Soldier's" seemingly unlimited cache of snazzy guns, gadgets and drones that can be upgraded. The single-player campaign offers a few new tricks up its sleeves but suffers in comparison to other military shooters. If you're serious about killing strangers online with friends, however, "Future Soldier" should be the game of your future.
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