Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Take-Down: Missions in Korea
Here’s the Rainbow Six game almost no one has heard about. Released as a standalone product, Take-Down: Missions in Korea is a licensed South Korean-made Rainbow Six game with the usual tactical trimmings. Now I don’t have much to say about this game. In fact, it barely even runs in Windows XP (crashing intermittently), and even when I managed to run a mission I couldn’t play for very long because of some inexplicable slowdowns. Plus everything was in Korean, so I have no idea what the story is about. (Presumably it’s something to do with terrorists, but who knows?)
Outside of the odd technical issues (the original Rogue Spear ran in XP quite flawlessly), Take-Down: Missions in Korea adds several new Rainbow Six operatives, some Korean weaponry such as the K-1A Assault Rifle, and 25 new missions based in various Korean locales that range from office buildings, city streets, traditional palaces to exotic forests. So if you happen to know Korean, and if you happen to enjoy classic Rainbow Six, and if you happen to have a really old Windows 98 computer lying around… then boy is this the game you’ve been waiting for. For everyone else, this is an old, obscure and pretty unplayable expansion pack.
System Requirements: Pentium III 500 MHz, 64 MB RAM, 16 MB Video, Win95
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