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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas

Release Date: 16-Nov-2006

Developed By: Ubisoft

Published By: Ubisoft

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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six is the next-generation hardware debut in the most dramatic installment of the renowned first-person shooter franchise to date. In Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas, Rainbow operatives take to the streets of Las Vegas as a terrorist siege in the city threatens to take world terrorism to new, uncontrollable heights.

Global security hangs in the balance as you battle to defend Las Vegas locations and environments like Fremont Street, the Strip, and world-famous casinos. Experience Las Vegas like never before, through revolutionary next-generation technology as you work against the clock to keep one of the world’s most recognizable cities from utter devastation.

Next-gen A.I.: Next-generation technology brings a higher level of artificial intelligence to Rainbow Six. You will encounter deadlier, more skilled enemies who work together as a group to counter every move you make.

New leader, new team: Team Rainbow ushers in a new breed of heroes. Tactics play a major role in your team's success, as each member comes equipped with his own specialized skills

Special order location: Experience a new level of squad-based realism as your teammates offer real-time tactical suggestions like busting through walls or hacking computers, all in a race against time.

Planning and Observation: Use tactical planning to maneuver through the Vegas environments, while utilizing high-tech equipment such as snake cams to locate terrorist targets.

Real-time immersion: Prepare yourself for a new level of in-game immersion with real-time mission briefings, all in the midst of the most intense combat ever played.

Advanced animations: Exerience motion-captured assault and recon techniques such as fast roping, rappelling, window entry, blind-cover fire, and more.

Customizable multiplayer: Create your own multiplayer character that evolves as you play online, unlocking new equipment and achievements as you go.


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Fallout: New Vegas is progressing robot/human 'relations'
(via Xbox 360 Fanboy) - Fallout: New Vegas features robot sex. We know you prefer a little bit of easing into the main thesis of our news articles, but there's just no way we could contain our excitement for this delightful development. The ESRB rating for Obsidian's desert-crawling action-RPG explains, "there is also an extended sequence suggesting (no depiction) sexual activity with a robot.
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Fallout: New Vegas Has Robot Sex
(via IGN) -- Fallout: New Vegas (X360)"Something wrong with someone if they got to f**k a machine?"
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Fallout: New Vegas ESRB rating reveals sexual activity with a robot Fallout: New Vegas
(via Game Radar) - There are robot prostitutes in Fallout: New Vegas. If this news had been revealed any other way, it would only have been mildly amusing, but because it was revealed by the ESRB's description of the game's content, it's extremely amusing. We know it didn't go down this way, but all we can imagine is a thin-lipped, snarling woman with Betty White hair dictating to a typist in a drier-than-Death-Valley voice, "There is also an extended sequence suggesting sexual activity with a robot.
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Big publishers with big budgets scramble while indie guys shoot for the stars This is Vegas
(via Game Radar) - Platforms like Facebook and the iPhone have made video games more accessible than ever before, while the PS3 and Xbox 360 promise to keep offering the biggest and best ‘AAA’ games money can buy. But what happens when these two clashing sides of the industry continue to pull at the same tug-of-war? Well, there were two headlines in the news this week that might seem unrelated, but they're the perfect comparative example to what's happening in the world of games.
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This is Vegas cancelled, $50 million lost... lol This is Vegas
(via Game Radar) - Remember This is Vegas? It's okay if you don't. When the game was announced in 2008, we noted it in our "good luck with that" file and forgot about it. Guess they weren't so lucky - the game is apparently as gone as my rent money was the last time I stood up from a blackjack table.
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Report: This Is Vegas cancelled
(via QJ) -- Remember This is Vegas? The sandbox style title announced by Midway way back in 2008? Well, after three years of development, coupled with some staff lay-offs and management changes, it looks like Surreal Software’s Sin City tribute
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Rumor: This is canceled: This is Vegas
(via Xbox 360 Fanboy) - CVG reports it has a "cast iron source" claiming This is Vegas has finally been buried out in the desert somewhere. The title was under development at Surreal Software for Midway before the publisher folded. The property was then scooped up by Warner Bros. Interactive, but apparently met its (inevitable) conclusion when the developer was quietly shut down in June.
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This is Vegas Allegedly Canceled by Warner Bros.
(via 1Up) - The open-world game of gambling and debauchery This is Vegas has been canceled, reports CVG. The story cites sources close to the project, claiming that Warner Bros. has officially called off development.
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This Is Vegas 'totally canned'?
(via Gamespot) -- WBIE's Sin City tribute said to have been shut down following closure of Surreal Software in June; $50 million spend for naught.
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Fallout: New Vegas kills post-endgame exploration for a strong ending. Good idea or big mistake? Fallout: New Vegas
(via Game Radar) - If you want to carry on exploring the western wasteland of Fallout: New Vegas after you've finished the game, you'll have to start again from scratch or travel back in time. That's the word from Director Josh Sawyer, who has just clarified recent statements that once the game is done, it's done.
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Fallout: New Vegas will have a 'definitive ending'
(via QJ) -- When Fallout: New Vegas ends, it ends. No more exploring the wasteland and seeing whatever changes you've caused it to undergo after beating the game. Project director Josh Sawyer explains why.
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Fallout New Vegas Director Explains Its Definitive Ending
(via 1Up) - While Fallout: New Vegas is pretty much done (at the moment, the development team at Obsidian is focused purely on bugfixing, since all the content is complete), some recent news has come out about its definitive ending.
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Fallout: New Vegas gameplay preview
(via CVG) - Living the first hour of post-apocalyptic Nevada. Fallout 3 began with a birth. Fallout: New Vegas kicks off with death. Well, almost; as a courier hired by Mojave Express, your job to deliver a package to the Las Vegas strip ends prematurely thanks to an unidentified man in a chequered jacket and a gang of goons.
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New Vegas 'graphically no different to Fallout 3'
(via CVG) - GamesMaster admits Fallout: New Vegas is "no revolution". The guys over at GamesMaster somehow got their grubby little hands on an early version of Obsidian's Fallout: New Vegas (don't ask us how and we won't have to lie).Related StoriesVideo: Little kid owns Dance CentralCrysis 2 review scores will be '90-plus' - EAFrom Dust video is impressive360 gets exclusive H.
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News: Fallout: New Vegas has definitive ending
(via OXM) -- No DLC to 'add' the ending as seen with Fallout 3, says producer. Fallout: New Vegas' producer has told Destructoid that it will feature a definitive end that can't be stretched out with DLC.
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Gamescom: Fallout: New Vegas – Heading South
(via IGN) -- Fallout: New Vegas (X360)One hour. One direction. No limits.
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Fallout: New Vegas Updated Hand-On
(via Gamespot) -- We spent an hour customizing our character, chasing geckos, and roaming the wasteland in ObsidianÂ’s post-apocalyptic RPG.
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News: Fallout: New Vegas monster pre-order bonus details
(via OXM) -- Four different pre-order packs available from four different outlets... Bethesda has released details of the UK Fallout: New Vegas pre-order bonuses.
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Fallout: New Vegas UK Collector's Edition revealed
(via CVG) - GAME and Gamestation offer Poker-themed pack. Bethesda's detailed a Collector's Edition for Fallout: New Vegas - and it's Poker-themed, as you might expect.Related StoriesHalo: Reach Firefight screens bound inFable 3 screens from GamesComDance Central tracks revealedNew Halo: Reach ViDoc releasedNew
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News: Fallout: New Vegas chased Matthew Perry following talk show
(via OXM) -- Friends star was approached for voice-acting role. Friends star Matthew Perry was approached for a voice-acting role in Fallout: New Vegas after he was seen praising Fallout 3 on talk shows.
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What's new in Fallout: New Vegas?
(via QJ) -- There are a lot of games in the genre, but when it comes to an engaging shooting experience, the Fallout series is one name that you shouldn't ignore. The stakes are higher in Fallout: New Vegas, and
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Fallout: New Vegas brings back Ron Perlman
(via Xbox 360 Fanboy) - War. War never changes ... and neither will the narrator for the intro to the next Fallout game, either! Ron Perlman has been tapped to do the voice work on Fallout: New Vegas' introductory cinematic, once again regaling us with the tale of post-apocalyptic America and introducing us to the game's main character: you.
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New screens of Fallout New Vegas
(via Xboxyde) -- Bethesda is obviously present at this 2010 edition of QuakeCon with their games, so here are 4 new screens of Fallout: New Vegas where you can see new locations and some characters you'll meet in the Mojave Wasteland.
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QuakeCon 2010: See more of RAGE, Fallout: New Vegas, Brink, and Hunted: The Demon’ s Forge RAGE
(via Game Radar) - Above: In Fallout: New Vegas, Michael Dorn will reprise his role as Marcus, the super intelligent Super Mutant from Fallout 2 QuakeCon 2010 is in full swing. But if you couldn’t make it the convention, you can check out a ton of new images released by Bethesda for their games at the show.
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Preview: Fallout: New Vegas
(via Xbox 360 Fanboy) - When I played Fallout: New Vegas at E3 earlier this year, I got the impression that it was basically more of the same -- there was the same faction-based open-ended gameplay as Bethesda's acclaimed Fallout 3, the same VATS-flavored first-person shooting, and the same dialogue-driven story, albeit in a new setting.
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Fallout: New Vegas and The Strip
(via IGN) -- Fallout: New Vegas (X360)What happens in New Vegas does not stay in New Vegas.
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Fallout: New Vegas Updated Hands-On - An Hour in the Slums of Freeside
(via Gamespot) -- We have only one precious hour to explore the slums of Freeside on the outskirts of New Vegas at QuakeCon 2010. Will we make it out alive?
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Fallout: New Vegas cast includes Felicia Day, Danny Trejo, Matthew Perry, and Wayne Newton Fallout: New Vegas
(via Game Radar) -   Bethesda has just revealed the cast of actors who will be starring in Fallout: New Vegas. We weren’t surprised to learn that Ron Perlman would be reprising his role as the narrator in Fallout: New Vegas. But there are several surprising celebrities who will also be lending their voices to the upcoming follow-up to Fallout 3.
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Bethesda Details Fallout: New Vegas Voice Cast
(via Game Spy) -- Fallout: New Vegas (X360)Wayne Newton, Matthew Perry, Danny Trejo among the voices you'll hear in the game.
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Fallout: New Vegas Cast Includes Hellboy, Chandler, Wayne Newton
(via 1Up) - We heard Liam Neeson lend his gravitas-filled voice to the father in Fallout 3, and Bethesda has now followed suit with even more celebrities voicing characters in Fallout: New Vegas. Ron Perlman makes a return as the narrator, of course.
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