The History Of The Rainbow Six Series Part 4

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The History Of The Rainbow Six Series Part 4
The History Of The Rainbow Six Series Part 4

Here we go again as we look at the next installment in the Rainbow Six series.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six 3 (2003/2004) Xbox, PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube

Rainbow Six was no stranger to console having appeared on PlayStation, Nintendo 64 and Sega Dreamcast. But this would be the series’ first entry on this generation of console. The game was originally released on the Xbox before making an appearance on the PlayStation 2 and GameCube the following year.

While this version is called Rainbow Six 3, you will notice the subtitle is missing. That is because the console versions are completely different to the PC. There is no complex planning of missions before you do them like in the PC version (which is one of the major things about the Rainbow Six series) and in general, the game has a much more action feel to it. The story was also very different to what the PC version offered. The rainbow team is sent to South America to investigate a series of terrorist attacks and soon finds out that it is the president of Venezuela who is behind them.

Players now only control one character, Ding Chavez who is the field commander of the Rainbow team. You can still dish out orders to the rest of the team, but you only have direct control of the one character. In general, this is a much more streamlined Rainbow Six experience. But while this sounds bad, Rainbow Six 3 on console is actually a very fun game in its own right, especially the Xbox version which got great reviews at the time. The PlayStation and GameCube versions of the game did not get quite as high review scores at the time. 

Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare Halloween Event
Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare Halloween Event!

Now, this is a pleasant surprise! While all eyes are firmly on Call Of Duty World War II. Most of us thought that Activision had pretty much wiped their hands clean of Infinite Warfare, well as far as new content went. But that has proven not to be the case.

While we all know that Overwatch is having their annual Halloween event. The big surprise this week is that Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare is also going to be having some fun this Halloween. Running up until the 1st of November. Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare players will be able to score some awesome supply drops that have themed loot. The event is being called Willard Wyler’s Halloween Scream and it sounds like a blast. The Carnage multiplayer map looks awesome and we are also getting double XP as well.

A new game mode is being added called Gesture Warfare which allows you to kill opponents by using hand gestures! Now this sound crazy, but it looks like something that is going to be a ton of fun.

There has also been talk of boss battles from the Zombies mode being made into their own thing, but this is one thing that Activision has not really been clear on. We do not know if they are adding bosses to the zombie's maps or putting them all together in their own mode. Either way, you can count us in with this as our modded controllers are awesome in zombies mode.

We think it is really cool that Activision are having this last update in Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare as one last hurrah for the game before Call Of Duty World War II is released. 

The History Of The Rainbow Six Series

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The History Of The Rainbow Six Series

The History Of The Rainbow Six Series

Here we go again as we look at the next installment in the Rainbow Six series.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six 3 (2003/2004) Xbox, PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube

Rainbow Six was no stranger to console having appeared on PlayStation, Nintendo 64 and Sega Dreamcast. But this would be the series’ first entry on this generation of console. The game was originally released on the Xbox before making an appearance on the PlayStation 2 and GameCube the following year.

While this version is called Rainbow Six 3, you will notice the subtitle is missing. That is because the console versions are completely different to the PC. There is no complex planning of missions before you do them like in the PC version (which is one of the major things about the Rainbow Six series) and in general, the game has a much more action feel to it. The story was also very different to what the PC version offered. The rainbow team is sent to South America to investigate a series of terrorist attacks and soon finds out that it is the president of Venezuela who is behind them.

Players now only control one character, Ding Chavez who is the field commander of the Rainbow team. You can still dish out orders to the rest of the team, but you only have direct control of the one character. In general, this is a much more streamlined Rainbow Six experience. But while this sounds bad, Rainbow Six 3 on console is actually a very fun game in its own right, especially the Xbox version which got great reviews at the time. The PlayStation and GameCube versions of the game did not get quite as high review scores at the time.

Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare Halloween Event!

Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare Halloween Event!

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Now, this is a pleasant surprise! While all eyes are firmly on Call Of Duty World War II. Most of us thought that Activision had pretty much wiped their hands clean of Infinite Warfare, well as far as new content went. But that has proven not to be the case.

While we all know that Overwatch is having their annual Halloween event. The big surprise this week is that Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare is also going to be having some fun this Halloween. Running up until the 1st of November. Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare players will be able to score some awesome supply drops that have themed loot. The event is being called Willard Wyler’s Halloween Scream and it sounds like a blast. The Carnage multiplayer map looks awesome and we are also getting double XP as well.

A new game mode is being added called Gesture Warfare which allows you to kill opponents by using hand gestures! Now this sound crazy, but it looks like something that is going to be a ton of fun.

There has also been talk of boss battles from the Zombies mode being made into their own thing, but this is one thing that Activision has not really been clear on. We do not know if they are adding bosses to the zombie’s maps or putting them all together in their own mode. Either way, you can count us in with this as our modded controllers are awesome in zombies mode.

We think it is really cool that Activision are having this last update in Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare as one last hurrah for the game before Call Of Duty World War II is released. 

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Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare Halloween Event!

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Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare Halloween Event!

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Now, this is a pleasant surprise! While all eyes are firmly on Call Of Duty World War II. Most of us thought that Activision had pretty much wiped their hands clean of Infinite Warfare, well as far as new content went. But that has proven not to be the case.

While we all know that Overwatch is having their annual Halloween event. The big surprise this week is that Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare is also going to be having some fun this Halloween. Running up until the 1st of November. Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare players will be able to score some awesome supply drops that have themed loot. The event is being called Willard Wyler’s Halloween Scream and it sounds like a blast. The Carnage multiplayer map looks awesome and we are also getting double XP as well.

A new game mode is being added called Gesture Warfare which allows you to kill opponents by using hand gestures! Now this sound crazy, but it looks like something that is going to be a ton of fun.

There has also been talk of boss battles from the Zombies mode being made into their own thing, but this is one thing that Activision has not really been clear on. We do not know if they are adding bosses to the zombie’s maps or putting them all together in their own mode. Either way, you can count us in with this as our modded controllers are awesome in zombies mode.

We think it is really cool that Activision are having this last update in Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare as one last hurrah for the game before Call Of Duty World War II is released. 

Star Wars Battlefront 2 Loot Boxes

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Star Wars Battlefront 2 Loot Boxes Need Work

After spending a lot of time with the Star Wars Battlefront 2 beta, the game is a ton of fun and is shaping up to be one of the best shooters of 2017. DICE really have done an amazing job and they really are pumping the game full of content.

Loot boxes in games are going to be a major thing in the next couple of years. Overwatch is what we have to thank for that, but to be fair, Overwatch handles their loot boxes (or crates) very well. But Star Wars Battlefront 2 is showing the ugly side of loot boxes. Rather than just get items that will change the appearance of your characters. The loot boxes in Star Wars Battlefront 2 are all about enhancing your character. Buffs that make you do more damage or take less damage. New and more powerful weapons and things that will make a real difference on the battlefield. The problem is the way you earn “currency” in the game is pretty messed up and you get no more currency for carrying your team to victory than if you are the weakest player on your team!

Plus it takes what feels like an age to earn enough to get a loot box that contains a Star Card which has an upgrade that it is a grind that feels like a bit of a slap in the face. One popular YouTuber made the point that the upgrade system in Battlefront 2 is like what you would find in a free to play game and it is hard to argue with that.

From a gameplay point of view, Star Wars Battlefront 2 is incredible, but it will be interesting to see if players are going to be happy with the way these loot boxes are handled.

Rainbow Six Series Part 3 | Raven Shield | Pc

Get ready for some more tactical shooting action as we are now on part three of our Rainbow Six retrospective.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield (2003) PC

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In 2003, the Rainbow Six series would take a few steps towards falling in line more with what other console shooters were offering at the time. As crazy as it sounds, this is the first game to allow you to actually see your gun like in a regular first person shooter. Rainbow Six 3 would also be released on console, but those versions were vastly different,

Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield featured a pretty cool story that started way back in the 1940,s where there was something of an evil Croatian regime that was topped and the men behind it disappeared. The story fast forwards to modern times where Rainbow team is required to stop a range of terrorist attacks which open up a whole can of worms and have a link to events of the past. Like all Tom Clancy games it is a story full of twists and turns and it was generally very well received.

Gameplay wise, Raven Shield offered what Rainbow Six fans had come to love about the series. In depth tactical based combat. But the vastly increased amount of weapons and more action heavy sections showed that the people behind the game knew where the first person shooter genre was heading and this was their attempt to keep their current fan base all the while pulling in that hardcore FPS player.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield sold millions of copies, had many expansion packs and was critically acclaimed by nearly all who reviewed it. It still stands as one of the most popular games in the series. 

The History Of The Rainbow Six Series Part 2

The History Of The Rainbow Six Series Part 2

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Let us once again get tactical as we look at the second game in the Rainbow Six series.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear (1999) Sony PlayStation, PC, Sega Dreamcast

Released just a year after the first Rainbow Six game, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear was based on the book of the same name. This time the game would first be released on PC and Dreamcast with a PlayStation port following the next year. The PC and Dreamcast versions are bother very similar whereas some graphical changes had to be made for the PlayStation version.

The story of the game is set after the fall of the Soviet Union and the Russian Mafia along with members of the Russian military have gotten their hands on some very nasty stuff. Rainbow team is required to go and free hostages and get rid of any weapons of mass destruction that these guys have.

Not a lot had changed with the gameplay as once again players had to use their brains in order to complete missions. Setting up the mission was every bit as important as the execution. If you were to just run in guns blazing 9/10, you would fail. Weapons would be detonated, you would be killed or hostages would be killed. It is a very cerebral game and that was what people loved about it.

As well as having the single player campaign the PC version also supported online play. You could either team up with other players to take on the AI or you could take part in what were essentially team Deathmatch style matches.

Rogue Spear was heavily supported with expansion packs on the PC. It was as strong seller across all three platforms and the Dreamcast and PC versions were very favorably reviewed.

What Next For Call Of Duty After World War 2?

What Next For Call Of Duty After World War 2?




While we have spent a lot of time playing the beta of Star Wars Battlefront 2. One of the main things that our modded PS4, Xbox One, and PC controllers are designed in mind with is, of course, Call Of Duty.

As we all know, Call Of Duty is at this point, weeks away and we are very excited for it. Many fans of the series were super stoked when Activision announced that they were going back to the series roots by setting the game during World War 2. Call Of Duty World War II is one of the most anticipated games in the series history, but where does Activision go from here?

The next Call Of Duty game for 2018 at this point will have been in the oven for at least a year, ready for the inevitable October/November release. But what could it be? Here at Mods “R” Us, we have asked around the office and one thing that is continuously brought up is the Vietnam War.

Some games have used the Vietnam War as their backdrop before, but we think a modern Call Of Duty set during this time period has the potential to be truly epic. We are not even talking about the multiplayer here! The storytelling in the Call Of Duty games the last decade has been incredible and setting a COD game during this time period could give it a Full Metal Jacket, Platoon, Apocalypse Now kind of vibe.

We have a comments section down below and we would love to hear what kind of setting you would like to see in the next Call Of Duty game.

Star Wars Battlefront 2 Loot Boxes Need Some Work

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Star Wars Battlefront 2 Loot Boxes Need Some Work
Star Wars Battlefront 2 Loot Boxes Need Some Work

After spending a lot of time with the Star Wars Battlefront 2 beta, the game is a ton of fun and is shaping up to be one of the best shooters of 2017. DICE really have done an amazing job and they really are pumping the game full of content.

Loot boxes in games are going to be a major thing in the next couple of years. Overwatch is what we have to thank for that, but to be fair, Overwatch handles their loot boxes (or crates) very well. But Star Wars Battlefront 2 is showing the ugly side of loot boxes. Rather than just get items that will change the appearance of your characters. The loot boxes in Star Wars Battlefront 2 are all about enhancing your character. Buffs that make you do more damage or take less damage. New and more powerful weapons and things that will make a real difference on the battlefield. The problem is the way you earn “currency” in the game is pretty messed up and you get no more currency for carrying your team to victory than if you are the weakest player on your team!

Plus it takes what feels like an age to earn enough to get a loot box that contains a Star Card which has an upgrade that it is a grind that feels like a bit of a slap in the face. One popular YouTuber made the point that the upgrade system in Battlefront 2 is like what you would find in a free to play game and it is hard to argue with that.

From a gameplay point of view, Star Wars Battlefront 2 is incredible, but it will be interesting to see if players are going to be happy with the way these loot boxes are handled.

The History Of The Rainbow Six | Raven Shield
The History Of The Rainbow Six 3

Get ready for some more tactical shooting action as we are now on part three of our Rainbow Six retrospective.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield (2003) PC

In 2003, the Rainbow Six series would take a few steps towards falling in line more with what other console shooters were offering at the time. As crazy as it sounds, this is the first game to allow you to actually see your gun like in a regular first person shooter. Rainbow Six 3 would also be released on console, but those versions were vastly different

Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield featured a pretty cool story that started way back in the 1940,s where there was something of an evil Croatian regime that was topped and the men behind it disappeared. The story fast forwards to modern times where Rainbow team is required to stop a range of terrorist attacks which open up a whole can of worms and have a link to events of the past. Like all Tom Clancy games it is a story full of twists and turns and it was generally very well received.

Gameplay wise, Raven Shield offered what Rainbow Six fans had come to love about the series. In depth tactical based combat. But the vastly increased amount of weapons and more action heavy sections showed that the people behind the game knew where the first person shooter genre was heading and this was their attempt to keep their current fan base all the while pulling in that hardcore FPS player.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield sold millions of copies, had many expansion packs and was critically acclaimed by nearly all who reviewed it. It still stands as one of the most popular games in the series.