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PS2 vs.Xbox

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I recently rented the PS2 version of GR2 and despite being immensely disappointed with the game in general, I was wondering if the campaign is different in the Xbox version...

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Completely different, though they are tied, plot wise. The PS2 (and I believe the GC) versions were set a few years before the Xbox title, and have a separate story/campaign.

Basically, PS2 is the prequel, while the Xbox game was the main story.

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Okay thanks. I've played the Xbox version once for a mission and it seemed different than the PS2 versions. Unfortunately, the PS2 version is extremely linear. Thanks anyway...

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Also does anyone know which game PS2 vs. Xbox is more tactical?

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i read that the ps2 and gamcube version dont use the developers original gaming engine. so which means that the xbox version is vastly superior to the ps2 and gamcube versions

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Ghost Recon 2 - PS2 vs XBox

http://www.gametrailers.com/player/1504.html

Ghost Recon 2 VS Ghost Recon - PS2

http://www.gametrailers.com/player/2958.html

Ghost Recon 2 VS Ghost Recon - Xbox

http://www.gametrailers.com/player/2960.html

The PS2 version is based on the Unreal Engine

I :wub: Ghost Recon 2 on xbox, summit strike to, they are my favorite and I still play them.

So I went and bought the PS2 version, poped the disc in and 1 mintue later I turned off the PS2, I didn't like it at all.

Edited by Ox Pson

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