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History of Tom Clancy Games

Nice one. There's a similar roundup in a post JognTC02 made the other day.

Reading the comments, as always with these type of articles, you'll always find at least one, concise and valid point of view...

The Tom Clancy franchises are all soulless shadows of their former selves. Ubisoft has sacrificed the very gameplay that made the games popular in the first place to appeal to the COD crowd. Gone are the days of tactical freedom in sandbox environments. Gone are the realistic and tense missions where intelligence was more important than your itchy trigger finger.

In essence, they've probably done the best thing for their business and trying to market these shooters to as wide of an audience as possible...but is it worth it? Not to me.


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