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Ubisoft Ships Two Clancy Titles
March 23, 2004

Ubisoft announced today that Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3 and Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm have both shipped for PS2.  Ghost Recon should be in stores now, with Rainbow Six 3 to follow in the next few days.  Rainbow Six 3 arrives on PS2 with an exclusive two-player offline mode, an extra mission, and new multiplayer maps not found in the Xbox version.  If you've read our review of the Xbox version, you know it's almost guaranteed to be great.  Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm is a port of the Xbox game Ghost Recon: Island Thunder, and features eight additional missions not found in the Xbox version.

We should have reviews of both games soon.

Reported By: Jared Black

 

 


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