At your first mission , as you get thrown into the mix you realize everything is eerily family and comfortable. We still have our over the shoulder cam view of the back of sam fishers head. Overall I was Impressed with the game and its content, more so just the "leash" the game gives you to accomplish your task but not so large that time is spent lost navigating instead of accomplishing missions. The graphics are pretty good kinda grainy but I like the effect they were going for and achieved if you asked me. Even how when you press "select"(for your mission objective) it projects it across the scenery. I also like the variety of weapons and the many chances through out a level in which you get to change your load out. But considering the secrecy of the game and the silence and sneakiness required I find all non suppressed weapons to be useless unless you want to play this game the long way. By that I mean fire a shot get spotted and get an extra 20 guards sent your way. All in all if your a fan of the series its a pretty integral to the overall story, even if your new to the series it has enough new content to stick on its own.
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