Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Alpha Short Film
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Alpha is the 25-minute prequel short film to Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.
yes, they stuck time and money in that and now it is tme they get the game working for the pc!!! Lot off people like me have control problems , mouse and keyboard work in menu not in game,
After three days they did not fix that with a patch, they are just aiming the console market Thx Ubidoods.
I use the 16 bus all the time from Cricklewood. And it doesn't look like that. If this is meant to be in the future, why do all the buses look like the discontinued open back busses?
Cracking short movie, better than most blockbusters this year (bar Avengers!)
Live action game trailers are still trending well and this didn't disappoint at all.
Come on people can we leave the race thing alone plus isn't that a fail that one guy dies( black,white whatever race) cause in the game you see four guys not three, but the mission was a fail anyways still love the short want to see more with a whole team completing the mission +D
Okay, so he wasn`t the smart one?
Well and race is no issue, but I wondered why the smart guy died, and not badly wounded and healable like in the game, ommgghhhh Marv.
@GreyWolf217 30+ dead white guys. 1 dead black guy. just saying.
Maybe restate your reply?
Awesome video is awesome! :D
Of course, sickens me that we have people bringing race into something where that has no bearing at all.
Looking forward to a Beta short film! :D
I'm still on the fence for GR:FS though, depends how good the game is.
Let`s hope they put in at least the same effort in the making off the game as they put in promoting it.
Great cinematic piece of work...just wish for once a black dude could make it out in one piece, just saying man.
Superb, I was buying the game anyway, but you can't argue with production values like that, what a great way to introduce a new release.
If you look at the Special Thanks part of the credits it says Ridley Scott now what is the maker of the Alien Franchise doing making a tom clancy's movie?
I guess these film makers don't like acknowledging that London is actually quite modern, and prefer keeping the 'Mary Poppin' feel