Rainbow Six - Operation Blood Bagel (now with more traps)
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[B]Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six[/B] is a media franchise created by the late author Tom Clancy, known for his war and espionage novels. [B]Rainbow Six[/B] follows the exploits of Team Rainbow, an international counter-terrorist unit. This franchise spawned several games, most which puts emphasis on the tactical aspect that many shooters tend to forego. [URL="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Clancy%27s_Rainbow_Six"]Here's a wikipedia page on it.[/URL]
[quote]Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear is a tactical first-person shooter computer game developed and published by Red Storm Entertainment. It is the sequel to the critically acclaimed Rainbow Six game based on the Tom Clancy novel of the same name.
Rogue Spear is based on the same game engine and features gameplay and presentation similar to that of the original Rainbow Six. The game pits the counter-terrorist unit, RAINBOW, against global terrorist organizations that in some cases have taken hostages or have armed themselves with weapons of mass destruction. Rogue Spear focuses on realism, planning, strategy, and teamwork. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear was released for the PC on August 31, 1999, with versions for the Mac OS (2000), Dreamcast (2000), PlayStation (2001) and Game Boy Advance (2002) released later. A PlayStation 2 port was also announced at the time, but it was later canceled.[/quote]
[quote]Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield is a 2003 computer game developed and published by Ubisoft. Released on March 18, 2003, the Rainbow Six video game series is based on Tom Clancy's best-selling novel of the same name.
Based on the Unreal Engine 2.0, Raven Shield is a tactical shooter with realistic properties. Raven Shield moved toward mainstream first-person shooters like Counter-Strike, adapting various features absent in previous versions. These included the ability to see one's weapon while in first-person view, many new weapons and upgrades (including larger magazines and sights), and a redesigned multiplayer.
A console version (featuring the same basic game engine, models, textures, and artwork, but with significantly different game mechanics, gameplay, storyline, and features), Rainbow Six 3, was developed for the Xbox, PlayStation 2, and Nintendo GameCube video game consoles.[/quote]
[quote]Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Lockdown is the fourth game in the Rainbow Six series. The initial design and PlayStation 2 version were developed by Red Storm Entertainment and the Xbox version was developed by the Ubisoft Montreal studio. Both are published by Ubisoft. The PlayStation 2, Xbox and Gamecube versions were released on September 8, 2005 and a version for Windows was released on February 16, 2006.[/quote]
[quote]Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Critical Hour is the fifth game in the Rainbow Six series, and was released between Rainbow Six: Lockdown and Rainbow Six: Vegas. Critical Hour is partially believed to have been made in response to criticism about Lockdown straying too far from the Rainbow Six roots, but even so it generally received poor ratings by many gaming sites due to its relatively small amount of content, although it was praised for following the roots of the first games, unlike Lockdown. Following poor reviews and sales its planned later release in Europe was canceled, as well as a port of the game for the PS2.[/quote]
[quote]Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas is the sixth game in the Rainbow Six series of video games. It was released for the Xbox 360 on November 21, 2006 and Windows on December 12, 2006. The PlayStation Portable version was released on June 12, 2007, while the PlayStation 3 version was released on June 26, 2007. The game's storyline follows a new Rainbow team that is dispatched to Las Vegas, Nevada to defeat international terrorist Irena Morales and her army of mercenaries that is repeatedly attacking key locations in the city.[/quote]
[quote]Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 is the seventh installment in the Rainbow Six series. It is a first-person shooter video game and the sequel to Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas. It was announced by Ubisoft on November 20, 2007. The game was released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on March 18, 2008 in North America and March 20, 2008 in Europe, except in Germany, where the game was delayed. The Microsoft Windows version, however, was delayed until April 15, 2008. It was released in Japan on April 24, 2008 for the Xbox 360 and on May 29, 2008 for the PlayStation 3. A world-exclusive first-look of the game appeared in the January 2008 edition of the Official Xbox Magazine. It was announced that Logan Keller, the lead character from the previous game, had been removed in favor of having the player create his or her own character to play through the campaign. The player assumes the role of Bishop, a member of the Rainbow squad with a great deal more experience who has a deeper involvement in the story.
The game, billed as "part sequel, part prequel", has events that run both before and concurrently to the story of Logan Keller and continue after where the first game concluded. In addition to the ability to customize a character in multiplayer, the player can now customize Bishop, Vegas 2's protagonist. In single-player, the developers claim to have vastly improved teammate AI, so that now teammates cover each other as they advance. There are also several new commands, for example, the ability of a teammate to throw a grenade at a specific point. It is also possible to give commands to one's AI teammates using the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 headset, or a PC microphone.[/quote]
That's all fine and dandy, those are great games. But you're probably here for the latest entry in the series:
[B]Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege[/B] is the latest in the series and the first one deviating from the formula. Considered a successor of the cancelled [I]Rainbow Six: Patriots,[/I] this entry foregoes the classic singeplayer and tactical gameplay in favor for a competitive-styled multiplayer team shooter, putting emphasis on destruction of environments, team play and coordination.
The game has [B]Casual[/B] and [B]Ranked[/B] multiplayer modes, aswell as a coop mode called [B]Terrorist Hunt[/B] and a singleplayer tutorial campaign in [B]Situations[/B].
The game released in 2015 and has since received continued support from the developers with new operators, maps and balance changes. So far, the game has seen a total of two years of content with eight operators each, with year 2 still undergoing.
[I][URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Glaz"]Glaz[/URL], [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Fuze"]Fuze (Anti-Hostage Unit)[/URL][/I]
[QUOTE][B]Season 1: Operation Black Ice (JTF2)[/B]
[I]Added [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Frost"]Frost[/URL] and [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Buck"]Buck[/URL] (JTF2)[/I]
[I]Added map: [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Yacht"]Yacht[/URL][/I]
[B]Season 2: Operation Dust Line[/B]
[I]Added [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Valkyrie"]Valkyrie[/URL] and [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Blackbeard"]Blackbeard[/URL] (NAVY SEALS)[/I]
[I]Added map: [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Border"]Border[/URL][/I]
[B]Season 3: Operation Skull Rain[/B]
[I]Added [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Caveira"]Caveira[/URL] and [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Capit%C3%A3o"]Capitão[/URL] (BOPE)[/I]
[I]Added map: [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Favela"]Favela[/URL][/I]
[B]Season 4: Operation Red Crow[/B]
[I]Added [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Echo"]Echo[/URL] and [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Hibana"]Hibana[/URL] (SAT)[/I]
[I]Added map: [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Skyscraper"]Skyscraper[/URL][/I]
[I]Added map: [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Bartlett_U."]Bartlett University[/URL] (PvP)[/I]
[QUOTE][B]Season 1: Operation Velvet Shell[/B]
[I]Added [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Mira"]Mira[/URL] and [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Jackal"]Jackal[/URL] (GEO)[/I]
[I]Added map: [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Coastline"]Coastline[/URL][/I]
[B]Season 2: Operation Health[/B]
[highlight][I]Delayed Polish GROM operators, cancelled polish map.[/I][/highlight]
[I]Fixed (and introduced) several issues, improved game stability (your mileage may vary!)[/I]
[B]Season 3: Operation Blood Orchid [I][Current][/I][/B]
[I]Added [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Lesion"]Lesion[/URL] and [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Ying"]Ying[/URL] (SDU), [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Ela"]Ela[/URL] (GROM)[/I]
[I]Added map: [URL="http://rainbowsix.wikia.com/wiki/Theme_Park"]Theme Park[/URL][/I]
[B]Season 4: TBD[/B][/QUOTE]
[QUOTE][B]Should I buy the Starter Edition?[/B]
[I]The Starter Edition gives you the game for a reasonable price, but every operator will cost more Renown to unlock. It's advised you buy the full game if you can afford it.[/I]
[B]Do the operators cost real money?[/B]
[I]No. All operators can be purchased with in-game currency you earn called Renown. You can not buy any of the vanilla operators with real money. You can however buy DLC operators added in the Year 1 and 2 seasons if you so desire, as their renown price is quite steep.
Keep in mind that for every operator you buy of a specific unit will raise the Renown cost of the other operators in that unit.[/I]
[B]What are R6 Coins?[/B]
[I]It is a currency you must buy with real money to get. Can be used to buy cosmetic skins and charms, aswell as any DLC operators if you want.[/I]
[B]Is Tachanka a good operator?[/B]
Mira is best waifu.
[QUOTE=usaokay;52224775]Mira is best waifu.[/QUOTE]
IQ may not be Waifu to some of you, but everyone agrees she is thicc'est
thats what im fucking talking about!!
[editline]14th May 2017[/editline]
[QUOTE=Kiwi;52224798]Tachanka also disagrees. He is clearly the best.[/QUOTE]
please do not mention the trash meme :]
Frost givin me those fuck me eyes outchea
Go Kapkan or go home.
<-- filthy caveira lover
jack my style and play Jackal every round and always die before seeing a single footprint
imagine trusting that the ceramic trauma plate you're wearing will stop a .357 magnum round travelling at 490m/s
imagine trusting yourselves not to move, not to flinch
imagine trusting your teammates, and expect them to trust you
Pulse flanks my team, the wall blocked the entire mag then sledge pops him. I fucking love montagne so much, his defensive offense is so satisfying, having your team slowly inch your way into their territory all the while having a clear view of the enemy team getting more and more mad at your shield shrugging off everything.
Frost is my siege waifu because I love traps.
Fireworks are always lovely.
We need new Super Serious Siege Videos for the OP.
this is my contribution
kill the hostage
[QUOTE=nomad1;52225217]Frost is my siege waifu because I love traps.[/QUOTE]
I was told there are traps in this thread
[QUOTE=Super2Donny;52226029]I was told there are traps in this thread[/QUOTE]
Here ya go
Is it gay to like traps?
[QUOTE=usaokay;52226265]Is it gay to like traps?[/QUOTE]
It's not gay if it's a girl's penis
It's not gay if it's a feminine penis.
I was talking about Frost and Kapkan's traps.
wtf are u gaybois on about
Hibana is a boy
tbh as long as ur attracted to the feminine parts ur not gay
even then it would take a touch from balls to balls to count as gay so its ok
I like to have sex with that IQ cosplayer.
but I'm not gay ha ha guys totally not ha
im not gay
but 20 bucks is 20 bucks
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