Play "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands" on any computer via cloud gaming on Snoost, which works on Linux, Chromebooks, MacBooks and Windows PCs.

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By , February 17th, 19:36

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Pretty great

Good game. Only downfall is there is no linux support, and the end game needs more replay-ability. But overall a excellent tactical game! It kinda plays like MGS4/5 but coop. So if you like stealthy outdoors shooters, you will like this game.


By , January 7th, 11:47

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MAYBE 2 IS BETER THEN 1

ok, let me tell you right now that some people didn't like this game but they are big reviewing companies like ign or ... but most of the time they don't understand what real player get of this game mostly because it's not like other ghost recon games and it's an OpenWorld game and that changed it and I think for the better you ask why ?? let me tell you because you will have many hours of gameplay. many sidequests and amazing landscapes but the game isn't perfect because of bad driving and a few gunplay problems but there is something that you don't know and that is if you play this with a friend you will have a really good time and don't get bored at all add another 2 if you can and you will get a perfect squad


By , November 20th 2017, 14:26

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Very good PVP

It’s not too hard to find nice things to say about Tom Clancy’s Ghost Retcons Wildlands, especially as it unfurls in its strong opening hours: its open-world version of central ameriaca is both gorgeous and authentic, its cover-based third-person combat is sound, and its RPG elements run surprisingly deep. And yet, next to every good thing om Clancy’s Ghost Retcons Wildlands, goes there hangs a big, ugly asterisk.