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

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By , March 14th, 07:37

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The Game Everyone Should Get

This game is beyond words, Ubisoft has worked hard to bring this game back from the dead and I can say they did exactly as they planned. This game is what everyone wanted it to be or even better. You couldn't ask for a better game, The Community is half half. Some people just want to see you grow and get better while others just want to bring you done. What community isn't like that.


By , March 1st, 14:26

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This game is so good!!

It's really fun and also (in the starter/basic edition) kind of a grind. Still, i love it! This game is really fun (again) and beautiful! Play this! Don't invest your goddamn money in some CS:GO skins, buy this game!


By , January 28th, 22:48

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An amazing Tactical Shooter

I believe this is the pinnacle of Tactical Shooters and how the game prioritizes watching your step and good aim without holding your hand truly makes it a unique game in its own class.

10/10 Would Definitely Recommend


By , January 21st, 10:31

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R6 the best FPS

My opinion about this game is that all the psyhics are great, also the interactions between players and objects, u can destroy almost anything your heart wants, it's a really fun game to play with your friends.


By , January 19th, 02:52

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Great Cloud Streaming.

I love this game! My main account is on PS4 however, I always wanted to try it on PC. Today, after realizing that my PC is beyond upgrade, I tried this Cloud Streaming Service. So far so good. Almost no latency, and that amazes me. Keep it up. Defenitely going to use it.


By , January 15th, 06:33

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CSGO but better.

Rainbow Six Siege is like what CSGO would be if Valve actually cared about their game and VAC worked. There are cheaters occasionally, but not anywhere near the level of CSGO. The variety in operators and the updates this much later in its lifespan are really nice. TLDR; Destructible walls + Explosives = Fun.


By , January 12th, 18:12

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The best FPS game for years to come.

Rate:9.333322/10

"The Siege is a brand-new style of gameplay embracing the reality of counter-terrorist operatives across the world: intense and asymmetrical close-quarters combat between attackers and defenders. "

"As a defender, you will have the means to transform your environment into strongholds to prevent the attackers from breaching. "

"As an attacker, you will have many planning options to face this challenge and defuse these situations."
(www.ubisoft.com)

Why R6 its the best Fps?
Because it combines the tatical knowledge and pin point accuracy of couter-strike with the destruction and fun of Battlefield.

If you are a casual gamer or a hardcore competitive gamer this game fits like a glove.

THE main problem would be several bugs and network problems due to ubisoft's Laziness in fixing the existing problems.

Alone time: good community overall but you need a Mic even if its just casual.

Friends time: no words.

Time consuming game: too many nights to play XD

Micro transactions: not the best not the worse.

Overall great game


By , December 3rd 2017, 05:43

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Impulse

For me, the tactics involved in R6S make this game the next evolution of competitive FPS, and the standard by which future games aught to be. The few cons are as follows:
Limited single player - playing alone gets boring quickly as there are only 10 scenarios and terrorist hunts available.
Unlocking system - for a player starting fresh, you have very


By , December 3rd 2017, 00:05

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Best FPS made yet!

This game is amazing, with quality graphics and precise controls. No hackers, or I should say, hardly any. Goobisoft's "Eagle Eye" does a fairly good job of weeding out the hackers. You will not be sorry with this purchase.


By , October 11th 2017, 07:22

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Rainbow Six Siege almost perfect

This game is the evolution of CounterStrike. The tactical level of the game comes in three stages: operator selection, pre-mission setup, and execution.

Operators have a limited arsenal and special weapon/ability that allows for a well prepared team to setup their plan(s) around. For example, a high roaming team on defense may opt to have valkarie, an operative with a strong SMG and camera deployables, Jager, an operative with the only defensive rifle option and deployable anti-grenade equipment, and Bandit, an operative who excels in rapidly moving around the map with decent arms and batteries to defend against offensive operative weaponry. The same team could instead choose a heavy tanking option by choosing operatives with much more armor, Rook, whom increases the armor of teammates, and bunker down in a single room or two. The offensive options range from operatives who destroy enemy cover to operatives who prefer long range or disorienting techniques.

The pre-mission phase is 90 seconds of time to set up barricades, defensive deployables and move around the map to your positions. Simultaniously the attacking team uses remote drones to try to observe the defensive positioning.

The execution is done similar to CS:GO, with one huge difference... almost all floors and walls are destructable. By understanding the maps and using your tactical tools to your advantage, tactics is often more important than the player's ability to play FPS games.

For me, the tactics involved in R6S make this game the next evolution of competitive FPS, and the standard by which future games aught to be. The few cons are as follows:
Limited single player - playing alone gets boring quickly as there are only 10 scenarios and terrorist hunts available.
Unlocking system - for a player starting fresh, you have very limited access to operators for the first 20 hours or so of gaming. You can pay for early access to operators, but for this review I am evaluating as a person who wants to pay once for a game, not purchase ingame content.