Metascore
54

Mixed or average reviews - based on 10 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 10
  2. Negative: 2 out of 10
  1. 60
    The result is a game that's enjoyable at times and nearly unplayable others, largely because of a sometimes poor framerate, or stupidly implemented artificial intelligence squad members.
  2. If you have no other console sitting under your television, you are left with the very worst version, the b-side of the b-side, the version with more P-Diddy-esque muck clouding the surface, the version with more of the good stuff ripped out with nothing to gain for it, and a few months wait to boot.
  3. The graphics are still rough as a badger's arse, the AI remains as remedial as ever and the slimmed down strategic side effectively eliminates the only reason there was to play it in the first place.
  4. Take a Tom Clancy game, remove the realism, the freedom in pursuing your objectives, intelligent squad AI, and just about everything else that makes those games so much fun and you're left with nothing more than a mediocre shooter with a good storyline.
  5. Completely fails to live up to its predecessor in every way possible. I was hugely let down by this game, as I expected much more from the people that brought us the Sam Fisher series.
  6. Where Ghost Recon 2 suffers a misstep is in its failure to offer useful gameplay information, such as mission-objective reminders and maps. [June 2005, p.97]
  7. Misses the mark thanks to completely linear level design, choppy graphics, and the puzzling absence of multiplayer modes.
  8. I'm really surprised how poorly Ghost Recon 2 for the GameCube turned out. Uninspiring level design, terrible squad AI and a lack of multiplayer support all contribute to a frustrating and ultimately dull gaming experience.
  9. Hardly worth a second glance, Ghost Recon 2 for the GameCube is just not a worthwhile game. Go for the Xbox version, and don't look back.
  10. As a game of tactics, it fails completely. As an action game, it doesn't deliver any thrills or sense of style. Ghost Recon 2 simply fails at everything.

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