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  • Summary: East Africa, 2009. A 60-year conflict boils over as Ethiopia invades its smaller neighbor Eritrea, threatening the world's most vital shipping lanes in the Red Sea. An elite team of U.S. Army Green Berets, known as the Ghosts, moves in to safeguard the seas and free Eritrea. As the war rages on, the Ghosts are drawn from Eritrea's shores to the heart of Ethiopia in their deadliest battles yet. [Ubi Soft] Expand
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  1. 92
    If you already own the original, this is a must have. If you don't own the original; shame on you. Pick up Ghost Recon and the expansion in one swoop.
  2. Even without the numerous enhancements, tweaks, and goodies, Desert Siege is worth its price for the mission editor alone. [June 2002, p.83]
  3. At just over three bucks a throw, it's some of the best money you'll ever spend on PC gaming. [June 2002, p.73]
  4. A great add on for a great game. Those of you who loved Ghost Recon should rush out and buy this right now.
  5. It also features some subtle but important improvements to the original gameplay that make Ghost Recon a more polished and enjoyable game as a whole.
  6. 80
    The desert settings are a great addition to the game integrating that all important immersive feeling of actually "being there."
  7. The expansion levels are uniformly superb in both single and multiplayer. But make no mistake, Desert Siege is for expert players only. [Sept 2002, p.85]

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  1. Feb 23, 2014
    10
    we dont care about lasers / new weapons when it comes to old classic. if you gonna play this old rock solid classic, youre not goin to do it for flashy graphics or invisibility modes, But for the great feeling in it. Expand
  2. Brad
    Apr 11, 2002
    7
    This is a great add on but if you are looking for new weapons in the single player mode forget about it. Multiplayer is a lot smoother and does have some new weapons. Expand