Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm Image

Mixed or average reviews - based on 31 Critics

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Mixed or average reviews- based on 24 Ratings

Summary: Developed with PlayStation 2 players in mind, Tom Clancy?s Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm will fully exploit the capabilities of the platform with features such as the wildly popular voice command, and voice chat systems plus online statistics tracking and ladder ranking. Most importantly, this game will mark the first time that PlayStation 2 fans can take their great ghost action online and learn firsthand why action-packed online game play quickly established Tom Clancy?s Ghost Recon as the most popularly played game on the Xbox LIVE online game service. Deep in the sweltering jungles of Cuba, an insidious revolution is brewing. Led by a drug-funded warlord, its aim is to take advantage of the post-Castro power vacuum and seize control of the island republic. Bogotá, a few months later... While the Cubans revel in their newfound democracy, the Colombian drug cartel that financed the failed revolution has set its sites on a new target. Readying a retaliatory blow against its own American-allied government, the Columbian cartel rocks the capital with severe explosions, including one that severely damages the American embassy. [Ubisoft]
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Rating: T
Developer: Red Storm Entertainment
Genre(s): Action, Shooter, First-Person, Tactical, Modern
Number of Players:1-8 Players
ESRB Descriptors:Violence
Sound:Dolby Pro Logic II
Offline Modes:Competitive Cooperative
Connectivity:Broadband Only Online
Special Controllers:Headset
Online Modes:Competitive Cooperative Team Oriented
Cast Credit
Bill Brown Music
Xavier Le Dantec 3d Modeler
Xavier Le Dantec Production Manager
Michel Vibert 3d Artist
Olivier Palmieri Lead Game Designer
Pierre Truong 3d Artist
Frederic Devanlay Sound Effects
Carole Ruggier Voice Talent
David Neiss Scriptwriter
Olivier Didelot Programmer
Alain Robin Programmer
Franck Delattre Programmer
Frederick Gaveau Level Designer
Olivier Barbier Level Designer
Isabelle Leduc Animator
Ida Yebra Lead Sound Designer
Ronald Dutch Hill Dialogue Editor
Amanda Wyatt Production Manager
Becky Allen Producer
Richard E. Dansky Scriptwriter
Vincent Greco Project Management Director
Sophie Pendariès Associate Producer
Nary-Tiana Andriamampandry Data-Manager
Fabrice Holbé Lead Artist
Christophe Dur 3d Artist
Florence Charpentier 3d Artist
Laurent Debarge 3d Artist
Lina Lu 3d Artist
Christophe Neverre 3d Artist
Frédéric Ressaire 3d Artist
Dominique Dumont Lead Programmer
Frédéric Décréau Programmer
Han Da Quing Programmer
Igor Cesi Programmer
Marie-Claire Ordoquy Programmer
Olivier Amiaud Programmer
Philippe Touillaud Programmer
Pierrick Crepy Programmer
Marc Villemain Programmer
Kamal Essoufi Programmer
Cyril Gouel Level Designer
Frédérick Gaveau Level Designer
Jean-Baptiste Duval Level Designer
Jean-Vincent Segard Lead Gameplay Programmer
Frederic Lefebvre Gameplay Programmer
Nicolas Chereau Gameplay Programmer
Pascal Henry Gameplay Programmer
Soundelux Sound Recording
Sara Huddleston Asset Manager
Jerry Merrill Recording Engineer
Elliot Wood Voice Talent
Ubi Sound Studio - France Cinematic Production
Karen Vernimmen Sound And Video Producer
Dominique Carrara Intro Cinematic Direction
Julien Milaire Editor
Antoine Vareille Editor
Manu Bachet Sound Artistic Director
Frédéric Devanlay Sound Effects
Mathieu Breda Director And Storyboarder
Charles Beirnaert Technical And Artistic Director
Sophie Penziki Animation Studio Manager
Corinne Bouvier 3d Modeler
Jérome Lionard 3d Modeler
Guillaume Marcel 3d Modeler
Olivier Bonenfant 3d Modeler
Michel Guillemain Animator
Philippe Penaud Animator
Faouzi Zidane Animator
Gilles Aveneau Animator
Jean Millou Animator
Frederic Ressaire 3d Artist
Sophie Pendaries Associate Producer
Fabrice Holbe Lead Artist
Frederic Decreau Programmer
Ubi Sound Studio France Cinematic Production
Jerome Lionard 3d Modeler
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Awards & Rankings

#65 Most Discussed PS2 Game of 2004