Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege
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I have gotten back into this over the last week or so and cannot put it down. The MP is fast, fun, and tense. Still not a very deep game but this 4 week event is going to help with that.


#23

I think this was free to play over the weekend, but I didn’t find out until late Sunday. Are you playing with some buddies or does it work pretty well with randos?


#24

Playing with randoms and it seems to work just fine because of the basic set up. 90% of combat is confined to a very small area so you can easily see what your squad is doing at all times. I have yet to run into any douche bags. Hell, I played from 8pm-2am last night with nothing but randoms and it was fine. But over the weekend the guys I play The Division with tried it out and are most likely picking it up.

It also seems like a lot of folks are still just playing the base game and the Year 1 operators. I haven’t seen a lot of Year 2 operators either. You can find the Year 1 Gold Edition for around $40 new.

Ubi has also come out and said that they have no plans for a new Rainbow Six game for long while. Their goal is to reach Year 10 and have over 140 operators.


#25

Jumped back into this a few weeks ago when my brother got an X1X. It’s crazy that this game has evolved so much in 4yrs. That being said I think they are running out of ideas for Operators. I have about 2/3 of them unlocked and still find myself using only 4-5 of each attackers and defenders.


#26

Got me a nice 7 day ban from communication on X1 because of this game. Playing D and went to throw a gadget near a door frame and a teammate stepped in front of me. The gadget hits him and does some team fire and takes 5hp off his health. I think no biggie and set up shop and dude comes and calmly put his gun to my head and kills me. So I send him a msg saying it was his fault and call him a bitch. Next day I log in and get my ban msg. Again, what a bitch.


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For @Jango’s (The Harasser) reference:

https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/xbox-live/understanding-smack-talk

  • Smack talk refers to lighthearted banter welcomed by other players that encourages conversation and friendly competition.
  • Harassment includes any behavior likely to negatively disrupt another player’s experience or make a player feel less welcome.