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A sniper scope is a specialized type of optical scope that is designed specifically for use with a sniper rifle. Sniper scopes are generally much higher quality than standard rifle scopes, and they often have special features such as variable zoom levels and illuminated reticles that help the sniper to more accurately target their shots.
Sniper Elite 5 offers unparalleled sniping, tactical third-person combat and an enhanced kill cam. Fight your way across the most immersive maps yet, with many real-world locations captured in stunning detail, and an improved traversal system that lets you explore more of them than ever before.
France, 1944 – As part of a covert US Rangers operation to weaken the Atlantikwall fortifications along the coast of Brittany, elite marksman Karl Fairburne makes contact with the French Resistance. Soon they uncover a secret Nazi project that threatens to end the war before the Allies can even invade Europe: Operation Kraken.
It hurts me to give a smaller game a 3 star review… but the game felt generic. If you love sniping people from point A to B and that’s your thing… you will love this game. I understand the game has sniper in it… but that doesn’t mean that series can’t grow.
Add some depth to the world etc A little boring to me… might be really enjoyable for someone who loves sniping games. Not going to say it’s a bad game… probably just not somehting I’d ever put 100 hours into.
Wish the campaign would have never ended. 100% fun and full of action from start to finish. The sniper shots were right on the money and slow cam made it so much better. Loved the hand to hand combat especially when the Germans fought back and had to take them down with other ways.
Like the other Sniper Elite games, be playing this one over and over again.
Clear your calendar, there’s a new Far Cry game to fill your every spare moment as you explore (and more often than not set fire to) its massive map. Welcome to Yara. It’s a tropical paradise, but Ubisoft wouldn’t be setting a Far Cry game there if it didn’t come with its share of problems.
Namely, its dictator Anton Castillo is dead set on returning Yara to its former glory and leaving a dazzling legacy to his son, Diego. It doesn’t matter how much blood he has to spill to do it. You play as Dani Rojas, a Yaran local who has had enough of the oppression and will stand up for his countrymen, liberating Yara one explosion at a time.
There’s a definite emphasis on making you a one-man army this time out. Striding (or driving, or flying, or riding a horse) across Yara, you’ll feel like a giant with every bullet (or grenade, or ersatz projectile) fired from your deep arsenal of powerful weaponry.
Outposts need capturing, hostages need rescuing and bad guys need blowing up. Yara is a huge open world for you to explore (the biggest Far Cry has offered up yet) absolutely packed with things to do, kill and craft.
Just like its predecessors before it, Far Cry has not disappointed so far. The games graphics are awesome, gameplay is fun and addicting, and controller enhancements add to the realism for the PS5. It has a much more believable storyline than Far Cry 5.
The Antagonist is a corrupt government leader (believable). Rogue government takeover of a small country has me addicted. The only downside is the game gets a little repetitive (like the old Far Cry games) when playing for more than a few hours at a time.
I find taking a few days breaks in between sessions helps keep the game entertaining and interesting. The only complaint I have with these games is the unrealistic headshots. Sometimes it takes 2 or 3 magazines to take down a NPC.
Frustrating to say the least, but I suppose having bullets that light people on fire aren’t exactly realistic, either. It does take some getting used too. You need to carry weapons for the right job, and use the correct ammo against the correct bad guys.
That being said, the Bow doesn’t disappoint and remains my favorite FC weapon of choice. Love the game and will continue to support the Far Cry brand.
Already traded it in. At first the newness of the yearly far cry game, games i love may i add made me love the game. After about 20 hrs in the excitment wore out. Not much has changed and actually has got worse.
Enemies dont feel nearly as difficult you can literally run up on many even if they see you and stab them and quickly run to next then the next. Every once in a while theyll overwhelm you but not much.
Yes world is cool as usual the driving feels better. Graphics dont seem as polished as years past and the story didnt keep me interested. They throw so many diffrent dumb characters at you, you really dont care about any of them.
The companion animal seems cool until he just gets you into trouble more then he is worth and the dog cant even ride in the car with you. He just appears after you just took a 3 mile boat ride across the map and boom their is your companion.
Just stupid. New weapons make no sense disco gun really isnt fun to use. Jetpack is cool but newness doesnt last pretty limited on using it too. The final nail in the goffin and i boxes it up and traded it in was once i found a tank and put on special gloves that repaired the vehicle constantly as it took on damage i was literally invincible even before i was 25 30 % into the game.
Keep in my mind i screw around alot in far cry which is half the fun so 20hrs in i wasnt to far in yet. One last thing you dont feel scared of the enviroment your in like in almost all the far crys before it.
Animals attack sometimes but easily handled and not very many. Even sharks in water your not afraid of. You get little bite u turbln whack em they run then come get you again after a bit. not good not worth the money.
Probably the most fun I’ve had with a game this year. Granted, I’m bias towards the Far Cry series and there is a lot here that is just like any other Far Cry title. With that being said, it does have a new ish feel to it, the story is compelling, has one of it not the best villain’s to date for the series.
There are new and welcomed game mechanics, a huge beautiful open world. The characters are so so imo, but there isn’t much I can say I don’t like about it. Has great side quests and activities. Overall, you will easily sink 100+ hours into this.
At the time of writing, I have accumulated 23 hours. none of which have been boring whatsoever. If your looking for a fun game, this is it. If your buying for PC, I will say this. the cutscenes are awkwardly cut in ultrawide, even with my 3080 I’ve had some crashes/freezes as well.
To be quite honest, I think this game is a no no on PC if your playing with an ultrawide monitor like me. I’m sure it is fine on a normal monitor, screen tearing is an issue as well.
Welcome to Yara, a tropical heaven frozen on schedule. As the despot of Yara, Anton Castillo is resolved to reestablishing his country back to its previous wonder using any and all means, with his child, Diego, continuing in his grisly strides.
Their merciless mistreatment has touched off an upset. Far Cry 6 Ps4 Features Battle FOR FREEDOM Play as Dani Rojas, a neighborhood Yaran and turn into a guerrilla warrior to free the country YARA TORN APART Battle against Anton’s soldiers in the biggest Far Cry jungle gym to date across wildernesses, sea shores and Esperanza the capital city of Yara GUERRILLA FIREPOWER Utilize improvised weapons, vehicles, and Amigos, the new Fangs for Hire to set the overbearing system ablaze Buy Far Cry6 Ps4 now at cheapest price on GameCards.
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Advanced Gunplay Physics and Traversal-Use ziplines, slide down slopes and shimmy along ledges to reach the perfect vantage point, or to sneak past a sharp-eyed lookout. Factor in rifle stock and barrel options along with gravity, wind and heart rate while you line up your sights on the target.
High Calibre Customization-Use work benches to customise and upgrade virtually every aspect of your weapon – change scopes, stocks, barrels, magazines and more. Rifles, secondaries and pistols all have a huge variety of options.
On top of that you can select the ammo to suit your target, from armour-piercing right down to non-lethal. Invasion Mode Drop-IN PVP – Campaign Drop in PvP and Co-Op – Invade another player’s Campaign as an Axis sniper and engage in a deadly game of cat and mouse, providing a new dimension to the challenge as you stalk your prey.
Alternatively, as Karl you can call for assistance and have a second sniper drop in to help you out of a tricky situation. Tense Adversarial Multiplayer – Customise your character and loadout and earn XP, medals and ribbons as you take on intensely competitive 16 player battles that will really test your sharpshooting skills.
If co-op’s more your style, you can team up with up to 3 other players against waves of enemies in Survival mode.
awesome game and has some funny trophies to get and a good game to platinum. a must have game for all the sneaky sniper fans out there even if you just fancy a quick run around and blow stuff up with your mates for a laugh.
Welcome to Yara, a tropical paradise frozen in time. As the dictator of Yara, Anton Castillo is intent on restoring his nation back to its former glory by any means, with his son, Diego, following in his bloody footsteps.
Their ruthless oppression has ignited a revolution. Fight against Anton’s troops in the largest Far Cry playground to date across jungles, beaches and Esperanza the capital city of Yara Employ makeshift weapons, vehicles, and Amigos, the new Fangs for Hire to burn the tyrannical regime to the ground.
Upgrade to the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Deluxe Edition! Includes the full game and 16 operators from Year 1 and Year 2. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is constantly evolving. Each new season brings brand-new content, game-changing operators and abilities, in-game events, weapons, and maps.
Dive into explosive 5v5 gameplay, high-stakes competition, and thrilling PvP battles solo or with friends. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege features an ever-expanding experience with limitless opportunities to perfect your strategy and help lead your team to victory.
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Reviews From Real Customers
If you haven’t experienced Rainbow Six Siege and love tactical shooters, you should consider picking this up. The game has changed pretty dramatically since its original release back in 2015, but I personally find it to be fantastic right now.
It’s retained its realism and practicality while also bringing the series more fictitious settings, themes, weapons, gear, characters, etc. Now, it’s mainly a hero-based shooter with narrative-driven seasons of content.
If you like the sound of tactically driven gameplay along with everything else I mentioned, then this is a perfect game for you. Also, this title is often on sale, so make sure to look out for the right time to make the purchase.
Unless you dont know the map rotation, or the new helath system for armor, its oof worthy. But if it wasnt, it would not be siege. This is like my 16th time buying this game. Too many smurf accounts in all honesty, and its all for no reason.
But neverless, fun. This exition gives you all ops from the DLC year 1 and DLC year 2. You still have to grind out the 1000 renown for each OG operator. Hope this helps.
This game is garbage all by itself. You can do hardly anything without paying for additional game pass. It should have been free or pay me to get. I could have done better research but as a huge fan of Rainbow Six Las Vegas on PS3, I was expecting this to be more FPS with a story.
I know this game has gone more to multi-player, but there’s no story and you can’t do any of the other features without Game pass.
Similar to its predecessors, the game is an action-adventure first-person shooter set in an open world which players can explore freely. The game features a new character creator, in which players can customize their character’s appearances, gender and skin tone.
Players have a variety of gadgets and weapons to fight against enemies, such as shotguns, pistols, rocket launchers, bows, and explosives such as grenades. The game will place a renewed emphasis on close-quarters combat compared to previous Far Cry titles by introducing a wider range of mêlée weapons like pitch forks, sledgehammers and baseball bats.
As the game is set in an open world, players can traverse the world on foot or through various vehicles, including muscle cars, all-terrain vehicles, boats, and planes. In addition, the game features a recruitment system, in which players can recruit locals in the county to fight alongside them similar to the “Buddy” system used in Far Cry 2.
In this “Guns for Hire” system, players need to convince other locals to join their cause, and every companion fighter has their own unique skills and personalities. Players can also tame wild animals through the “Fang for Hire” system, previously introduced in Far Cry Primal.
The tamed wildlife will assist the player in combat and follow the players’ orders. Different wildlife will have different combat patterns. A fishing mechanic will also be introduced. The campaign can be played individually or with a partner through the game’s cooperative multiplayer mode.
The game will also feature a map editor, whose features have been expanded from previous titles.
Recommended* if you liked FC3 or FC4, or if you like beautiful-looking open world FPS titles with a strong story. *Not recommended* if you disliked (or got bored of) FC3 or FC4 – you’ll find this too much of the same thing.
Good points: + Beautiful rendition of the diverse habitats and wildlife (particularly flora!) of Montana + A strong and arguably timely storyline, with some great themes (incl. a much better narrative “gotcha” than Bioshock) + Classic FC chaos from the intersection of weaponry, enemies, wildlife and friendly NPCs + A truly fantastic soundtrack, including the bluegrass fundamentalist songs you never knew you liked Bad points: – Rather reminiscent of previous FC titles (although definitely the most refined) – While the main storyline missions are great, side missions can get a bit repetitive and grindy – Classic FC chaos from the intersection of weaponry, enemies, wildlife and friendly NPCs – Misses anything like FC3’s narrative arc for its player character For me, the storyline is what makes this title.
It has a number of strong contemporary resonances, and builds up nicely to a very fitting end. The detail is exceptional, with a surprisingly well thought-out cult mythology, and enemies with viewpoints that you can’t entirely disagree with.
I particularly liked a segment on conditioning that’s used to good effect in the story. The various characters – and their backstories – that you meet on the journey are pretty great too. For me, they straddled the comedy / tragedy pretty well, although your mileage may vary.
More generally, the Americana setting with its militia, gun nuts, preppers, brainwashing cults, family values, and apple pie really appealed to me. While it’s still a frequently absurd game (especially when the patented FC chaos arrives), it gets most things just right.
It’d be remiss not to mention its soundtrack. It’s absolutely fantastic – mixing solid original songs from Dan Romer, excellent “reimagined” ambient versions by Hammock, and with fabulous versions sung by a choir.
They pulled the stops out, and it really adds to the overall atmosphere of the game. Who knew that propaganda songs from an apocalyptic Christian cult could be so good?.
The Father and his disciples have found you wanted to join their ranks and help them on their mission to brainwash and drug the easily manipulated people of Hope County in Montana. You read that right, folks.
The Far Cry franchise has deviated from its primal and tribal roots and set up shop in a remote and Southern sounding County of Montana in the USA. The Father is a captivating villain begging you to join him in his madness, chaos, and Bliss infused world where he is the leader that will save you from eternal damnation so long as you atone physically for your sins, inhale the Bliss, and obey his commands no matter what they entail.
Battle alongside the rebels of Hope County as they hide out in bomb shelters, stockpile money and weapons, and try to save your fellow police comrades from the torture and mind manipulation of the God-fearing, fanatical folk of the doomsday cult Eden’s Gate.
Joseph and his siblings Faith (not really his sister most likely his sexual companion), Jacob the military man, and John (the Baptist) are the main antagonists for your character to battle. You play as a rookie cop caught up in a terrifying world where no one on the outside can help you.
The opening sequence of the game has a foreboding scene in which the Father sings Amazing Grace to you. Fellow gamers, I highly recommend adding this to your collection. Open world, tough outpost takedown missions, and all out war.
I played the original Farcry games, and fell out of love with them as it felt a bit over the top, but was recently recommended to get back in to the title and rather than dive back in on the brand new FarCry 6 I figured I’d try #5.
I’ve played through about 25% now and it’s a great game. Loads of different parts to the story with twists and turns building characters and plot. Appreciate the games a couple of years old now so don’t expect the same next gen style as #6 but it’s a great game for anyone who likes the open world role play types.
Rothco’s Sniper Veil provides the perfect concealment for a sniper and their weapon. The veil measures 36″ x 46″ and is made from 100% cotton. A cinch cord runs on all 4 sides with a cord loop at each corner that would allow you to utilize the veil as a gear hammock to keep objects off the ground or secure the veil to the body or gear.
In addition to the veil concealing a weapon, it can be worn as a shemagh or scarf to protect the body from the elements.
The line has all the features and quality to make it a great choice for all techniques with spinning or casting tackle. FC Sniper is our most versatile and best-selling product. It is offered in clear and green.
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I was apprehensive about fluorocarbon line, but I wanted to try BFS Fishing and the BFS Curado reel I bought was being used by most anglers with 8 lb. fluorocarbon so I tried out the Sunline brand, and it cast so far and smooth I may give up using monofilament line altogether.
Tom Clancy s Rainbow Six Extraction is a one to three player cooperative tactical first-person shooter. Assemble your elite team of Rainbow Six operators to launch incursions into the unpredictable containment zones and discover the mysteries behind the lethal and constantly evolving Arch ns alien threat.
Knowledge, cooperation, and a tactical approach are your best weapons.
this is a great game for fans of rainbow six siege! it can be a little repetitive after a while, but it’s still fun with online play. the player base is much smaller than siege, but ubisoft is still supporting it with updates and special events, adding new playable characters, etc.
i would highly recommend this game to siege fans, or fans of cooperative team gameplay.
I’ve always been a fan of Rainbow Six and when I saw the trailer of this one I had to preorder it. Well I got it last week and we all have been totally satisfied. In fact we haven’t stopped playing it.
Great action and battles make it a really great game.
Collaborative tactical FPS that can be played by one to three people. Over 90 weapons and gadgets, 18 customizable operators, 12 large maps, 13 types of missions, 13 types of enemy archetypes, free additional content, 4 levels of difficulty, rank mode, deep progression systems.
New weapons, stories, and cosmetics are available by improving each operator’s ability in a new way. Cross-play allows you to play with friends from any platform.
This game I was really hype but for some reason didn’t capture the essence of being a complete Game. It feels More like an DLC than an actual game. Maybe if you have friends to play it’s better. It’s not a bad game but it’s not a must buy.
Fast-paced, or stealth paced action. Can get a little repetitive at times like most games like this but weapon upgrades unlocking different weapons, and if you get a crew of your friends it’s pretty fun.
Matt communicates very well, packing is outstanding, best I’ve ever seen. Real attention to detail, including where to open and how to safely remove the rod. The handwritten note was pure class. Will buy again from Matt.
For a premium rod it’s too short on the back end. If you are over 6 foot it does not extend enough to fit comfortably under the arm pit and the hand grips are poor. The end banks are so small that even the smallest braid to mono knot on 40lb leader will fit through them.
After spending some time with the sniper scope in Far Cry 6, we’ve come to the conclusion that it’s a pretty nifty piece of equipment. It allows you to see distant targets more clearly, and makes it easier to line up shots.
It’s also relatively lightweight and easy to carry, making it a good choice for those who want to be able to move quickly and easily.
Overall, we think the sniper scope is a great addition to the game, and we’re looking forward to using it more in the future.