Some FPS Games requires absolutely no knowledge of tactics whatsoever! You just simply storm in the room and start shooting randomly hoping to hit someone! But there are some FPS games out there that require tactical plannings, immaculate execution and extraordinary teamwork to complete the objective. This… Is the top 3 games that actually require tactics.
1. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
I’ve done a review on this previously, but we’ve got to talk about how awesome this game actually is! You can’t just run in, guns blazing! You need to plan it out with your fellow GIGN’s! Each team-member has their strength and weaknesses and it’s your job as a player to assess them! Fortify Walls, Secure the hostage and play several different gamemodes. Communication is the key to victory! See how awesome it is? Rainbow Six Siege definitely deserves it’s spot in the No.1!
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2. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell : Chaos Theory
I’ve got to say, Splinter Cell : Chaos Theory is rather an old game made in the early 2000’s. This game is best played with a friend! Complete different missions as the Splinter Cells and stealthily make your way to the objective! Kill enemies silently, use the shadows and complete one of the most dangerous mission in the world! Splinter Cell : Chaos Theory may be old, and the graphics may not be the best. But we all know it’s all about the gameplay!
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3. Counter Strike : Global Offensive
CS:GO might not be the most tactical of FPS games, but we’ve got to appreciate SOME of it’s realism. Stress on “Some.” Although Global Offensive’s mechanics can be summed up in several words which are ,”shoot the guy in the head ’till he dies,” it can require some tactical planning! CS:GO really brings back memories of the old Counter Strike doesn’t it?
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