Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 review
For all of its flaws, Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 certainly grows on you.
You’ve got to see through the worst of its problems before it gets there, though. It starts off rough, force-feeding you exposition and not relenting until it lets you loose on your first proper mission some 30 minutes later. What it sets up is jingoistic, overwritten and what would be horrendous if it weren’t so bland. You’re Jon North, elite black-ops agent and prime chewer of scenery who knuckles his way through a story that’s all too easy to tune out of.
Which is probably for the best, as away from the miserable plotting there’s a decent game here. It’s a fine recreation of what pop-culture tells us sniping is all about, and you’ll spend most of your time in Sniper Ghost Warrior’s newly-introduced open world edging towards your target, scaling drainpipes or cautiously descending rocky outcrops to get yourself to that one perfect sniping spot.
Original Post By – Eurogamer