07-07-18 Rainbow Six: Vegas

Well it has been three weeks since the last episode but here we are back again with Rainbow Six: Vegas and our thoughts about this years E3.

WorldGone Awry choose not to join us but we had guests Slayer and sort of Kaisuke.


11 Comments so far

  1. Beasty Chaga2 July 19th, 2007 4:12 AM


  2. domnumber1 July 19th, 2007 12:49 PM

    woah, the credits music blew me away. that was brilliant.

  3. big_gunnar X July 24th, 2007 8:29 AM

    if only u were on the casino level but anyway good hpaw chaps

  4. big_gunnar X July 24th, 2007 8:32 AM

    and i forgot woot!!!!! a possible online mario kart for wii!!

  5. neilthecellist July 24th, 2007 7:33 PM

    May I offer a bit of a suggestion?

    I admire your videos. Really, I do. But in order to feasibly progress in a game like Rainbow Six: Vegas, you guys could use a *bit* of more tactics; that is, not running into cross fire, and avoid blind-firing. This is not Gears of War.

    I played through this entire game on Realistic mode on the PC (yes, I realize that with the mouse and keyboard it’s “easier” than on console controllers) and my setup throughout the entire game consisted of:

    MP5N with Reflex Scope
    G3KA4 with 6X Scope
    Desert Eagle with high capacity (high capacity increases stability/control of the weapon, thereby reducing overall recoil and maximizing accuracy)
    Frag Grenades
    Flashbang Grenades

    I died a total of five times throughout the whole game.

    Anyway, I’m not writing this in attempt to bash you guys. Really, I’m not. You guys are great, you have a great collection of videos for a lot of people to enjoy (I’m a personal admirer of the Gears of War marathon for its sheer amount of…. awesomeness jam packed into downloadable-size videos). I’m merely trying to say, approach R6 Vegas from a different angle. Yes, I realize that you guys like to crack jokes (which I enjoy, don’t get me wrong), and that there is always the element of fun in a game… but let’s be honest here… Rainbow Six Vegas isn’t a run-and-gun game.

    By the way, for anyone interested, the soundtrack is available free by the composer at http://www.haslinger.com (in response to comment #2)

    And before you ask… I’m a cellist. Seriously.

    -Neil the Cellist

    P.S. Again, *please* do not take this comment personally. I will stress one more time that I am an admirer of HPAW videos, and you guys make great stuff. Really, you guys do. Just… this video made me

    P.S. 2: I realize that I am writing an unusually long comment. If this is inappropriate on the HPAW website, yell at me or something. neilthecellist@gmail.com

  6. Vegito7777777 July 26th, 2007 1:52 PM

    wow that was a really long comment but thank you HPAW for the Rainbow six vegas video!

  7. neilthecellist July 26th, 2007 5:03 PM

    By the way, the “credits” music you’re listening to is COMPLETELY different from the end credits music you hear if you actually completed the single player campaign.


  8. gaming guy7 July 26th, 2007 11:05 PM

    Cool.Hey Mempf.If your reading this,can you e-mail me.i have a personal favor to ask of you.if you arent able to contact me in any way,ill figure out another way to contact you then.

  9. Fitzy August 21st, 2007 8:19 AM

    i love the rainbow six series and i have this one for the 360 this is the best game ever also slayer and striker make a good coop team nice job guys

  10. Fitzy September 6th, 2007 12:15 PM

    btw mempf on the xbox 360 version the screen is split verdicly so its not just the PS3

  11. drdremacdre March 9th, 2008 11:46 AM

    i like call of duty 4 better

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