Rainbow Six Siege is a tactical high-skilled shooter video game. You play in 5 vs 5, attackers and defenders playing around a key objective. The attackers have a choice of 16 different operators only on offense. These operators have special abilities and a non-unique gadget like grenades. For example, one operator has a large sledgehammer he can use to open up floors, walls, and hatches and another operator has the ability to destroy reinforcements placed by defenders. Defenders can choose from 17 different operators unique to their team. Their job is to keep the attackers out of their objective for a set amount of time. Defenders have abilities like one-way mirrors and protective armor plates. They can also barricade doors and reinforce walls. Barricades take 3 punches to destroy and cut off movement routes for defenders and barricades are unlimited. Reinforcements are limited to 2 per defender (10 total) and can be placed on walls so that you need a special ability on offense to break them. Defenders use these to defend their objective, which is either hostage, secure area, or bomb. In hostage, you must extract a hostage outside, in bomb, attackers plant a defuser and must defend it, and on secure area you need to clear the area and stand on the objective without any defenders in the room. I would recommend this game to anyone who likes first-person shooters and wants to try something new.
Jack, 8th Grade