Rainbow Six 3 for the Xbox has infiltrated the manufacturing plant, bumped off the night-time security and slipped quietly inside the duplication machines, which means the game should quite happily clamber onto shop shelves in time for November 14th.
The reason we're quite excited about Rainbow Six 3 isn't just because it's a port of a PC Clancy title. No no, it's much more than that. In fact, the game has been pulled apart and stuck back together as something all the more interesting, promising a brand new "plot", new missions, enhanced visuals thanks to Splinter Cell technology, and of course co-op and head-to-head play over Xbox Live. We shall now don our balaclavas and await its arrival from behind the sofa.