Good news for those of you whinging about the absence of a new Xbox Live Arcade game: the promised single-player demo of Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 has turned up on Xbox Live Marketplace instead.
It's 625MB and sees Scott Mitchell and his ghost team back in Mexico cleaning up a rebel camp just outside Juarez - the idea being to destroy a number of objectives and allow the loyalist Mexican army in through the resulting holes. We've all been there.
It's the second mission in the full game's campaign, apparently - there will be 12 in all, along with 14 multiplayer maps and a six-mission co-operative campaign suitable for playing with those of your friends who enjoy motor function sufficient not to die doing the same mine cart section 28 times in a row naming no names Kristan.
What was I saying? Oh yeah, the full game is due out on Xbox 360 from 9th March. Others will follow shortly after, with PSP and PC on 30th March and the PS3 version - originally mooted for the console's 23rd March launch - due out sometime this spring.
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