*"*Recon" is about a rookie FBI agent who embeds herself in a suspected terrorist family.
Status: In Development
Runtime: 60 minutes
Recon - Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon (2001 video game) - Netflix
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon is a tactical shooter video game developed by Red Storm Entertainment, a Ubisoft subsidiary, and published by Ubisoft in 2001 for Microsoft Windows. It was ported to Mac OS, PlayStation 2 and Xbox in 2002 and to the GameCube in 2003. Ports for N-Gage and Game Boy Advance were planned, but later canceled. Unlike Clancy's other tactical shooter series, Rainbow Six, Ghost Recon is not based on any of his books. Together with Rainbow Six, SWAT 3, and Operation Flashpoint, game industry experts generally credit Ghost Recon with defining and refining the tactical shooter genre. Ghost Recon's success has spawned 2 expansion packs, Desert Siege and Island Thunder, as well as numerous sequels for video game consoles and the PC.
Recon - Awards - Netflix
The editors of PC Gamer US presented Ghost Recon with their 2001 “Best Sound” and overall “Game of the Year” awards, and wrote that “few games have made us cringe in shock, roar with aggression, or exult in victory the way Ghost Recon has.” Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon was also named Best Game of the Year in 2001 by IGN. Ghost Recon was a runner-up in IGN's “Best Action Game 2001” and “Best Use Of Sound” (“Reader's Choice”). Wargamer gave it three bronze awards in “Game of the Year”, awarded Red Storm with “Game Developer of the Year”, and gave “Game Publisher of the Year” to Ubisoft.
Recon - References - Netflix