QUOTE(DarkRiot701 @ May 14 2006, 08:38 PM)
I don't know what that one guy was talking aobut but this topic is about getting voice to work over System Link because Rainbow Six: Lockdown and Rainbow Six: Critical Hour DO NOT have the option to use headsets to talk over system link. Even though Rainbow Six 3 and Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow DO let you use headsets over system link. This was a horrible mistake/decision on UbiSoft's part, whatever the reason may be.
Anyways... I was looking at the files and directories of Rainbow Six 3 and Rainbow Six: Lockdown side by side and they are TOTALLY different. Rainbow Six 3 has not even 2,000 files while Rainbow Six: Lockdown has over 20,000 files! I have no clue where the vioce option would be in Rainow Six 3 so I don't even know where to start on Rainbow Six: Lockdown.
I dunno if this is even possible... I guess I just have to give up and accept defeat on this mission
I was tired, not thinking straight
but anyway maybe it was a mistake to you but it is all marketing. Ubisoft is trying to discourage system-link play and get people on Xbox Live. System link is suppose to be LAN (Local
Area Connection) not played as an alternative Xbox Live (XBConnect etc) and Ubisoft just doesn't look up to it and so do many other companys as it is considered a 'hack'. Therefore companys purposely take out the ability to use headsets over system-link (as you wouldn't need it with your friends sitting next to you using the other TV). Anyway the reason why it is so different (you can even notice yourself dramastic in gameplay between the originals and Lockdown/Critical Hour) is because in the original series they used the Unreal Engine and for Lockdown/Critical Hour they use the Havok Engine.