Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is a mobile version of Ubisoft's popular first-person shooter of the same name.
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier for Java throws you into a series of increasingly complex missions linked to the same storyline. Your mission is to take down the enemy using the sophisticated weapons and technology at your disposal. This includes everything from intelligent camouflage suits to helicopter bots that can explore remote areas for you.
Graphically, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is obviously a way off of the PC and console version. Instead of the first-person approach, this mobile of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier adopts a third-person view, with fairly detailed sprites and backgrounds. There's plenty of blood and dead bodies, which will please gore fans.
The controls in Ghost Recon: Future Soldier are based around the d-pad (or 2, 4, 6, and 8 keys) for moving around, the center button (or 5 key) to shoot, and the 0 button to enter stealth mode. Aiming is more intelligent than just pointing and shooting. It's possible to creep up on enemies and take them out with one shot, or switch targets during firing.
Although Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is good fun to play and has diverse missions and lots of weapons, there is a problem with game controls that lets it down. Controlling the movement of the character is very fiddly using the d-pad/keypad and it's very easy, especially on small phones, to run into the enemy by mistake when you're trying to be stealthy. After a while this starts to spoil what is otherwise a good game.
If you enjoy war games, then Ghost Recon: Future Soldier will make for a fun way to pass some time with your phone.