When firefights break out, bullets sending plaster dust into the air and punching holes through walls and doors, Rainbow Six Siege [official site] is as effective a depiction of close quarters first-person combat as I’ve ever seen. It reminds me of F.E.A.R., Monolith’s horror-themed FPS. Take away the slow motion and the scare tactics, and F.E.A.R. is still fantastic, thanks to some of the crunchiest and weightiest shooting in gaming.
As in intense and grimly beautiful depiction of firefights, Siege is on the same level.