Reviews and Problems with Project IGI 2: Covert Strike
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IGI 2: Covert Strike
26 May 2012
Excerpt: IGI2 gives you control of David Jones, an ex-army man recruited by IGI (Institute for Geotactical Intelligence). IGI is a group of highly trained elite warriors, controlled by the private sector and founded by Senator Pat Lenehan.
Excerpt: The IGI, or I'm Going In series proves that you don't have to own a console to get a good stealth shooter. The IGI series in its original incarnation is far older than either Metal Gear Solid or the Johnny-come-lately Splinter Cell.
Conclusion: In closing, I must say I've really enjoyed playing IGI2: Covert Strike. It offers plenty of single-player gameplay hours, as well as a fully functional multiplayer mode, which doesn't bring anything radically new, but it's fun to try nonetheless.
Pros: The gameplay is fun, intelligent and atmospheric; plenty of single-player playtime and a multiplayer mode to boot. Excellent physics model;
Cons: AI is still spotty, ruining what would otherwise be a great game; graphics engine needs work - severe framerate hits, even on high-end rigs.
Summary: – Kdo hrál předešlý Project IGI tak je pokračovaní nutností, kdo ne tak by měl vyzkoušet oba dva díly. Jedinou pořádnou novinkou je prakticky jen multiplayer a možnost savování. IGI 2 nabízí velice kvalitní příběh, detailní modely zbraní, propracované mise a jejich rozmanitou náplň a především také...