Excerpt: "Well what a great idea for a game... some dudes have stolen a nuclear weapon...nice to see the guys at Eidos are really pushing there writers into original plots(!) So what would make the game stand out from a fairly overused plot? We will see! ---Graphics--- The graphics are pretty ok, not up to photo-realism by far but definitely away from primitive cartoons seen in some games. The people look...average, scenery is quite nice and tanks and ...
Excerpt: "The game itself isn't bad graphically should you push the resolution to 1600 x 1200 but this is quite a high resolution and isn't within reach of some graphics cards. Playability is good, but the AI of some soldiers leaves a lot to be desired. Gadgetery and guns is good. The use of the shift key as the action button is annoying especially since the quick pressing of it activates window's sticky key function. The story line is a bit lame but its not ...
Excerpt: "...the Ciao website, and that Project IGI is now out on budget, I thought it might be a good idea to write a review. This game could be so, so good, but overall, its just so so. You move through the game,playing as ex SAS soldier David Llewelyn Jones, completing levels trying to rescue Proboi. The first few levels are easy, but you soon realise that lack of a save game feature becomes exceedingly annoying in the larger later levels. Most of the commands ...
Project IGI (PC): An excellent game, pity about the support for it
15 July 2001
Summary: First before I get to the criticsms I will go over the good parts, Graphics ******** Using a modified engine from a flight sim, ensures that this game can show vast distances with ease. The graphics are good, whilst not being outstanding. A disappointment is the limited amount of death animations that the enemies have. If you have a decent PC with a lot of ram, then you can up the resolution and graphics details to maximum.
Pros: Great graphics, Runs well on a variety of machines, Good weapons and recoil effects
Cons: Lack of AI, Lack of savegame feature, Lack of multiplayer
Summary: What’s so great about the game? Well its because you have to sneak around the various levels trying not to be detected by the enemy or security cameras. The cameras are controlled by computer consoles, which you can turn off & then shoot out or just shoot out. If an enemy spots you, he will press the nearest alarm button which will bring hordes of nasty, gun toting bad guys down on you!
Summary: Project IGI feels like nothing else out there. Sure, there's Delta Force, Special Ops, Commandos and even Deus Ex, and Project IGI is a combination of them all. But there's something about it that feels very different. Playing a single operative, David Llewelyn Jones (making Project IGI perhaps the first game to feature a Welshman as the main character), you have to take part in 12 missions, linked through a story to recapture a terrorist who has been caught turning on...
Project IGI: La réalité à l'état pur !!!! (en solo...)
31 July 2011
Excerpt: Vous qui, comme moi, avez rêvé de casser du preneur d'otage toute votre vie, vous allez enfin pouvoir vous défouler à loisir sur les méchants grâce à Eidos et son Project IGI (I'm Going In). Le jeu vous propose d'incarner David L. Jones, un ex agent du SAS envoyé en mission spéciale en Estonie où des ogives nucléaires ont été dérobées par la mafia.
Pros: Exellente réalisation, Sensation de réalité, Animation
Cons: Intelligence artificielle, PAS DE MODES MULTILAY !!!