Excerpt: Stealth is big business in today’s gaming arena, and the latest entrant into the melting pot is Kemco’s Rogue Op’s , finding itself being pitched in against industry giants such as Metal Gear Solid and Splinter Cell that have set the benchmark that others must strive for.
Excerpt: In recent years, the third person stealth combat genre has been a very popular one among gamers. Some games have pulled it off very nicely, like Metal Gear Solid 2 and Splinter Cell. But unfortunately, some copy cats of these two great games have fallen short of being as good as them.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: The gist of all this is of course, is the game worth your money? Well... maybe. If you've played all the top-tier stealth titles and crave more, then Rogue Ops might provide a momentary distraction. Frustrating, often unforgiving objectives may infuriate those new to the genre, however.
Excerpt: Not many feminine ninjas or agents have been implemented into games... mostly due to men being the dominative race of gamers (and geeks). Female heroes are usually sly and sneaky, as in this game's hero, Nikki. As a special agent, she must sneak and silently kill through many levels, for justice.
Excerpt: In Rogue Ops, you play Nikki Conners, a cute, petite blond who had the minor misfortune of having her husband and daughter killed in an explosion courtesy of a terrorist group with the unlikely name of Omega 19.
Summary: "Square-Enix beschert allen Japano-RPG Fans, die eine PSP besitzen, hiermit ein wirklich sehr gut gelungenes Remake des SNES Originals. HÃ¼bsche 2D-Grafik, gute Synchronisation, spaÃŸiges Kampfsystem und ein netter Umfang verpackt in einer unterhaltenswerten Geschichte machen dieses Spiel aus.