Summary: For being a "stealth action" game, it definately doesn't fail in what it's mainly designed to do... be a stealth game. The game does the stealth part extremely well, and I was very pleased with it. However, all games are not perfect. So when it comes to the action part, although there are some parts of the game during combat and exploration that may get you frustrated and upset a few time, and also leave you scratching your head wondering where to go and what to do next,...
Summary: Get this one only if you either love stealth-based play and need a break from Splinter Cell/Metal Gear or are looking for a discount item. Movement control is clunky, especially since you have to use the the "look" command in specific (VERY specific) onscreen hotspots to perform anything but the most basic of actions. Has some serious glitch issues as well (eg, I died during a boss fight, yet the cinematic showing the boss' death played and I went to the next level).
Summary: I bought this game because of the picture on the box - well, forget about seeing that "feature" in the game. You get a rather primitively animated character. So how's the gameplay? Not too great. You'll spend a lot of time standing around waiting for stuff to happen. Wait...and wait and wait and wait...for some guy to walk down a hallway so you can sneak behind him. Wait for some guy to show up so you can shoot him.
Summary: I bought my copy for $6.99 at EB Games--brand new! And for that price, you can't find too much wrong with it. Yes, it's a blatant rip-off of Splinter Cell (with a healthy dose of Tomb Raider, Syphon Filter and a pinch of Metal Gear Solid mixed in), but it's fun in it's own right. The graphics are actually pretty good, not Splinter Cell quality, but what is? And the voice acting is better than expected. If you like stealth games, then I recommend you buy Rogue Ops.
Summary: The game is frustrating. That's simply it. There are only eight stages, and all the people I know that play this game say it's frustrating. The controls hurt. The graphics aren't moving at 60 FPS, so the controls are clumsy. Left analog to move, right analog to turn. Easy? Not easy when you have a choppy frame rate. The game has some very strange mechanics. The strangest is the security cameras. One time, I went right across the camera. The alarm didn't sound. Weird.
Summary: This game seems on the surface like another covert-ops-stealth-infiltration game, a la Metal Gear or Splinter Cell. The key difference between Metal Gear or Splinter Cell and this titles is that Metal Gear and Splinter Cell didn't suck. The controls are very crappy. I often found myself running in circles trying to get into the perfect spot so the stupid little green icon would come up and let me DO SOMETHING.
Summary: This game does have its good points. The graphics are great and the objectives of the game are realistic. The game controls are a little annoying, as you have to go into a special "view" mode to make your character look around and look in a specific area in order to find something...and if you miss that specific area, she won't "see" it and therefore be able to do the thing you want her to do. The enemy A.I.
Summary: This game is tough. You have to sneak around steathily because if you get caught it is impossible. The plot is terrible and the voices are as bad as castlevania. It's dumb that the gaurds like can't see you in the dark if you are crouching down and right behind them stealing something from his pocket. Good level design. Graphics aren't really jaw droping.
Summary: If I were you I would let this game sneak onto my shelf. This is a great game for anyone who likes stealth-based gameplay. If you liked Splinter Cell, this is a great game to hold you over until Splinter Cell: Pandorra Tommorrow comes out. It has a great set of enemy A.I. The controls are not as hard as they sound, they are about the same as the Socom U.S. Navy Seals 2 set. If you give this game a chance, it may sneak it's way onto your favorite games list.