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Rogue Ops
5.6 out of 10

Rogue Ops

Two years of rigorous training bought Nikki a one-way ticket to Read more

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Overall 10
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It's a pretty good game.

Reggie, Amazon
12 August 2012
  • 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,...
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Overall 10
10

Sneaky Sneaky

Amazon
3 December 2003
  • 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.
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Overall 10
10

The Best in its Field!!

"vh5000", Amazon
29 September 2005
  • Summary: Rogue Ops is a third person stealth action title and has plenty to offer the tactically minded gamer. It has lots of features that make it stand out from the pack; an almost overwhelming array of gadgets and guns, and a strong female lead, to name but two. Rogue Ops' heroine is Nicky Connors, an ex-Special Forces operative who takes revenge for the tragic killing of her family.
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Overall 10
10

sometimes frustrating but rewarding

"vh5000", Amazon
7 February 2004
  • Summary: Played the US version. Sometimes it's just too frustratingly hard, plus the control is not that good. You must use both analog stick to control the character. But, it offers some interesting gameplay. A bit like Splinter Cell, hiding in the shadows, killing enemies, taking out a guards or security cameras undetected, but with more ways to solve a problem plus more cool weapons and tools. Not much all out guns blazing, unless you are extremely good.
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