Summary: From the eccentric mind of Swery, the director of cult classics Deadly Premonition and D4, Spy Fiction is his take on the stealth genre. Similar to his other games, this is a quirky and enjoyable experience throughout.
Summary: The game was pretty much a spinoff of Metal Gear Solid but still a cool fun game to play, it has many cool guns to use as well as gadgets and I would recommend this game to anyone who has played Spy and shooter games.
Ummm...I want to go back to playing Splinter Cell now.
Mcheif67 "Besieger", Amazon
23 November 2004
Summary: Ok, this game has solid graphics, that is one of two, only, good traits. The other trait is this, you get an item in the game called The Chameleon. This item allows you to become transparent(invisible)for an amount of time, or, you can use it to take pictures of people, areound the area that you are in, and take their form. Here is the problem 1.
Summary: I WISH MORE GAMES WERE MADE LIKE SPY FICTION .THE CONTROLS WERE EASY. THE GRAPHICS ARE SUPER.CHAracters ARE LIKEABLE.THE MISSIONS ARE FUN .BEING ABLE TO CHANGE BODIES IS COOL.LIKE I SAID I WISH MORE GAMES WERE LIKE THIS ONE .EVERYONE GET THIS GAME.
Excerpt: Spy Fiction is a game which is really like a tribute to both spy movies and the stealth-action video game genre. I found there to be elements from most stealth games around like Metal gear. The game is very enjoyable and fun. The story revolves around an evil terrorist organization's plot to wreak havoc on the world though an evil but ingenious plot. You are a member of the shadow organization, Phantom and are brought in to uncover this scheme and put a stop to it.