Summary: just let me say that rouge ops is no halo the plot typical graphics not worthy of the xbox the ai are idiots you could be right next to them and they would not even see you are you could be and the perfect hideing spot and your caught if you buy this game be pepared to die many deaths or get a game over because if you do one little thing wrong you will have to start over and the combat system sucks you repeat the three same moves over and over and over again everything...
Summary: I played this game today through the first training mission and a portion of the second training mission. In the latter, the objective is to terminate a guard on station. For this game, I have to approach the guard, activate the A button, and duplicate a series of movements. I noticed that based on my position that these varied. Unfortunately, the cut scene didn't match my movements.
Summary: I wanted to like this game.... I really did. I played it through, and it is now in the trash, as I would not even want to pawn this on a used buyer. If you like games where you spend hours just getting by a silly puzzle (i.e. turning the analog thumb control various directions within a absurdly short time limit just to get inside a door).
Summary: If you loved splinter cell like I did, you may feel tempted to get this game. It promises interesting stealth gameplay, yet it hardly delivers. First off, the gameplay control is very frustrating. Nikki walks around as if she were drunk; try to simply walk forward and she'll veere left and right. Also, there is practically zero freedom to do anything on the fly. Sure you can grapple and hang from ledges, but only when the "magic cursor" allows you to.
Summary: Don't let the name put you off... 'Rogue Ops' might sound like a cheesy Van-Damme movie, but its actually one of the best action-stealth games out there! You play 'Nikki Connors' who is a kick-ass military operative on a mission of personal revenge against the terrorists that killed her daughter. The game plays like a cross between 'Splinter Cell' and 'Tomb Raider', although the gameplay is far superior to Lara Crofts latest outing! This game is HARD.
Summary: In gaming, 'stealth' is the new 'bullet time'. Every other game released seems to have a stealth element tacked on, no matter how inappropriate, and the situation is rapidly approaching saturation point. Dedicated stealth games are ten-a-penny, no doubt due to the critical and commercial success of games like Metal Gear Solid 2 and Splinter Cell. This means that any new stealth-based titles are instantly compared to these originals, and are usually found wanting.