Excerpt: Over the past few years there’s been a growing emphasis on co-operatively gameplay, so much so that we’re beginning to see games designed specifically with co-op in mind. One such game is Conflict: Denied Ops.
Excerpt: Last year quite a number of decent shooters saw the revue. Top games like Call of Duty 4 managed to surpass our expectations and whether we’ll be as lucky this year is something we’ll just have to hope for. Conflict: Denied Ops is already one of the first to see the light of day in 2008.
Excerpt: Conflict: Denied Ops, with its explosive – almost dumb – action, and clichéd characterization makes the game almost Hollywood esque in its approach, which may be rather upsetting to those who previously enjoyed the series for its slower paced tactical action.
Excerpt: You can never be sure with Eidos. The publisher releases some genuinely brilliant games (the previous two Tomb Raider titles, Chili Con Carnage, Just Cause, Rogue Trooper to name just a few), but also some very dodgy titles (Commandos: Strike Force, Kane & Lynch, Infernal, Reservoir Dogs, Angel of...
Excerpt: Anyone who loves action or shooter games should instantly recognize the “Conflict” series of videogames. Conflict: Denied Ops, published by Eidos Interactive, is the fifth and latest game in the series.
Excerpt: It seems that the flavour of the year are "buddy" shooters such as Army of Two and Kane & Lynch, and now the PC port of Conflict: Denied Ops on XBox 360 which once again allows the gamer to join an "AI" friend in order to shoot their way to victory.
Conclusion: If that weren’t enough of a tip off that Conflict: Denied Ops is as straightforward a shooter as there ever was, the ammo is unlimited, which is a good thing because the selection of weapons is extremely limited – you can’t even pick-up weapons from enemies.
Excerpt: When it comes to FPS’s, there’s something particularly fun and exhilarating about teaming up with a friend or competent bot and blasting away at the enemy together. And with two characters that have such different roles; Graves; a sniper, and Lang, the stereotypical close up combat/heavy weapons...