Summary: Anyone who's familiar with the Conflict series on the PS2, Gamecube and Xbox will fondly remember the great games released before this one. Conflict desert storm, Conflict- Back to Baghdad, Conflict- Vietnam and Conflict- Global terror amongst the other games released by Pivotal.
Summary: I like the graphics & I haven't had much trouble with the AI yet. I am playing on easy difficulty so that might be part of it. I usually play as Graves because he gets killed to quick on his own.
Summary: My experience with this title has been better than the other reviewers, I guess. I like the graphics and I haven't had much trouble with the AI yet. I am playing on easy difficulty so that might be part of it. I usually play as Graves because he gets killed to quick on his own.
Summary: Let me say it first, this game has a split screen co-op option for all of the missions!!! For me, that is already enough to give it a 3 star minimum. Most of the rest of it is average or less.
Summary: There seems to be a trend as of late to create Xbox 360 first person shooters that involve team-mates. I played Army of two about a month ago, and I really enjoyed it. So, I decided to give Conflict: Denied ops a whirl as well. What I got for my money was just an average offering.
Summary: This game isn't all that bad, but it is if you take as a conflict sequel. Gameplay and everything holds up Ok (in the demo at least), but when i compare it to desert storm it is very disappointing. Don't get me wrong this game is pretty good, it's just not a Conflict game
Summary: I think a lot of the coments are harsh i agree the first 3 levels i thought on this is total gash but i stuck with it and it grew on me im far into the game now and it really dose develop into a decent title