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6.2 out of 10

Operation Darkness

Enter an alternate World War II-era where history and fantasy co Read more

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Overall 6


Country Boy, Amazon
5 December 2010
  • Summary: I played this for a short time only because the camera angles were bad. It seems like a good concept for a game. I thought initially I got hidden gem. That quickly changed when I played for several hours. I think if the camera angles were fixed I would have really enjoyed it. I didn't pay too much for it, so it isn't a big let down. I wouldn't recommend this unless you are out of polished games. This one doesn't shine.
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Overall 6

"I attack the Darkness!"

Michael J. Tresca "Talien", Amazon
21 November 2010
  • Summary: When Operation Darkness came out I couldn't resist. Zombies, vampires, werewolves, and World War II? What's not to love? Unfortunately, Operation Darkness has difficulty executing its ideas. It is a Japanese-style strategy game, which means there's lots of written dialogue punctuated by awkward ellipses silences ("..."). This dialogue, which has very little to do with the actual conflicts, is conducted entirely by audio and still graphics.
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Overall 6

Operation Darkness Review

Joey Joe Joe Jr S. "high flyer", Amazon
3 September 2009
  • Summary: The mixed reviews for this game are certainly justifiable. Due to the narrow scope of the reviews here on Amazon I felt it was my personal responsibility to explain this game in the detail it deserves. Please allow me to summarize what I feel are the games strengths and weaknesses. "Operation Darkness" features an excellent thematic concept that will resonate with most rpg players, namely "sci fi meets camp 1940's horror, set during WW2".
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