Conflict: Denied Ops
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
This is a single player only title
Venezuela is left in a state of civil war after the government was brutally overthrown by a military coup. The threat needs to be neutralized, and the U.S can’t risk nuclear war. Utilize the specific skills of your operatives and experience the ultimate in destructive satisfaction with tons of exploding objects and an endless barrage of terrorists who are begging to be blown to hell.
Two-Man Tactics – Switch between team members at any time for maximum control.
Explode Your Enemies – Levels are built around massive fire fights with a continuous stream of enemies, and tons of exploding objects littered around the level to help your cause.
Destroy Everything – Obliterate your enemies with explosions, demolish buildings, blow through walls and destroy almost anything in the environment.
Accessible Action – Give commands to your team mate simply by pressing or holding a single button. Concentrate on the action, not complicated menus or control schemes.
Puncture-Tech™ – Utilize strategic destruction made possible with new Puncture-Tech™ technology developed by Pivotal Studios. Blast open new pathways, shoot unaware enemies through walls, or create holes in your cover to generate firing paths.
Denied Innovationsycomantis1991 | May 28, 2015 | See all sycomantis1991's reviews »
This game is a very standard FPS. It's a bit more methodical in the vain of Ghost Recon, but the actual controls and firefights play similarly to medal of Honor or Call of Duty. It looks good for it's time and it's not totally unenjoyable to play. The problem is that it does nothing to separate itself from the crowd and you can find more unique shooters or even shooters that do what it does better for the same price tag.
Coop is actually kinda enjoyableDagexon | April 26, 2014 | See all Dagexon's reviews »
Compared to most first person shooters this game doesn't exactly shine. Graphically the game looks horrendous and the plot is abysmal (it's something to do with capturing some nukes..... I think). However, there are a few cool things. Compared to most shooters the environments a fairly destructible which would provide some eye-candy if the textures weren't so awful but the destruction does none-the-less provide some more depth to the combat. The campaign is also entirely playable in coop which, because I love my coop, I was really thankful for as it's just so much more fun to play this game with a friend, especially because the level design does at least allow for the two players to split up a bit. So yeah, this game isn't great but if you have played most of the other coop games out there but you're still thirsty for more then this may be worth checking out, especially because it's so cheap.