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Submitted by IDFinners 1016d ago | review

Signal Ops Review [Just Press Start]

Ian of Just Press Start writes:

"Perhaps it is only fitting that a game based around the concept of multiple-perspectives has left me with a rather divided opinion of it. Or perhaps I am merely coercing a common feature of a review into this slightly ill-fitting comparison in order to give it some rather pointless flair. Regardless, the stealthy-FPS–tactical-espionag e-strategy game that is Signal Ops is one of the most frustrating things I’ve ever played; Worse than that, I can’t even write a cathartic, scathing review of it as it simply doesn’t deserve it despite the bugs, ambiguous objectives and some rather questionable design decisions." (PC, Signal Ops) -

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