Gaming Age: Operation Darkness Review

Travis Dwyer Writes:

"One thing most gamers can agree on is that when it comes to RPGs, Atlus knows their stuff. More specifically, they along with NIS America, have pretty much cornered the market on strategy RPGs. So when news of a new SRPG combining a World War II setting with a mix of the occult, werewolves and vampires, was coming to the Xbox 360, it was time to stand up and take notice. Unfortunately Operation Darkness falls way short of expectations, containing many defects and sporting a camera so bad it's nearly unplayable.

For starters, Operation Darkness doesn't really look the part of a 360 game. It reminds me of the early port jobs Activision did for the 360 with games like Gun, where there was really only a change in resolution from the older systems. Still, as long as I can remember, SRPGs have always been behind the curve on graphical presentation with few exceptions like Front Mission and Stella Deus. So while it is the first thing that strikes you, it's still not a big deal for this type of game."

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