Joystiq: "Renegade Ops has a story that can be classified either as an earnest failure of seriousness, or a reminder that parodies aren't obligated to be funny. After an overacting psycho threatens to immolate the world for no discernible reason, General Bryant loses his cool over negotiations and vows to destroy evil -- in operations that have not been granted strict governmental authorization, you see. As a member of Bryant's Z-Team equivalent, your job is to foil terrorism by blowing everything up.
Renegade Ops is adequate for what it attempts to be, but it's more conformist than the title suggests. Even the game's mission objectives struggle to summon interesting tasks after a while, resulting in the staunch General Bryant asking you to collect artifacts which he has determined belong in a museum."