Death to Spies Review (IGN): 8/10

Say what you will about Adolph and his Nazi-fied cronies in real life, but there's no doubt the bunch of 'em have played starring roles in the computer gaming world ever since that world began way back in the 1980s. Such is the case once again in Death to Spies, an intriguing, intelligent, and ultimately worthwhile third-person action-adventure where stealth is the name of the game, patience is far more than a virtue, and saving your progress is more commonplace than shooting your gun.

Even with its quirks, Death to Spies is an entertaining, varied, and highly addictive pastime for those who enjoy exercising their brain as much as their trigger finger. It's intelligently delivered, credibly presented, and anything but easy.

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