|New CoNFLict: Denied Ops Xbox 360 Video Game|
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|Conflict: Denied Ops (Xbox 360, 2008)|
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|Conflict: Denied Ops (Xbox 360, 2008) PRE OWNED|
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|Conflict: Denied Ops (Xbox 360)-GAME DISC ONLY - 99%+ RATING-Ships in 24 Hours|
|The fifth title in Pivotal Games' squad-based "Conflict" series takes players into the aftermath of a military coup that plunges Venezuela into civil war. Gamers take control two different members of the CIA's Special Activities Division, the hardened veteran Graves, and the exuberant newcomer Lang, as they travel deep behind enemy lines on three continents attempting to prevent the brutal new dictator from acquiring nuclear weapons. The Denied Ops portion of the title comes from the depth of their clandestine activities: if any member is captured, all links to the U.S. will be denied.|
Though the action is primarily handled like a first-person shooter, players can instantly alternate between both characters to take advantage of their individual skills, provide covering fire, or set up an enemy-shredding fusillade. A variety of different weapons allow players to approach the game in the manner they see fit, like using silenced weapons and Graves' sniper skills to maneuver quietly, or taking advantage of Lang's arsenal of heavy machinery to blow enemies to bits. Gamers can also take control of armored personnel carriers, tanks, and hovercrafts, or call in air support from F-22 fighter jets and AH-64D Apache helicopters.
Most of the action in Denied Ops takes the form of massive firefights that allow the game to showcase its highly destructible environments. Players can demolish entire buildings, turn vehicles into flaming metal shells, or strategically use their weapons to carve out escape routes, attack covered enemies, and shoot through their own cover. Gamers can undertake the main campaign alone or team up with a friend in two-player co-op online and split-screen modes. Further multiplayer support lets up to four split-screen players or 16 online players battle it out in Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, and Conquest Mode.
|Game||Conflict: Denied Ops|
|Number of Players||1-4|
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Average review score based on 12 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
Well I played the first level of this game so I'm not the most qualified to review this title, but I will try. The graphics leave a lot to be desired but it is a little bit older game. The gameplay itself is pretty linear. The controls are not very good. It's difficult to aim which makes this game a little less fun. The enemies are pretty generic and the game is pretty generic. The main characters are just two guys they pull from a action movie. One is sneaky and snipes. The other is slower and a heavy weapons specialist. The only saving grace for this title is that it's coop on one console. You don't see too many of one console coops anymore, so it is nice to see that. Otherwise, just rent it. I DO NOT recommend buying this.
What can I say, I love the Conflict games. I have all the other Conflict games for my PS2 system and have beaten them all in all levels of difficulty. I have a problem with first person shooter games. Some of them actually make me physically ill and I have to lay down and close my eyes for a while. The Conflict games are third person shooter games and I don't have any problem with them. I decided to buy Denied Ops because I have all the other ones. Great games for anyone who likes third person shooter games.
I like the co-op, love the gameplay and graphics, dislike not being able to play it in 3rd person. I bought it to play with my 11 year old nephew.
We love being on the same side fighting the "bad guys"!!!!!!
This item is a war video game the graphics and game play are good and the weapons that are used get better and better as the game goes on. Reason I brought this game is because I like the conflict game series.
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