IGI 2: Covert Strike Single-player demo Review
Ex-Military David Jones is back to prevent international terrorism and world catastrophe in this action game. IGI 2: Covert Strike is the second installment to the first-person shooter game, IGI. It is a refreshing mix of stealth and shoot ‘em up action that allows you to approach a mission in several ways. Like its predecessor, it encourages players to use subtlety and intelligence rather than blowing up stuff to overcome obstacles. It comes with a 19-level mission campaign set in a real-world location that spans three continents. These missions range from all-out base assault to covert surveillance and infiltration. More so, players will have the choice of weaponry from more than 30 guns and other accurately real-world modeled weapons. Taking everything into consideration, IGI 2: Covert Strike is, by far, better than its predecessor. However, it still lacks the engrossing and deep stealth action that gamers are looking for. Its stale stealth elements and unimpressive AI are still a letdown that had the first IGI game heavily criticized.
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