Project IGI Review
Project IGI: I’m Going In is a classic game from Interloop Studios that garners a lot of attention from fans of action style games. It follows the trend of popular first-person shooter games, such as the Rainbow Six Series, the Delta Force series, and SWAT 3, eschewing the outlandish futuristic weapons and imaginary settings and focusing instead on contemporary realism. In the game, you will play as David Llewelyn Jones, a former Special Air Service member, tasked to retrieve the stolen nuclear warhead and prevent international terrorism. Project IGI consists of 14 missions that blend stealth, covert surveillance, and high-powered firefights. It gives you access to a large arsenal of real-world modeled weapons and high-tech gadgets. This game encourages stealth and careful observation rather than brute force, giving you a refreshing take on the traditional shoot ‘em up genre. However, despite the long and complex mission, its replay value is limited due to its shortcomings. Among these letdowns are its single-player limitation, stale stealth elements, and odd perspective-switching. The game also does not save your progress, requiring you to restart from scratch several times.
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