Rogue Ops Xbox

Metascore
63

Mixed or average reviews - based on 24 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 24
  2. Negative: 4 out of 24
Buy On
  1. 80
    If you sneak up behind someone, you have the option of picking his pocket or performing a cool and dramatic bloodless kill that will make hiding his body more effective. These sneaky kills are especially nice since once you trigger them.
  2. Game Informer
    75
    It makes a good effort at bringing the best of "Splinter Cell," "Metal Gear," and "Hitman 2" together; but it's not in the same league as any of those games. [Nov 2003, p.160]
  3. 75
    The intelligent touches and relative difficulty make Rogue Ops generally fun for fans of the genre. The unevenness in the presentation and controls keep it from really setting the genre on fire.
  4. 75
    Lacks the originality and, more importantly, polish of the games it strives to be -- and no amount of heroine sexiness or humorous one-liners can make us ignore that.
  5. Eight large taxing levels will give you a lot to get through and you'll have a great time experiencing them but unfortunately the title offers little replay value.
  6. Official Xbox Magazine
    85
    While Rogue Ops isn't quite up to the level of "Splinter Cell," it's pretty close. And Nikki's hot. Mark this one down as a big surprise, and pick it up. [Dec 2003, p.132]
  7. Play Magazine
    75
    The stealth in Rogue Ops is serious business, residing somewhere between "Metal Gear" and "Splinter Cell" in terms of mechanics, i.e., not at all passive. [Nov 2003, p.79]
User Score
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User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 1
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 1
  3. Negative: 1 out of 1
  1. Apr 5, 2017
    1
    Y a une blonde, une bonne VF mais ça ne suffit pas pour faire un jeu d'infiltration correct : on dirait une version beta. Un accès anticipéY a une blonde, une bonne VF mais ça ne suffit pas pour faire un jeu d'infiltration correct : on dirait une version beta. Un accès anticipé qui ne dit pas son nom en somme. Full Review »