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Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy - Xbox

Platform : Xbox
Rated: Mature
21 customer reviews
Metascore: 84 / 100

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  • Navigate through eight deadly levels, attacking terrorist compunds across the Earth
  • Work with numerous weapons and gadgets, as you stay in the shadows and strike strategically
  • Take on deadly brainwashed soldiers, using mind control powers and using them against each other
  • Move people & objects using telekinesis, or throw walls of flame at opponents with pyrokinesis
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Product Description

You'll use your head in this game, but not as you might expect. You play as psi-soldier Nick Scryer, an operative who is gifted with psychic powers. You get a full payload of guns and ammo but you'll also have 5 cool mental powers to help you in your fight against the Movement, a terrorist organization out to dominate the world. Use telekinesis, pyrokinesis, mind control, mind drain and remote viewing to arm yourself with an incredible array of solutions for combat and escape.

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  • ASIN: B00008XKZH
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 17, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,344 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By AngelosOne on January 27, 2005
I think people overlooked. The story itself is quite simple, but it still keeps you interested nontheless.

The game, however, shines in the gameplay aspect. It uses the havock physics engine, so that means enemy bodies have a nice ragdoll effect, which makes it oh so satisfying to kill them using your psi powers. Telekinesis killing, by grabbing an enemy and constantly smashing him against stuff is quite fun.

One person wrote on a review about enemy spawning? In a way, he is correct. For the most part, the enemies are in place (which means that it is a smart thing to use Remote viewing to plan your tactics), however, there are some instances where enemies will spawn our of thin air; this usually happens when you trigger a "special" event. The most glaring case of this is early on in the game, where there are rooms that if you flip a switch, the door closes and gas gets pump into it. You see, nothing happens as long as you don't go into the rooms- just use tk to get any items that are inside those rooms- if you do go inside, you'll find that an enemy suddenly appears and flips the switch (trapping you in with the gas going into the room). Of course, this doesn't really retract from the game.

The graphics are solid. Sure, some textures aren't the best, but for the most part, the game is pretty dark that you won't notice. The character models are pretty good, with enough detail in faces to provide convincing facial animations.

It's a good game, especially for it's price. I suggest you buy it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Bailey on July 29, 2004
I bought this game because my very trusted gaming magazine (Game Informer) rated this game 9.0/10. It was very cheap for a new game, and it sounded kind of cheezy, but I decided to give it a chance.

The graphics in the game are very nice, but the cutscenes are not as polished as some games. However, the game plot kind of pulls you in, making you wonder what's going to happen next. There are several bosses in the game, none of which I've played yet, but they remind me of Metal Gear Solid bosses. You are well aware of their presence and powers (each one specializes in one of the various psi powers), and you recognize their abilities as above yours. This appealed to me as it is building suspense throughout the game.

The psi powers are lots of fun. Telekinesis (reminds me of push/choke of the Jedi Knight games) is a lot of fun. It can be used on just about every object in the game (and there are always plenty of things to throw). At one point, I remember seeing a gaurd around the corner, and instead of stepping out and getting in a fire fight, I grabbed an explosive barrel, and threw it blindly around the corner. It nailed him dead on and cooked him crispy. The other powers are fun as well. Mind drain is particularly awesome, because as you drain your enemy his head eventually explodes!! (the only downside is Mind Drain only works as a stealth kill or on a dead enemy--yielding less power).

The game is EASILY played either stealthily or full on war (an element lacking in other games who claim this is possible). Fighting with guns is decent, though psi powers are funner. My only complaint is that sometimes I appear to be locked on, and when I unload my gun on an enemy, I end up hitting the top of the box in front of me or something stupid.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jason J. Sum on January 23, 2005
Midway does it again!
This game is so Fun....
Once you get the Hang of how to Play it
It Rocks there are so many ways to take out your Enemys
The story Sucks!#! But, with a Game this Fun you don't need a Story
Not enough People gave this game a Chance which is Sad 'Cause this is such a Great Game you wount Forget anytime soon!
Beware Parents: Not 4 Kids It's Rated M for a reason
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By frootbat31 on February 10, 2006
I was given this game as a gift, and figured I'd give it a try. I'm not much of a gamer, but I was immediatly caught up the story of Scryer.

You start with an impressive cinematic movie explaining how Nick Scryer came to be caught in the situation he's in. You also state with nothing but a paethic pistol but work up through the game through 'training sessions' that show up as flashbacks. You eventually 'remember' your psy abilities, and use them accordingly.

I thought the training sessions were easy to follow, and you can also skip through them if you choose. They also mimic the real game and its troubles accordingly.

Game controls are pretty instinctive, and you gain more use of the buttons as the game progresses. A few times I'd use my pyro (fire) skill instead of picking somone up to throw them, but the end result was still the same. <evil laugh>

Where was I? Ah yes, the game has save places which was the only problem I had with this game. I hate save spots, which means you die, you have to go through that area ALL OVER AGAIN. Its annoying to say the least. However, once you ignore that little fact, the game is rather linear. You move from one level to the next, being aided by this fellow psy-ops who also explains your history and skills.

I really loved this game, and found the playability rather fun too. I give this a double thumbs up.

Just an added note: You can also find cheats on the Internet, but I have yet had to use any.
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