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Conflict: Denied Ops (Windows)

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Lincoln Graves is a 47-year old ex-Special Forces sniper and Reggie Lang is a former FBI-heavy weapons specialist. Graves doesn't really like Lang but they are now both agents of the CIA's Special Activities Division and their mission is to prevent a third-world dictatorship from gaining nuclear weapons.

This mission takes the team across three continents and through hordes of bad guys. To deal with them, both Lang and Graves have access to several types of weapons from pistols over snipers to machine guns, rocket launchers and several different kinds of grenades. But they also earn upgrades for these weapons after successfully finishing a mission. The first upgrade to Graves's 7.62m Sniper Rifle for example allows the player to fire a bullet around the corner or over low cover.

Since Lang and Graves are a team, the player is free to switch between both at any time and give orders to the currently AI-controlled comrade including simple tasks like "Follow Me" or "Cover Me" but they can also complete an objective for you or bring you back into the game when your character took one bullet to much.

The health system is similar to the one in Clive Barker's Jericho which means that you won't find any health packs but instead will heal yourself automatically once you stop taking damage. But if you take too much damage, you'll go down and your team mate needs to revive you. The game only ends when both Lang and Graves are down at the same time.

An added bonus are the several different kinds of vehicles in the game of which you can take over control and drive over the bad guys or blow them to hell.

The game can also be played cooperative over LAN and Internet where one player takes over the control of Lang and the other over Graves. But there are also other gameplay modes for up to 16 players like Deathmatch or Conquest, in which two teams compete over the control of five flags on the map.


Conflict: Denied Ops Windows Graves is down and waits for Lang to heal him.
Conflict: Denied Ops Windows Splash screen
Conflict: Denied Ops Windows INCOMING!
Conflict: Denied Ops Windows Graves is down and I only have 2:32 left to bring him back.

Alternate Titles

  • "Double Clutch" -- Japanese title
  • "Conflict: Секретные операции" -- Russian title
  • "ダブルクラッチ" -- Japanese spelling

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NowGamer Feb 08, 2008 7.8 out of 10 78
Shooterplanet Apr 23, 2008 75 out of 100 75
Gamezoom Feb 17, 2008 73 out of 100 73
GBase - The Gamer's Base Mar 02, 2008 7 out of 10 70
Gamesmania Feb 25, 2008 64 out of 100 64
Krawall Gaming Network Feb 21, 2008 59 out of 100 59
Gameplay (Benelux) Mar, 2008 58 out of 100 58
Game Informer Magazine Apr, 2008 5.75 out of 10 58 Feb 11, 2008 11 out of 20 55
GamingExcellence Mar 24, 2008 4.5 out of 10 45


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German version

In the German version the blood effects were reduced and enemies die instantly when being killed by fire (instead of burning to death). Additionally all interactions with corpses are removed, this includes ragdoll and scripted behaviour of the player's comrades. A detailed list of changes can be found on (German).

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Sicarius (61014) added Conflict: Denied Ops (Windows) on Feb 08, 2008
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