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Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work and the game plays. 3.8
Graphics The visual quality of the game 4.2
Personal Slant A personal rating of the game, regardless of other attributes 4.0
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 4.0
Story / Presentation The main creative ideas in the game and how well they are executed. This rating is used for every game except compilations and special editions which don't have unique game content not available in a standalone game or DLC. 3.8
Overall User Score (5 votes) 4.0

Critic Reviews

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ST Format (Oct, 1990)
Operation Stealth looks good, sounds good, and is seductively exciting. None of this namby-pamby Ye Olde Worlde adventure stuff that demands a huge suspension of disbelief, Operation Stealth is full-bloodied, cloak and dagger, international intrigue. And this is one reviewer who hopes that Operation Stealth is just the first adventure to starts the enigmatic John Glames. Now, has anyone seen a bloody great Stealth bomber skulking around here... [pages 68f]
Operation Stealth offers nothing new in graphic adventure gameplay methods or style but works as well and is amusing as any other game of its type. If you're looking to begin playing this style of game or continue in the field, Operation Stealth is well worth trying... if you can find it.
Atari ST User (Oct, 1990)
Having played Delphine's Future Wars, I knew that Operation Stealth was going to be something special. The graphics and sound are first-class and the system is easy to use, making Operation Stealth a brilliant 3D adventure that newcomers and fans of the original will love.
ST Format (Aug, 1993)
Operation Stealth is a dated, but enjoyable graphic adventure which plunges you into the shady world of Cold War espionage. The point-and-click controls are a bit archaic, but otherwise this game measures up quite well to the more recent adventures like Faszination or Hook.
Interessant ist, wie ich meine, lediglich die Tatsache, daß der ST-User nun auch in den Genuß eines Games kommt, das anhaltende Freude garantiert.
Feinde, haarige Rätsel und schwierige Actionsequenzen lauern hingegen in großer Zahl auf unseren Reserve-Bond – wie gut, daß er da wenigstens von hübscher Optik, feinen Animationen und netten Soundtracks umgebe ist, die seinen „Führungsoffizier“ zuverlässig an den Monitor fesseln!
(page 70)
Power Play (Oct, 1990)
Seit Future Wars haben die Programmierer dazugelernt; die Story von Operation Stealth hat mehr Pep; dazu kommen ordentliche Grafik und für Adventure-Verhältnisse sehr guter Sound. Operation Stealth erreicht nicht den Spielwitz und das hohe Puzzle-Niveau von Klassikern wie "Zak McKracken", aber die Delphine-Leute sind auf dem richtigen Weg. Ihr neuer Titel ist ein elegantes Agenten-Abenteuer mit Witz und Spielkomfort. Die Amiga- und ST-Versionen sind spielerisch und grafisch übrigens identisch; lediglich bei der Musik müßt Ihr auf dem Atari einige Abstriche machen.
James Bond — The Stealth Affair is certainly not a game without merit, but it is, unfortunately, somewhat of a disappointment. The Cinematique system deserves to be used in future releases and its creators at Delphine have likewise proved themselves no second-rate artists and story-tellers. Next time out, perhaps the results will better reflect the talent behind them.