Delta Ops - Army Special Forces PC CD-ROM
Developed by Fun Labs
Released: Out Now
We've seen plenty of FPS games here at Deaf Gamers and without a shadow of a doubt this has to be the worst. It's not that it isn't subtitled (it is actually) it's just that it doesn't look that good and what's worse it feels terrible so all in all you have a very bad experience from start to finish and there are a lot better things to waste almost five pounds on. The game is the usual 'you're part of an anti-terrorist organisation and you have to put a stop to global terrorism' routine. Whilst this is great in the Tom Clancy games because the developers know how to do it correctly here it's just a mess and completely uninspiring.
Graphically the game looks very basic with the character models looking six years old and animating very poorly. Almost everything has a very angular look to it and the textures are very basic. Level design is equally poor and you'll do well to stomach a mere five minutes before you give up and admit the whole thing is a waste of money. Enemy AI is also suspect and you'll notice enemies being completely oblivious to your gunfire even when their nearby comrades are dropping like flies.
The one plus point with this dire game is that the game is subtitled. The tutorial is subtitled and any voice commands you receive in the game are subtitled too. Unfortunately though the subtitles haven't been placed on a dark overlay so if the background happens to be really light you won't see the text that easily. Objectives can be recalled by pressing the 'i' key to bring up your notebook.
Not Recommended. There's better things to spend your money
Suitability for deaf gamers: Suitable. The game's subtitled and it's the only positive thing to say about the game.
Overall Game Rating: 1.0/5