Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy (2004)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

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A psychic terrorist organization is bent on taking over the world, and a lone soldier, with altered memories and suppressed psychic abilities, is sent to infiltrate and stop their plans at all costs.

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Martin Stoltz


Brian Babendererde (story layout), Brian Babendererde (dialogue)

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15 July 2004 | scubascott12
A very great game
This was a terrific video. You play a man named Nick Scryer, who was held prisoner. Then in the beginning you are let out of your barred cell by an undercover agent named Sara. As you go along in this game, you get different powers. The powers are reawakened as you go along because you had your memory wiped. The powers you get are telekinesis, remote viewing, mind drain, mind control, pyrokinesis, and aura view. Of course you also get to use guns on the soldiers patrolling all through the building. The soldiers are called meat puppets, and the psi-ops strategy tells me that they get harder to beat as you go along. This is worth your $50 dollars of paying for a new copy that you get to keep. It's a very fun game and I assure you that anyone that plays this will immediately love it. That's all I have to say. Goodbye.

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Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi | Thriller


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16 June 2004



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