Stealth Bastard Deluxe for PC
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Stealth Bastard Deluxe

Nov 28, 2012
8.21
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Good
893rd of 26476

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About this game

Developer: Curve Digital
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Armed with only your wits and a pair of top of the range Stealthing Goggles, it’s your job to sneak your way through a deadly facility that’s determined to extinguish your fragile little life. With no weapons and no armour, being seen means instant death. Stay out of the light to avoid the attention of deadly security robots! Leap like a lusty salmon to avoid those zap-happy lasers! Think fast as the walls close in around you! Only the fastest and sneakiest will make it to the exit without being mangled by the facility’s security systems. Will you be among them?

System Requirements

Minimum

  • OS:Windows XP SP2 or better, Vista, Win7
  • Processor:Dual Core 2.5Ghz
  • Memory:2 GB RAM
  • Graphics:DirectX 8.0 compatible
  • DirectX®:8.0
  • Hard Drive:250 MB HD space

Gamer Reviews

544 Reviews
8.63

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Critic Reviews

5 Reviews
7.78
Richard CobbettDec 24, 2012
Stealth Bastard is almost worth playing for its Metal Gear-baiting subtitle, 'Tactical Espionage Arsehole'. Its mix of platforming and stealth, while both have been done better in more focused games, isn't a bad reason either. It's frustrating at times, but the kind where anything that looks impossible is usually a clue that you've not found the gimmick yet.
Martin GastonDec 04, 2012
Stealth Bastard Deluxe is a competent little head-scratcher, then, and while the death of your anonymous clone subject is constant, it is rarely aggravating. This is a well-made example of how proper checkpointing and telegraphing is often the key to success in any good, perplexing platformer, and by the end of the game you'll be gleefully convinced that the only espionage arsehole is whichever masochistic sod invented some of these bloody levels.
Rich StantonDec 06, 2012
At its best SBD's blend of twitch-platforming and stealth puzzles produces little rat-runs with a nigh-on perfect balance of action and tension. Such quality isn't quite sustained across the whole, but this is still within touching distance of greatness, and certainly much classier than Tactical Espionage Arsehole suggests. Not quite a perfect run, then, but definitely mission accomplished.

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