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Your locked and loaded, your pockets are loaded with ammunition and grenades, your wielding a weapon that can kill people in 3 shots. All indications show that your going to go out their and f*ck some shit up.
But instead you cling to the darkness, corners become your friends, corridors your worst enemy.
NO ONE MUST SEE YOU.
Every move your questioning whether this was the right approach, will I get by?
Chances are you'v experienced something like that above me and found it a roller coaster ride.
For me Stealth games = probably some of the best experiences you'll have in a game, add in coop and bam you'v a recipe for success! But if you look at the genre as a whole there aren't that many Stealth games. Sure there are games that allow stealth but not many that really concern the mechanic as it's main focus.
For you what makes a great stealth game.
Does the genre suffer from being too tied down to a simple formula?
Could you think of ways to spice up the concept of stealth in games!
(Ill try pitch a few ideas tomorrow during my many breaks in college