I.G.I.-2: Covert Strike is a computer game developed by Inner loop Studios and released by Code masters in 2003. The game is a stealth-based first person shooter. It is the continuation to Inner loop's Project I.G.I I'm Going In. The creative, published by Eidos Interactive, offered only single-player play. Chris Ryan, a earlier Special Air Service functioning best known for being the single successful runaway of Bravo Two Zero, served as a consultant to the game. The box art is alike to the poster for GoldenEye. The game's plot features a scoundrel Chinese General, "Wu Xing" as the primary antagonist. Xing orchestrates a variety of events (such as armed robbery of advanced prototype technology from the Russian mafia) in order to get Electromagnetic pulse (EMP) weaponry on a space rocket that he has launch control over. At the end of the game, the Character David Jones is finally able to defeat him and stop the launch. Missions and Storyline The game is divided into missions, and the story is presented in cut scenes, shown before and after every Mission, with animated characters rendered in real-time and pre-recorded speech. This move toward is related to other games in this genre, which don't rely on video, instead providing a comparable quality of visual and theatrical appeal, reusing the same in-game 3D engine for cut scene rendering. Missions have objectives that must all be completed before the mission ends. Straight-forward strategy are not confident, with stealthy and covert movement giving the player a better ranking, position and chance of survival, with the highest achievable ranking allowed David Jones. Multiple paths exist for every mission, with the most understandable and daunting being a noisy gun-fight, because in every mission Jones is outnumbered anywhere from 20-1 up to 50-1. Every mission presents an opportunity for large groups of enemies to be bypassed or creped past, undiscovered. Certain missions even require entire operations to be carried out unnoticed, i.e. without giving enemies a chance to sound the alarm, as the name Covert Strike suggests. At the start of a new game, a difficulty level can be chosen, changing the number of bullets Jones takes before dying, the intelligence of the enemy and group AI, and the number of save-games available. Plot The game's character, David Jones, an agent working for the Institute for Geotactic Intelligence and former British SAS machinist,was sent to the Carpathian mountains in Ukraine to recover a set of EMP chips stolen by a group of Russian mafia from a high-tech US facility. After HALO jumping and infiltrating the weather station in the mountains and retrieving one of the EMP chips, his mission manager commands him to go to get back the remaining EMP chips so that the IGI researchers can launch a full scale research on the chips to determine their real usage against the thieves. then he goes to bridge and destroys it. Then in production facility he gets half of emp chips. Then after he is betrayed by His PILOT ROBORT QUEST AND MISSION DIRECTION PHLLIP WHITE as they takes EMP obtained by Jones, after a series of proceedings, he eventually finds himself at the borders of Romania, where he is then forced to evade the incoming border patrols. Mean while his former pilot and mission director had runaway. The IGI was not able to notice their position after the incident, but spent enough efforts to get an important detail that Phillip White had made several weapons and military deals with Jach Priboi in Libya. Under Anya, his new mission manager, he sets off to Libya and searches for the middle-aged Priboi, who had been locked up by the Libyan Intelligence as he was supplying weapons to the rebel forces. After rescuing Priboi and escaping out of the Libyan prison Priboi condition that all the information which David needs are in a safe in his villa, which was at that time being used as a command center by the Libyan general, Major Zaleb Said. David decides to go to the villa to get the information. Surprisingly, after expunging much effort and going through many of gunfights, Priboi discovers that Major Said had taken his papers and he then vows angrily to take them back. He suggests David to take control of the helicopter in his airbase not far away from the cabin in order to confront Major Said. They get the helicopter without much conflict, and manage to gun Major Said down amidst the perplexity and get the papers back. Upon returning to his villa, Priboi tells David that the trade that he made with David's former missions director was in a harbor in Egypt. David sets off to the port without indecision, and discovers that Robert expedition and Phillip White were actually cooperating with an unknown country to operate the chips. David kills his former pilot in the aforementioned seaport, and takes a seaplane to the mysterious country and ventures off to the Spratly Islands near China, where Anya states to be running suspicious behavior throughout the time. What Anya said was quite true; David found his undertaking director cooperating in privacy with a Chinese general, whom he found out later to be General Wu Xing, who plans to use the chips to blindfold US intelligence and cripple the powers within. Later David finds his former mission director Phillip White killed by General Wu Xing himself, as the former accused the latter of killing his friend Robert Quest, who was actually killed by David at the Egyptian port. In Wu Xing's secret weapons lab David Jones gets to know that the General was going to start a "World War III". He then engages in a fight with Wu Xing killing the latter. After some confusion and puzzlement, David tracks the entire plan location to a large and closely-guarded rocket launch pad, where Anya asks him to disable the system instantly before the launch is made and causes an international incident. With efforts, David then succeeds in preventing the rocket from heading towards its programmed destination and to explode somewhere safe. Finally, he prevents a major disaster from happening, and the world is once again safe and sound.
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