- For 1 player
- Move people and objects using telekinesis, or throw walls of flame at opponents with pyrokinesis
- Navigate through eight deadly levels, attacking terrorist compounds across the Earth
- Take on brainwashed soldiers, using mind control powers and using them against each other
- Work with weapons and gadgets including a silenced pistol, machine gun, flame thrower, and more
Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy Description
Reviews By Sean : Date April 17, 2006
Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy. Released in 2004 it was a game that was just sprung on me. I hadn’t heard much about it till I saw an ad for it in an issue of OPM, only a couple weeks before its release. Well that issue had a demo of the game and I tried it out and the rest, well, the rest is history.
The game doesn’t have that deep of a plot. 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. That’s about it. But that’s all you need. You play as Nick Scryer. He is that lone soldier.
This game has great great gameplay. Everything controls fluidly and the psychic abilities are a blast. You’ll start offf with Telekineses, a power which you’ll use the most and is the most fun to use. You can pick up almost anything. Enemies are great fun to screw with.
Reviews By Justin Sanders : Date May 6, 2004
Okay I just played this game on a demo in playstation magazine recently an it was awesome. Using pyrokinesis throwing walls of fire, telekinesis levitating objects and people Note: you can stand on top of an object and levitate yourself. Remote viewing where you can see whats ahead of you and think about what to do. Mind drain where you can drain your enemies dry and get more psi psychic energy to perform your mind powers. Hint :Aura view is a secret for now but it is rumored that its sort of like Spider- mans spidey sense. Maybe you can detect enemies and get info not able to be viewed with the naked eye. This is rated M for Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, and Strong Language.
Reviews By Slap Happy : Date December 15, 2004
Psi-ops is quite possibly one of the best games I’ve played this year and definetly the most unique. At first the game plays like your basic third-person shooter. You sneak around. You shoot this guy and that and every other guy. You knock guys out from behind. But it isn’t long before the game shows how special it is. “And what makes it special” you may ask. Why the psychic powers of course. Yes this is the only game [other than the underwhelming "Second Sight"] to use not one, not two but six psi-powers. Why shoot guns when you can shoot fire from your arm? Why climb a ladder and snipe everybody when you can have your enemies do it for you? And why pick up objects with your arms when you can use your mind to? Yeah, the psi-powers are fun to use. My personal favorite is Mind Drain. It allows you to suck psi-energy from your enemies and causes their heads to explode. Yeah, did I mention how violent this game is. As for the graphics. The graphics are spectacular. The cinematics look great, but the character models are what are really cool. The only real downside is that everyone in this game seems to be a ventriloquist. Nobody ever moves their mouths, and frankly it gets very annoying.