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Operation Body Count

DOS - 1994

Year 1994
Platform DOS
Released in United States, United Kingdom
Genre Action
Theme FPS, Shooter
Publisher Capstone Software
Developer Capstone Software
Perspective 1st-Person
4.19 / 5 - 21 votes

Description of Operation Body Count

Another extremely bad, extremely cheesy game from Capstone, the "nadir of computer entertainment." Terrorists have taken control of the UN building in New York, and you are part of the assault team assigned to take it back.

Yawn. The game's cliché premise is matched with an equally insipid gameplay: similar to its spiritual successor Corridor 7, Operation Body Count boasts hordes of terrorists that look the same and pose virtually no threats whatsoever. The game does attempt to rise above DOOM clones by allowing you to give orders to your teammates (when and if you find them), but the game is so easy-- and your teammates have the same intelligence as a rock-- that you hardly need to bother with it. Add poor graphics, boring level, stir-- et voila, another Capstone Real Dog.

Stay away from this one, lest you think I didn't warn you ;)

Review By HOTUD

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Comments and reviews

killahambitionz 2021-02-01 0 point

id love to play my childhood game again! but i have some horrible lag!! does anyone know how to fix this?

Arf 2020-04-25 0 point

Thanks for the warning ahead! Avoided!

Cool_Corgi 2018-12-30 -1 point

hi, does anone know what are the four squares next to the gun picture for?

Medieval Nerd 2017-09-10 0 point

I'm a bit confused why people give this game so many praises. It should have been called operation exterminator. The vast majority of enemies for the first 4 levels are small and larger rats. A sewer monster thing here and there, and the big bellied machine gun wielding dude. lol Wow.

josh 2017-04-13 -1 point

This game was pretty cool back in the day i didnt realize it had multiplayer!
Several versions were made this one is not the better maybe early release.
The latter was more polished I played it as a teen.
Bottom line Corridor 7 is better, probably the best capstone did.

indstr 2014-02-11 1 point DOS version

I remember this. It wasn't as good as Doom but it was still an entertaining game for a couple of nights. I don't know if I would call it a masterpiece though.

ossi 2013-09-06 1 point DOS version

great game, a capstone masterpiece!

SquareMelon 2013-08-30 2 points DOS version

I used to play this game YEARS ago and loved it. It is a little fiddly but it is an OLD game. The flamethrower rocks :D

nukemduke127 2012-10-20 -5 points DOS version

This game sucks!!! i get stuck and dont know how to open doors!!!! and no noise!!!! dont get this game

SnAKe-d47!! 2012-07-02 0 point DOS version

game !!!!! : )

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