Agent Intercept Reviews
Agent Intercept is a game that anyone could enjoy. The simplicity of its gameplay makes it approachable to all, while the objectives require practice and skill to complete. Agent Intercept may have started life as a Spyhunter reboot, but it definitely has its own identity. Stylish, slick, and satisfying, Agent Intercept is worth paying attention to.
Side missions and a score attack mode with leaderboards are available once you're done with the Campaign and its daft story. These provide a little more challenge, but there's only so much mileage to get from what is quite a concise game. It's not going to last you that long, then, but it fills that time with stylish, flashy fun that makes you feel like an unstoppable agent.
At the end of the day, Agent Intercept is a fun game to try on a rainy weekend day, but I don’t think too many people would play it again after completing the story mode. And unfortunately, this doesn’t take more than a few hours once you learn how to be a lethal agent.
Keeping a satisfying gameplay loop at its most energetic for as long as it possibly can, Agent Intercept's worst sin is being just long enough that the simplicity drags the core experience down over time.
It’s not particularly big or complex but it offers pure, unadulterated, arcade fun. Sometimes that’s all you want. So, if you suddenly feel the urge to chase down a crime syndicate in a futuristic vehicle that transforms, keep Agent Intercept on your radar. You might beat its campaign in the blink of an eye, but you’ll stay for its score-chasing antics.
Agent Intercept offers a surprisingly thrilling action-adventure, but even with some improvements over the mobile version, the shallow and repetitive gameplay ultimately holds it back.
I haven't played anything quite like Agent Intercept with its simple gameplay, sleek presentation, and varied action-packed campaign. If the idea of flying through streets in a transforming vehicle fit for a superspy appeals to you then definitely check it out.
Claw is back, up to their old tricks again, causing havoc across the globe with new technologies to cause panic and unrest. Thankfully our new agent has been given the green light to intercept our enemies head-on in his high-tech vehicle called the sceptre. It has the ability to transform into several different configurations allowing it to travel on sea, air and land. While your driving skills will be at the front of each mission you’ll never be outgunned as you’ll able to pick up new weapon attachments and blast your enemies away with precision shots!
Agent Intercept could offer much more than it actually delivered without having to go very far. A greater variety of missions and environments would already be able to entertain the player much more. Still, for those who enjoy being behind the wheel of a relentless machine, no matter the size of the task, they will entertain themselves for a few hours in a very honest way.
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An enjoyable title that gives enough to make you want to hit those global leaderboards. It has come out alongside some massive new releases but is a title that you don’t need to spend a massive amount of time on.
If you have felt that spies have been portrayed in the media as too grumpy and serious as of late, look no further. Agent Intercept throws it back to the wacky Saturday morning cartoon antics of spies, paired with some old school racers too. It’s quite short, especially when the campaign’s done, but if you want ten hours of cars and gadgets, look no further.
I love games like this. Agent Intercept is the kind of fun arcade game we rarely see nowadays. It knows what it’s supposed to do, and achieves that with honors. It’s Spy Hunter for a new generation; a game full of insane set pieces, simple controls, a lovely sense of style, and replayable missions.