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Clandestine is a 2-player or singleplayer stealth/hacking game set in 1996. Asymmetrical co-op allows one player to take the role of the spy while a friend provides overwatch and assistance as the hacker, and unravel a post-Cold War espionage conspiracy.

The year is 1996, five years after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. A string of accidents and murders gone mostly unnoticed by the public eye have put the world of international espionage on high alert - veteran Cold War operatives from both sides of the former Iron Curtain are being assassinated around the globe. High-ranking officials of the CIA and the FSB secretly establish a joint task force to investigate the leaks. Codenamed The Kingbridge Executive, the group is funded with whatever money could be skimmed off of official projects and staffed by whoever could be spared from official operations. As field operative Katya Kozlova or hacker Martin Symborski, you will be deployed on dangerous missions across Europe and North America, chasing the source of the leaks.Key Features
  • Single Player & Asymmetrical co-op: Play as the spy while a friend guides you through the missions or take on the role of the hacker to crack infrastructure and defeat security systems.
  • A return to hard-core stealth games where the enemies are lethal and combat is unforgiving.
  • A deep hacking system built around core stealth game mechanics, rife with options to manipulate the game world and mess with your enemies.
  • Use social engineering in cooperative dialogue sequences to bypass security checkpoints and gain entry to restricted areas.
  • Your actions won't go unnoticed - the story will respond to how much evidence you leave in each mission and how many dead bodies you leave in your wake.
Playing as the Spy
The role of the Spy will be familiar to fans of stealth/action games. As the Spy, you will experience Clandestine as a 3rd person game, controlling the movements and actions of Katya in the game world. Katya is the boots on the ground, armed with weapons and gadgets that you can use to stay alive and evade your opponents. Katya is also well trained in hand-to-hand combat, and can use lethal or non-lethal stealth takedowns to take down enemies, leaving behind as little evidence as possible. During the mission, it also falls to the Spy to search for dossiers and intel to unlock new equipment and software for subsequent missions.

Playing as the Hacker
Martin operates in an entirely different way than the spy, which is reflected in the hacker player's interface and game mechanics. As the Hacker, players have access to four game windows and a toolbar. These game windows are: the Camera Feed, the Console, the Network View, and the Tactical Map.

Camera Feed

The Camera Feed allows the hacker to observe the game world and scout ahead for the Spy. By default, the Camera Feed displays the Operative Camera (a hidden camera worn by Katya), but you can also jump into surveillance cameras on the Tactical Map (see below) to look through them and scout the levels for enemies and other threats. The Camera Feed also displays the status of the Spy's health.


The Console always displays game Objectives at the top of the window and prints important information in the Message Log such as cracked keypad codes. You can also use it to communicate with the Spy via the in-game text chat.

Network View

The Network View window is where Hackers can access the computer network(s) which run all of the electronic infrastructure in the mission area. This includes door keypads, PCs, Servers, Firewalls, and Hazards (steam pipes and electrical boxes which can be triggered to cause "accidents"). Hackers must be mindful of the Network Admin, an enemy AI which searches for changes in the Network and tries to correct them. Not only will the Admin kick a hacker from the Network if caught, the Admin will also reset firewalls and pass-codes. Hackers can unlock Viruses and DDOS attacks to keep the Admin busy when trying to escape or complete an objective.

Tactical Map

The Tactical Map is the window Hackers use to provide direct support to their Spy partners. This includes gaining access to cameras for scouting and observation, tagging enemies so the spy can track their location without maintaining line-of-sight, and use Local Assets to drop ammo or health, "clean up" bodies, cancel alarms before they sound, and even bribe enemies.
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 or higher, AMD Phenom X3 8750 or higher
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: nVidia GeForce 280 GTX or higher, ATI Radeon HD 4870 or higher, 1 GB VideoRAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel Core i7-3770 or higher, AMD FX-8350 or higher
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTX 660 or higher, ATI Radeon HD 7950 or higher, 2 GB VideoRAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
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A Russian spy team in asynchronous Multiplayer. The Story: On Behalf of the Government, Katya and Martin, through Deployments of their superior Skills in the Field of Infiltration and cyber Espionage, must infiltrate buildings, spy on Networks and collect Data on large Composite Circles to collect a Notorious Money Launderers and Tax Evaders. In the Course of the Investigation, however, we learn that there is more than one Man behind it all. In itself, this is a very classic Story for such a Genre, yet the Backgrounds of the Individual Characters, which also influence the Story, are very well thought out, so that they incorporate a Lot of life into the game despite the Simplicity of the Story. So a Total of 7/10 Points. The Graphics: Graphically, the Game is very twisted: On the one Hand, the Characters themselves are finely crafted, but on The other Hand, depending on the Animation, sometimes very edgy Facial Features can be detected or not correctly aligned Body parts. The Areas, on the other hand, are very wide-ranging with Obstacles, matching Textures and dynamic Lighting Effects, which nevertheless make the Game look very realistic. Despite the Markel 6.5/10 Points. The Gameplay: The Gameplay has to be split into two Parts at the Point, as we have two characters to choose from, each of which is played completely differently: 1. Katya (Spy): As Katya you are on Foot. You'll need To Infiltrate buildings, steal Physical Data, place devices such as Bedbugs, interact with People, and, if necessary, enter into Melee or even Gun-shifting with Security guards. In itself, all Bonus Points in my Eyes. However, the partly spongy controls and peculiar Spawns of the Guards turn even an idiot-proof Plan into Doom. 2. Martin (Hacker): As Martin, you are just the watchful Eye about Katya. Manipulation of Cameras or electronic Circuits, the Cracking of Firewalls, Passwords and locks and, last but not least, the stacking of Data are your daily bread, with which you try to make the Mission as smooth as possible. This Part has been implemented flawlessly. Overall, the positives are significantly stronger than the negative aspects in Gameplay, which puts me on 8.5/10 Points. Further Review: Pro: Atmospheric Music Inclusive Tutorial Healthy Anumber of Missions Contra: Poor Checkpoint Placement in some Missions FPS Break-ins in some Passages Additional info: Game related: Game Duration about 9 Hours of Achievements 50 Collective Cards 6 controller support Partial Bugs: 1 Occurred Bugs: In a Side mission, there is a Gamebreaking bug if you pick up an Item too early. System-related: Mainboard Gigabyte GA-H170-HD3 CPU Intel Core i5-6500 (Skylake) @ 3.2GHZ GPU PNY NVIDIA GeForce GTX760 Random Access Memory 8GB @ 1333MHz Drug-average Framrate 50 Frame per Second operating system Windows 10 My Conclusion: All in all, the Spi is el quite succeeded and is an absolute Must for two Players who would call themselves a "dream team." My Overall Rating for the Game is 7/10 Points. This Review was written as a Standings within one's own Genre. If you liked this Review, follow our Review Program on German _ Gamer _ Community. You Can also check out my other Reviews. Click here for my Reviews.
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