8 games that used stealth stupidly

Metal Gear Solid has mastered what these games failed at. Check out these less-than-stellar stealth titles.

1- Brute Force

If ever a game name discouraged stealth, it's this one. But there's Hawk, one of the members of Brute Force's elite fighting squad, who uses invisibility and a butter knife (ok, "energy sword") to scout out the battlefield conditions while the other members of her team hang at the recon point to make fun of her. Think about it this way — what if you bought a game called "Subtle Stealth" and one of the characters was a Tourette's — afflicted sumo wrestler equipped with a chainsaw and rocket launcher? Actually, that would be pretty cool. Excuse us while we head off to the patent office.

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