It's well-documented that the stealth sections of most non-stealth games suck. Why is it, then, that there's an entire popular genre of stealth games? How do these titles manage to succeed where stealth levels fail? Because a good stealth game approaches subterfuge as a puzzle, and gives the players several ways to get the right answer
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