Review: Alpha Protocol "Shoots Itself in The Foot"


Posted May 28, 2010 - By G4Sterling

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Alpha Protocol

Obsidian Entertainment's Alpha Protocol has been in the works for quite some time. The spy-centric game seems to borrow as much from the likes of "24" and Robert Ludlum's "Bourne" novels as it does from Mass Effect's action role-playing and story-changing dialogue choices. However, according to Gus Mastrapa, it doesn't quite come together in execution as it seems on paper. This section particularly grabbed me:

"In Alpha Protocol, You play as secret agent Mike Thorton, a spook who finds himself wrapped up in a global conspiracy after a passenger plane is taken down by a terrorist attack. It’s your job to travel the globe, track down the people who responsible and bring them to justice.  How you accomplish your mission is up to you. And, really, that’s pretty much all Alpha Protocol has going for it."

I started up a game last weekend out of curiosity, and I didn't see much that I could disagree with. Want to know more? Read Gus' review to find out!

Review: Alpha Protocol "Shoots Itself in The Foot"


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