Theres so much possibility in this game and it gives a new spin on the entire action and stealth genre. Instead of being forced to lurk in the dark, slowly taking one man out at a time. Instead of being too weak to take them out in a shootout, like a shootout.Trust me i'm a major fan of Sam Fisher and his tactics, but in alpha protocol, it gives options to players who play games where you go head on, like call of duty, or battlefield games. My favorite part is sneaking up on a unsuspecting enemy, then you go all crazy blackbelt on them.The problem is people dont fully comprehend the idea of differentiation between their actions and rely barely on what they would do instead of improvising
posted by ZacharyLogan (SAINT CLAIR SHORES, MI) May 21, 2011
Member since May 2011
gamers (88%) found this review helpful
I never write reviews but this game was such a sleeper pick I had to make a review. A Splinter Cell-eqsue style game (even though it can be completed without stealth) with a complex story that interlaces characters, much like Mass Effect, to really make you decide what you're going to do on a split-second's notice. I was very impressed with this game even being only twenty dollars now. Of course, it does not compare to M.E., it still has its perks. The game's boss battles are cheesy... but then again so are boss battles altogether. Alpha Protocol can also be played more than once because of its multiple endings and every choice you make matters, although all games seem to be doing this now. I absolutely love this game. If you're a fan of cut-scenes and interactive dialogue then be sure to check this game out.