Summary: It's ok, outdated graphics and typical story line. if you purchase this, you can no longer activate online, you must download a patch from the publisher to make it work. Support for activation ha ended.
Summary: The game seems to have an interesting story and the graphics and sound are well done. But what makes the game fail are the gimics designed to enhance the game play but in fact ruin it due to poor design and lack of consideration for the player.
Summary: I am typically not one to write a review, but I just had to. I played this game for the past couple days and it really just...sucks. The combat is too glitchy and the AI, as stupid as they are, somehow do not hold themselves to the same rules as you, which in a sense can make it unfair.
Excerpt: Alpha Protocol is a third person action stealth game with role playing elements which was released on PC in 2010. You play the role of Michael Thorton, a field operative, and you sneak around doing things which must not be linked to the US government. This is the kind of game that I want to love.
Summary: This isn't worth your money, even at the current price of about £6. What's good... > The story isn't bad, although it's not great either > Most of the time you get to sneak around and feel passably 'super-spy' What's bad... > The mini-games are a real let-down, and I think the developers knew it.
Summary: Bought this from Steam much cheaper than it is here and my God I have never had so much difficulty in playing a game. Graphics are ok, sound is ok. The game starts pretty well, decemt story and build up to a plot.
Summary: this is a game which tries hard but fails on many fronts. the writing is poor and unoriginal as you get involved in yet another 'outside of the law' covert ops team that goes bad. conversations are controlled by selecting emotional reactions, which is very awkward as your perception of say 'joking'...
Summary: Strange things expectations. Receiving the same item may trigger either satisfaction or disappointment depending on what you were expecting. From a game that was developed by members of Obsidian, the people who had released such masterpieces as PLANESCAPE-TORMENT and Baldur's Gate, one expects...