Definitely worth a revisit/visit if the early bad reviews scared you off.
Michael D. Cooper, Amazon
21 July 2014
Summary: This got panned in reviews (and rightly so) when it was first released due to Obsidian's unfortunate habit of releasing games in a buggy mess. That being said, their writing and ability to tell a story is top notch, and this game is no exception.
Summary: I recently got this game due to seeing a youtube video on it when I searching for something else. This game for me was pretty fun but was lacking abit in the game play mechanics. The storyline was a bit confusing and half the time I really couldn't tell what the mission that I was currently on was...
Summary: Alpha Protocol is a solid game through and through. It added some cool new ideas to the RPG genre while taking a few chances. I think that with proper cultivating, a sequel could really do well
Summary: I found this game while looking for a Splinter Cell-type fix, and it sounded like a good alternative. It's a fairly decent game with its own brand of play mechanics, and open-ended, intricate and adult storyline of shifting alliances, and it mainly relies on RPG, shooting, hand-to-hand combat and...
Summary: I usually don't play checkpoint save games, which makes me less of a hardcore gamer than most. Still, I like stealth based games and gave this one a chance. It is surprisingly fun FPS-RPG and the checkpoints actually make the game more interesting.
Summary: I had a lot of fun with this game. It isn't the most up to date as far as graphics and with the gameplay. The story is really good and you have control of the conversations. It has a really good upgrade system with both the weapons and you specialties.
Summary: I'd read some interesting reviews that made me reconsider Alpha Protocol and I'm glad I did. The dialog and voice work is good, but it's the choices you can make that show the genius of the game.