Summary: I can't believe no one bought it. I downloaded it, and the PC version stands out over the console version. The frame rate still drops though (a frame rate is how fast your game is going). The gameplay is great. If Obsidian SOMEHOW makes a sequel, they should add some great multiplayer. That's it. Download now!!!!!
Summary: i dont think there has ever been a good spy rpg thike this besides splinter cell. theres lots of action like martial arts the level up system is great. awsome diolauge the aiming might be annoying but thats is really realistic.
Summary: First off, while there is a problem with the activation system, Sega has released a patch (v1.1) that removes the DRM, making this game work quite well. Second, this is not shooter, it is a Spy RPG/Shooter, more along the lines of Metal Gear Solid in scope and challenge, and, while the weapon system is challenging, especially as it is based on where you have spent your skill points, the challenge of the game is intense, the story line is compelling, and the graphics are...
Summary: I am satisfied with the game. For a PC game, the quality is pretty good, and the controls are easy enough to handle. I love the fact that it is like 'real life.' What I mean by this is after you have a conversation, you cant go back to that person and do over the conversation. Once it has taken place, that it it. The missions are intriguing enough. They offer enough 'side-quests' in each mission.
Captivating 3PS RPG that plays to what you choose for a cheap price
Jeff Johnson "Jeff Johnson", Amazon
20 October 2011
Summary: This game calls itself a 3rd person espianage RPG shooter. It is also dirt cheap which is why you should buy it now. But for the tough sale out there, I'd like to cover what the game excels at and what it doesn't. The biggest reason why everyone should play this game is that it really revolves around you. No not your character Mike Thorton (rogue agent for Alpha Protocol), but you the player. There are interactive cut scenes that you pick where the conversation goes.
Summary: This Game Reminded Me of Mass Effect 1/2. It gave me a great satisfaction with its storyline and how it can punish you for making a mistake in a "Dialogue Option". It Presented a Challenge in its Firefights and Stealth. Its characters were very well customized and given wonderful personalitys. My only complaint bout this game is that it didn't go on after the ending making me very disappointed that I would have to restart everything I did.
Summary: Seeing the initial reviews lowered my expectations for this game, but I quickly realized they had it all wrong. As many people pointed out, if you are expecting yet another shooter, this game is not for you. If you are expecting a pure spy game (Splinter Cell, MGS) then again, this game is not for you. If you want a unique game that combines these elements with a great story and fantastic characters, then this game is definitely for you.
Conclusion: I find it a shame that so many people are willing to give this game a one star rating. Often citing the issues it has as 'game-breakers' and other such nonsense. I'd actually go so far as to say many of the apparent 'bugs' come down to the inept nature people attempt to engage the game mechanics with.