Its better than that disappointing Mass Effect series in my opinion.
Yaunnis G., Amazon
10 November 2015
Summary: I respect ppl's views but DONT discourage others from possibly enjoying something you didn't or doesn't interest you. That's what was happening to me when this game was about 2 weeks old. I dint regret my purchase even though I bought it when it was around 10 dollars.
Summary: I expected this to be really bad, but it is a bad game with good execution. After three months of playing the mass effect series, this actually stacks up with mass effect and is plagued with a short length and design oversights (the story is weak so don't go in with high standards).
Summary: Personally, I'm not a big RPG guy. I couldn't get an hour into Oblivion or Dragon Age before I got bored. That's simply a matter of taste. My brother in law prefers games that are so complicated you have to take a night class at the local community college to get a handle on how to move your...
Summary: First of... I like the game. I love the mix of playing a spy in a not always that serious popcorn movie like scenario. The freedom of going in stealth, gun's blazing, killing or only subduing, hacking your way thru or using gadgets, a story that develops based on your actions etc. etc. etc.
Summary: I personally really enjoyed this game. It made me think which I found a little bit frusterating at first but once I got used to the game I flew right through it. I thought it had a great story and every decision you make is a big part of the story.
Summary: Alpha Protocol is basically Splinter Cell meets Mass Effect. For the majority of the game you will be infiltrating disparate locations and changing events through dialogue. How you do your infiltrating is wholly dependent on how you build your character.
Summary: This game is kind of a strange beast. It's an Obsidian game, made by a developer that knows a thing or two about RPGs, but it's production values are a little off. Textures loading in menus and in maps and odd little things here and there. Strangely, it doesn't seem to bother me.