Reviews and Problems with Prison Break: The Conspiracy
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18 July 2010
Conclusion: And that's about all that we're prepared to say about Prison Break: The Conspiracy – a lazily cobbled-together, bargain basement piece of shovelware that deserves neither your time or money.
Excerpt: It's somewhat odd that a Prison Break game has been released in 2010, a year after it disappeared from our TV screens, and a long time after it was at the peak of its popularity, but here it is.
Summary: Prison Break: The Conspiracy follows the events of the first season of the series, so hey…if you watched the show, then you already know what happens. It’s time to break your brother who has been framed out of prison! Huzzah!
Cons: Digital recreations of main stars are spot-on
Excerpt: It’s tricky navigation when developers and publishers decide to take on a game based upon a primetime television series. The path normally leads to mediocrity and possibly worse, as games like 24: The Game , Lost: Via Domus , and Sopranos: Road to Respect all arrived on the scene as average to...
Summary: The television series may have ended, but fans can revisit Fox River Penitentiary any time they miss the creepy musings of T-Bag or yearn to get inked up without the nagging worry of hepatitis.
Pros: Character voices from the television series, New perspective on first season's storyline
Cons: Puts the "hell" in stealth, Disappointing combat, Boring versus mode
Conclusion: There are very few licensed games that have been able to live up to expectations of the movie/TV show/comic book/novel counterpart. While there is indeed so much to look forward to with Prison Break: The Conspiracy, it just seems there wasn’t enough time and money in the budget to make this an...
Excerpt: Season one of Prison Break was probably one of the most original and innovative TV Series to land on our screens. It revolved around Michael Schofield (Wentworth Miller), the “hero” of the series who purposely committed a bank robbery and allowed himself to be caught in order to be sentenced to Fox...
Excerpt: In an industry where many games rely on formulaic design and re-treading the same old beaten paths to be successful, it’s very comforting to know that creative, original games do still remain.
Prison Break: The Conspiracy – The PS3 Attitude Review
10 June 2010
Conclusion: Prison Break: The Conspiracy doesn’t do anything particularly well beyond the likenesses and the environments. The gameplay is shallow and there are too many design flaws that hinder the experience. Many of which actually break the foundations that were carefully crafted for the show.