Excerpt: Licensed games such as this are often primarily targeted towards the more casual minded gamer, who perhaps don’t play games all that often but may very well be huge fans of the TV show, owning almost all the merchandise and whatnot, including the videogame. It makes a fair bit of sense.
Excerpt: We aren’t huge advocates of innovation here at Console Obsession; therefore we don’t view it as an essential to making a good game, although when a game like Fahrenheit comes along we simply must bow at the feet of innovation.
Excerpt: Games based on licensed properties have proven to be a hard to grasp category lately. Sometimes they outright suck, other times they end up being incredible experiences. For every Buffy the Vampire Slayer there are always at least two Chaos Bleeds . Alias places itself firmly in the latter category.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Games like Alias are not made for gamers. They're made for consumers walking the aisles at entertainment megastores who see a familiar face and say: What the hell, why not? Little surprise then that the game offers scant not done before and much better.
Conclusion: For fans of the TV show Alias is probably well worth a purchase, they will probably be able to put up with the simplicity of certain parts of the game and get a fair bit of replayablity from it, certainly for myself it will keep be going until September and the launch of season three on DVD.
Summary: El famoso rapero protagoniza un videojuego que hará historia merced a unos apabullantes gráficos, una historia increíble y una jugabilidad magistral, pero por sobretodo de cuenta de su particular protagonista.