Summary: i like playing spy games i never folowed the tv show & you don't have to be a fan of alias to play this game i enjoyed it alot this game requires alot of memory space especially if you saved the game often in one level the levels are interesting & the objectives can provide you with a real challenge
Summary: based on the famous tv show, ALIAS the video game kicks major ass! the simulations are superb! the faces are like off the tv.... the original voices except of anna espinosa. sark and sloane are there.... as well as the ever lovable marshall. of course the bristows are there and vaughn and dixon. the missions are dead hard! super super super heart stopping and it would really make you sweat. you must have the volume on high to feel the tension.
Summary: I've read the reviews on this game about the "uncontrollable" controls and cameras and whatnot and I couldn't believe my eyes. I am an inexperienced gamer, and found the controls seemless and easy to use. As for the save points, they were plenty, and the game is pretty self-explanatory. It is at times as challenge, but that is why I, and I hope others, play a game is for a bit of challenge-- nothing too large. The best part of this game is the voice-acting.
Summary: If your a fan of the series then you will like the game. It is a great chance to play Ms. Bristo. There were a few clitches in the game. I was also disapointed that there weren't more fighting movies. Overall the game was fun and a good way to pass the time.
Summary: I rated this game on the Characters and story only. It was very good to look at and the actors playing the characters make it worth checking out, but I thought the camera and gameplaying aspects are horrible if you aren't an experienced gamer. There is some hints, but geez the crazy camera and hard to handle controls had me throwing this game down after about an hour.
Summary: In my opinion, I know Alias isn't that good, judging from other member reviews. But, they said it isn't that good, because they thought it was a stealth-based game. It isn't. As all Alias show fans know, Alias is not just focused on stealth, as we see in some episodes, when Sydney's on a mission, Alias depends on how is Sydney's performance on a mission, if she has been spotted by a guard, then she have no other choice but to defend herself and use brawns.
Summary: I'm relatively new to video gaming, but being a fan of Alias, I knew I had to play the game! It was frustrating learning the mechanics at first, but knowledge of the show and characters kept me interested. I found myself referring to a walk-thru for a few of the more complicated sections, but overall I enjoyed the game. It really mimmicked the essence of the show very well.
Summary: Alias, ABC's conspiracy-filled drama in the world of spies, espionage, and double agents, is practically custom made for a video-game treatment--lots of gadgets, lots of close shaves, and lots of intrigue. Thankfully, they all translate quite well to Acclaim's interactive version, too.
Summary: I'm a HUGE fan of the show and was REALLY, REALLY looking forward to this game. But aside from some impressive voice work (except Anna Espinosa) and a pretty decent story that ties up some lose ends from the television show, this is pretty sub-par. Even the action is kind of akward. Don't buy it, rent it.