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Prison Break: The Conspiracy
18 November 2013
Conclusion: The Achievements: Achievements in this game are not that challenging accept for one that requires you to play through the hole game without getting caught once which gets very irritating by the end. But the game is definitely an easy 1000G game.
Excerpt: Prison Break: The Conspiracy (PB:TC) is set during the first series of the TV show, adding new characters to the mix and working behind the scenes of the original plot, with you entering the prison for “The Company” to ensure a specific inmate reaches death row.
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.
Conclusion: With about 8 hours of play time, Prison Break: The Conspiracy ends up being a game that not even true fans will really enjoy. I also have to mention the gall Zootfly had to add a versus mode where 2 players fight each other with that shoddy combat system of theirs.
Summary: Zootfly’s terrible luck continues. The show is over, the budget for this game was clearly virtually nil, and it has finally been released right around the excellent Splinter Cell Conviction demo.
Summary: Springing out of the joint and reliving Prison Break’s first season will no doubt be attractive to many gamers but Prison Break doesn’t do quite enough to capture this thrill. There are some highlights to see, especially if you are fan, and select gamers will actually have fun with the title, but...
Summary: The protagonist of the "Prison Break" game is Company agent Tom Paxton. He is sent to the Fox River State Penitentiary to find out why Michael Scofield (the hero of the TV series), a man without a previous criminal record, became a bank robber.