Fastpaced, fascinating conversations.
Tons of customization and cool abilities.
Unique setting and premise.
Great stealth system.
Choices that matter.
Great skill system.
Strict cash system.
Conversation system flows nicely, game ties together player choices well, and fun campfactor.
Your choices have lasting impact on the story and gameplay, Lots of ways to approach missions and develop your character.
Glitchy, inconsistent stealth and combat.
Uneven enemy AI.
Graphics are lackluster.
Soundtrack isnít memorable.
Cover system is fiddly.
Mini-games become a chore Source.
Skill-based accuracy, and general unpolished feeling throughout the title.
Flaky, glitchy cover mechanics.
Bland visuals marred by bad animations
The story lacks soul and character.
By Maximum PC on July 20, 2010
The spy who almost loved me Let’s say someone’s just given you a jack-in-the-box. He then motions for you to crank the handle, so you give it a whirl. Round and round it goes until—boom—out comes a platter with the world’s...60
By Atomic MPC on July 19, 2010
There is stuff to like in here, but you’ll wade through layers of frustration to find...69
By V3.co.uk on June 25, 2010
Alpha Protocol successfully combines role-playing, spy-vs-spy espionage, and fast-paced action. However, its bland visuals and characters prevent it from being a tuly great game. Good Points: Original setting for an RPG; clever dialogue system; Bad...60
By Strategy Informer on June 11, 2010
It's really difficult to know what to say about Alpha Protocol. SEGA has had the hype machine working for the game for quite some time and so it was always going to have a tough time but what we expected and what we got were two very different...65
By PC Gamer on June 10, 2010
The combat and final mission are weak, but the story strands that bind it all together are excitingly unique to each player....81
By ThinkDigit on June 09, 2010
Ever since Obsidian Entertainment was formed out of the remnants of Black Isle Studio, the developers had to contend with working on sequels for games originally developed by Bioware. Alpha Protocol is the first opportunity these independent...-
By PC Advisor on June 08, 2010
Alpha Protocol is far from perfect, but some good ideas, complemented by varied action, stealth, and RPG gameplay, make it a must-play for those still mourning the loss of television's 24. Matt Cabral, Gamepro.com...70
By theregister.co.uk on June 04, 2010
Whenever one of my mum's cakes went horribly wrong she'd serve it up and say, “Try it. It's still edible.” And she'd be right about Alpha Protocol. It's entirely possible to enjoy the game despite its innumerable flaws....60
By Neoseeker on June 02, 2010
Obsidian Entertainment, if you've not yet been acquainted, was formed from the ashes of the legendary Black Isle Studios, who developed a number of classic PC and console titles. Obsidian began their journey developing the ill-fated Star Wars:...80
By HEXUS.net on June 02, 2010
The combination of FallOut New Vegas developer, Obsidian, and the concept of a spy role-playing game should have been a match made in heaven, but in reality it’s an absolute shambles. How one game can promise so much, deliver so little and get the...45