G4TV: Prison Break: The Conspiracy Review

Prison Break: The Conspiracy exists only to enhance your appreciation of games like Splinter Cell, Metal Gear Solid, and Batman: Arkham Asylum for how well they integrate stealth and combat within the framework of an engaging storyline. While there are three difficulty settings and a local versus option for one-on-one fights against a friend, Prison Break does nothing distinctive enough to even justify a weekend rental.

Unless you're a fan of the series gullible enough to pick it up or you're an Achievement/Trophy hunter willing to endure punishment to pad your score, skip this one. When finishing the game feels like you've earned time off for good behavior, there's something not quite right.

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