Is this action-RPG a summer hit or should it stay undercover?
The days of forgiving RPG's of being deficient in gameplay are long past... you mean October 2008? The year Fallout 3 came out and suffered similar issues -Bullets don't go where you want -No mini map Fallout 3 from them received a 9.4/10... funny isn't it how there biggest complaints about this game can be applied very easily to Fallout 3, and I love fallout 3.
Fallout 3 had a game map. And a proximity HUD on the right. Alpha Protocol may suffer the same issues as F3 but does it have any redeeming qualities as F3?
6.4 seems a bit harsh, especially when fail games like modern warfare 2 gets higher scores. Still getting it though
lol, GameTrailers gave Modern Warfare 2 game of the year.
I like the concept of the game... maybe I'll rent it
I'm even more interested in this game now after watching this review. The gameplay, dialog system and customization all look too good. It almost seemed like the GT speaker was bitching that this is an RPG and not a generic third person shooter...
Gotta love the sneaking animation and the declined headshots. Nevertheless this looks great compared to Iron Man 2.
Maybe it's just me though...
Gametrailers suck you want to find the worst reviews go to there website gametrailers screams bias.
This review seemed pretty fair. The video shows broken crap gameplay. Fallout 3 is way better than this piece of crap. Very disappointing was looking forward to this one for a long time. Will just keep on playing Fallout 3 until New Vegas comes out.
...I saw it coming from 3 years ago... or whenever this was announced. Whenever a game that nobody cares about takes forever to make, it usually ends up pretty bad...
Gamespot gave it a 6 also. Seriously, this game is just average at best.
I'm still interested in it. The premise is great, the developers have made good games before and it's gotten both good and bad reviews. Seems like I have to try it out for myself to get a better picture.
Looks like this game tried to be the spy version of ME 2 then failed.
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