118°
EXPIRED
Alpha Protocol on 360 & ps3 @ Gameplay
Alpha Protocol on 360 & ps3 @ Gameplay

Alpha Protocol on 360 & ps3 @ Gameplay

Buy forBuy forBuy for£14.99
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
In the world of espionage, nothing is as it seems in Obsidian Entertainment's blockbuster RPG thriller, Alpha Protocol for Xbox 360. Players will assume the role of Michael Thorton, a highly skilled government operative trained to eliminate threats to national security. When a mission goes horribly wrong, Thorton is the only one with the information, skills, and audacity to stop an impending international catastrophe. To do so, he will utilize the very government directive that the enemy sought to use against him - Alpha Protocol.

Set in the modern day, Xbox 360 Alpha Protocol gives players complete control not only of Thorton's actions but his personality and attitude as well, all of which will determine the future of the world as we know it. Blending fast-paced modern combat, significant character advancement and innovative RPG features, Alpha Protocol brings a fresh new perspective to the genre.

With a story rivaling the best spy-thriller novels and an immersive, ultra-realistic espionage world, Alpha Protocol on 360 will redefine the RPG genre for the next-gen gamer. Alpha Protocol is being developed by Obsidian Entertainment - creators of Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic II The Sith Lords and Neverwinter Nights 2.

Alpha Protocol for Xbox 360 features:

Redefined RPG - Classless system gives players the ability to mold Thorton into the secret agent they want him to become with lethal close combat techniques, marksman skills, proficiency with gadgets and much more.

The International Spy - Players will travel around the world to international safe house locations to obtain information, mission objectives and conduct meetings with a growing list of contacts.

Dialogue Stance System - With an innovative real-time dialogue system, the characters in Alpha Protocol will react to Thorton's each and every word. Caution and wit are needed as the stakes are high and the tensions mount in conversations that will have players on the edges of their seat.

10 Comments

Good find gutted that i paid £18 for this 3 days ago, knew i should of held on.

Cheapest so far & a good find - heat/rep added. Will probably wait for this to drop below £10 before buying which may be pretty soon at the rate it's dropping.

Ah my patience are rewarded yet again, I almost @ £17.99 glad I held out but you know this bad boy is going to be £9.99 before to long!

Ordered OP respeck!

MM

Good price. Also available at GameStation for the same price and Game for £1 more. Are these all the same company?

Good price. Thanks OP. Bought. But thats it now. Too many cheap games still shrink-wrapped waiting to play. Will get game sickness at this rate.

is this any good?

ganticus

Too many cheap games still shrink-wrapped waiting to play. Will get game … Too many cheap games still shrink-wrapped waiting to play. Will get game sickness at this rate.



Game sickness is bad. The first stage is to unwrap games immediately to avoid shelf viewing depression. Though this doesn't solve my problem of playing games for just one evening and watching the prices rapidly drop.

MBeeching

Game sickness is bad. The first stage is to unwrap games immediately to … Game sickness is bad. The first stage is to unwrap games immediately to avoid shelf viewing depression. Though this doesn't solve my problem of playing games for just one evening and watching the prices rapidly drop.



I never knew there was a term for this feeling. I get it all the time. Got a 360 in 2006 with games that I still haven't played. Then I got a wii and did the same thing. They are all on my to-play list, but now I have bought a ps3 and collected 8 games for that so the queue gets longer. I do the same with DVDs as well.

I know what you mean, since Christmas Ive bought games on the cheap that I've hardly or never played. I also play a lot of both western and Japanese rpgs (currently playing 3d dot game heroes which is a great game) so they take up a lot of time. When i actually plan on starting a new game i usually just stick Uncharted on and play multiplayer instead.

As for alpha protocol i bought it when it was £25 off shopto and after playing it i regretted it, i put a few hours into it but just didn't like it and sold it on, i would wait until it drops to a tenner to try this out.

horsepills

is this any good?



Ive only put about an hour into this, but yeah its pretty good, worth £15 quid
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text