Posté le : 23 décembre
Obsidian's underrated espionage RPG, Alpha Protocol has amazing malleability and replayability as far as how you shape the story with your mission choices and the way you treat others. The open nature of choosing your missions can cause you to meet allies who will help you in later missions... or remember what you did to them the next time you meet, so be cautious; you may even miss a couple of characters entirely depending on where your travels take you!
The game also has an incredible dialog system, where people will come to know you by your actions and expect you to act a certain way - you can prove them right, or throw them off - something that can come to your advantage played carefully. Enemy or ally, both can work to your favor. Also interesting is the ability to choose a background that further affects conversations and gives your extra points in different categories. (choose Rookie first!)
While the gameplay is your standard TPS/RPG hybrid, this game is a must have for anyone that enjoys games with top tier dialog and freedom of character development such as Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines or Fallout: New Vegas.