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  • Release: 28.05.2010
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Über das Spiel

Wir schreiben das Jahr 2009. Die politische Lage ist weltweit zum Zerreißen gespannt.
Über Osteuropa kommt es zu einer Katastrophe, als ein vollbesetztes Passagierflugzeug von einer amerikanischen Rakete abgeschossen wird. Es gibt keine Überlebenden. Die US-Regierung bestreitet jegliche Beteiligung. Agent Michael Thorton wird rekrutiert um Nachforschungen anzustellen.

Loyalität hat ihren Preis und keiner weiß das besser als Agent Michael Thorton. Als talentierter junger Agent wurde er von seiner Regierung ausgesandt und er ist der einzige, der im Besitz der Informationen ist, die eine drohende internationale Katastrophe verhindern kann. Um dies, zu bewältigen muss er sich von genau denjenigen Menschen befreien, die er an sich beschützen sollte. Während die Spieler versuchen herauszubekommen, wie sie die einzelnen Aufgaben bewältigen, werden die getroffenen Entscheidungen in jeder Mission Auswirkungen auf den weiteren Spielverlauf haben und Michael Thorton letztendlich zum ultimativen Gehimdienstagenten machen. Jede Wahl des Spielers hat für Michael Thorton Konsequenzen für seine Zukunft und das Schicksal der Welt.


  • CPU: 2.4+ GHZ Intel oder 2.0+ GHZ AMD
  • GFX: NVIDIA GeForce 6 Serien (6800GT oder besser,) ATI 1300XT Serien oder besser (X1550, X1600 Pro und HD2400 erfüllen nicht die minimalen Systemvoraussetzungen)
  • RAM: 1 GB RAM (Windows XP,) 2 GB RAM (Windows Vista)
  • Software: Microsoft Windows XP oder Windows Vista
  • HD: 12 GB frei
  • SFX: DirectX 9.0c kompatible Soundkarte und Treiber
  • DX: 9.0c
  • LANG: Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Italienisch, Spanisch
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Steam Nutzer-Reviews

230 Produkte im Account
11 Reviews
Nicht Empfohlen
74 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21.02.20 16:22
Leider schlecht gealtert.
544 Produkte im Account
153 Reviews
1532 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 01.05.20 10:19
You've been set up! Hired by a secret U.S. agency to investigate the connection between an Islamic terror organization and a shot down passenger plane, you survive your planned death and turn rogue. Left with nowhere to turn and hunted by former team members and secret services, you try to piece together what happened. Work with terror organisations and the mob or use brute force against them to find answers. Infiltrate secret services to spy on them. Work with journalists and weapon dealers. Alpha Protocol gives you all the freedom the be the spy you want to be.

The games combat sequences work like in Gears. Attack from cover. It's up to you if you wish to operate stealthy or attack head on.

The game also comes with a strong role playing aspect. You can change your look and collect abilities in different skill trees like assault rifles, martial arts, pistols, sabotage, shotguns, stealth, toughness, technical aptitude or submachine guns. The development of the story relies heavily on decisions you can freely make in the game and in the many communications.

Despite its age, Alpha Protocol is still a great game and I regret not playing it much earlier. The game receives a very strong recommendation from me and if the games is still lingering in your library unplayed, give it a try. It's great!

- brilliant story
- great atmosphere
- perfect voice acting (English only)
- your decisions strongly influence the game
- very many decisions to make
- many, very interesting and divers characters
- many different organisations
- satisfying combat
- high re-playability
- huge skill tree with many special abilities to unlock
- great lock picking, pc hacking and alarm deactivation mechanism
- long game

- outdated graphics
- boss fights are somewhat annoying
- very short time to make decisions. This can be a problem for none native speakers.
277 Produkte im Account
13 Reviews
15093 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 01.03.20 01:43
So I have played this game a lot over the last decade. (250hrs according to Steam alone.) And what makes it so special is that every time I play it, I discover some new wrinkle, or story thread, or even an entirely different ending combination(!), that I have never seen before. It's why guides for this game can only ever be incomplete as the permutations are enormous and, as the game itself delights in telling you up front, tiny ripples have longer term outcomes. Even the much vaunted Deus Ex struggles to twist the characters in response to your actions in the way that AP manages with seeming effortlessness.
Even though the game is very tightly structured - you're never going to go anywhere other than Saudi Arabia, Rome, Taipei and Moscow - the feeling that every choice you make is closing doors somewhere and opening them elsewhere is ever present and means that it never gets old.
Sure, there are OP skill combos - but on the other hand, I believe folk have run the gauntlet with no skill boosts at all (not me; I'm not that good, even now!) and one never feels as though the game is being wilfully unfair; the difficulty level of different sections can very much depend upon your own actions elsewhere, and you can inadvertently make things far more difficult for yourself without realising.
And yes, I also realise that some folk hate the minigames with a passion. I can't share that hatred; I find them all to be well-balanced (and, again, they can be made easier or harder thanks to your own actions elsewhere. And the game does have enough tools to bypass most of them anyway.)

In the end though, it's the characters that win for me every time. Mina, Scarlet, Madison, Parker, Brayko, Albatross, the unforgettable Steven Heck, even Darcy and the wonderfully obnoxious Leland. They all feel real and continue to feel real even when one takes alternate routes and makes different choices. They're the reason I keep going back. I want to spend time with them, and find out if they have other secrets that I still haven't uncovered.
And what makes Alpha Protocol so great is that I wouldn't be at all surprised to learn that they do.
270 Produkte im Account
110 Reviews
121 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.02.20 20:04
[h1]Really good game[/h1]

Alpha Protocol is an RPG game in which we play Michael Thorton. We wake up in a secret Alpha Protocol base, and soon we'll go on our first mission, which is just the beginning of Michael's adventure.


It's an RPG game where, as we progress, we gain levels, for which we can improve various statistics, such as more life or better handling of weapons such as pistols or machine guns. A big advantage of the game is the reputation system, which is important in some missions and depending on the chosen dialogue option other situations can happen. Each mission can be completed in different ways. We can sneak in and try to complete the mission without killing, but if we want to, we can shoot everyone and not pay attention to cameras or alarm. In addition, there is a hacking system in the game, which makes it difficult, especially hacking the computer, which is very difficult at first. In the game, we will also meet bosses, who are done quite poorly, and the fight against them is boring and tedious. The possibility to finish the game in several different ways also deserves a plus. The biggest problem of this game is its wooden animations, but about that later. There are indeed bugs in the game, but they are not so annoying that I would like to remove this game from the disk.


It's hard to get attached here. But the game was released in 2010, so it looks good for those times. Of course, it's not the kind of graphics that he would like to see in other games, but it met my expectations. As for character animation, I'm a little sad. As other reviewers write, character animations are weak and very artificial. It didn't have any great impact on the gameplay fun but I think it's worth to pay attention to this element.


In conclusion, Alpha Protocol is a very good game. Every next level was a pure pleasure for me. I liked very much that the game, even though in some part it was linear, because we had imposed the locations we had to go to in advance, the decisions we made had an impact on the ending. I think it is worth trying to play this game at least once and give it a chance.

✔️Different endings of the game
✔️Hacking (although sometimes it was difficult)
✔️Reputation system
✔️Improvement system

❌Few bugs
❌Wooden character animations

Time of completion: 15-20 hours (*I don't know why, but Steam didn't count the hours in this game, so I only have 2 hours.*)

[b]Rating: 7.5/10

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Please note that this is only my evaluation and opinion of the game. If you do not agree with it or think that the game deserves a higher or lower rating, please leave a comment and I will be happy to respond.
406 Produkte im Account
102 Reviews
1142 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.02.20 07:03
Too bad this isn't on the store anymore because the game itself isn't all that bad since I expected it to be underwhelming.

What really sets this game apart is that your choices in the game do have an impact within the story and you will be surprised in how many ways it can be altered through dialog decisions and actions. It is a good system except for the fact that the tutorial and marketing over hypes this aspect where it really isn't.

It's like Mass Effect except on Earth with really janky third person action, the hacking mini-games aren't that bad, just buy some EMP and you're set to go.
407 Produkte im Account
28 Reviews
1160 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 01.02.20 14:29
Before the Microsoft acquisition and Dungeon Siege III and South Park served as exceptions to the rules, Obsidian were stuck in the same position Scott Joplin was when he tried to produce a musical with no budget and couldn't even get the proof-of-concept across to prospective backers. There was brilliance on display, but it really asked a lot of forgiveness from the audience to get across. It's broken. It's buggy. It's barely playable at times. Basic systems often don't work in ways that are startling. And that's the game at its most functional. A pile of scrap held together by duct tape, prayers and positive thinking. The basic design is riddled with flaws that games a decade or more older solved elegantly. The art direction is ugly as hell.
The game is a work of genius. When it does what it is trying to do, it does it so well that it's almost embarrassing that a studio that was forced to beg its own fans for money to keep the lights on did it so well while studios with budgets larger than some countries' GNP can't pull off the same. The best term for it is 'reactive narrative'. There isn't a single plot point, character interaction, player choice, dialog passage or just about anything else that actually stands alone. Everything touches everything else and so everything really matters. In some ways the game is a harbinger of trends to come - New Game+ is largely a gimmick nowadays, but in Alpha Protocol the basic idea of what the game is, the player interacting with a developing plot they influence in a way that strongly rewards multiple playthroughs, is here a very deliberate design choice, with the new possibilities opened up in New Game+ also accounted for in unique ways. So too the kind of interaction and production seen in games like The Witcher 3, where quests can fork out in half a dozen different ways but largely act as islands set aside from the main thread of the plot. In Alpha Protocol no such distinction between 'main' and 'side' content really exists, the feedback mechanism is impressive in how comprehensive it is, and its full range is only visible after at least a second playthrough.

But, to get through that playthrough you will slog through a mountain of bugs, poorly designed or barely designed systems, bizarre half-baked video game logic, and all the rest. In my experience Obsidian's 'brilliant but buggy' reputation largely hinges on this game and Knights of the Old Republic II, and for good reason. Both are brilliant messes. If you want to give it a shot, just be patient.
218 Produkte im Account
4 Reviews
869 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23.01.20 21:21
This game is a shit show in a good way. Stealth is broken to all hell, and the gunplay is honestly pretty bad too. That said it kept me playing to the end and i had an overall pretty enjoyable experience. I recommend it if spies and James Bond-esque antics are your thing. Otherwise there are better RPGs out there.
195 Produkte im Account
66 Reviews
2390 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31.10.19 06:31
A beautifully broken mess of a game that features one of the most perfect boss fights in gaming. Even with all the bugs, useless skills, dropped plot threads, and wasted potential, I cannot hate a game that pits me against a Russian gangster who comes at me in a disco hall blaring stellar 80s tunes while he dual-wields SMGs... until he snorts coke, gains temporary superpowers, and suddenly is stabbier than a knife drawer as your superspy suddenly has to flee like a small frightened woodland creature.

You can't get this on Steam any more, but the story and the ways it reacts to you are worth witnessing; I highly recommend this if you get a chance to try it. Just... don't try too hard for stealth.

While the game often encourages it, trying for a perfect stealth run is (I'm told) literally impossible and even a GOOD stealth run is a fool's errand; this game is all about rolling with the punches and adapting on the fly, and your playstyle, I think, should reflect that. Stealth failed? Screw it, set everything on fire with some grenades as you go invisible, run to the opposite side of the map, and start blowing fools away with an assault rifle. You're not Solid Snake; you are MICHAEL THORTON THE UNSTOPPABLE, and the pitiful AI of common grunts can only hope to contend with the truckload of unbalanced wackiness you can rain down on their heads.

tl;dr Buggy but fun power trip spy fantasy with a great example of a reactive/branching narrative done quite well, particularly for its time. Don't be nice to Darcy.
691 Produkte im Account
49 Reviews
764 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26.10.19 18:30
Beneath the boring gameplay and wonky animations, there is a great RPG hidden away. If you don't mind these shortcomings you should give it a try cause its story and unique RPG elements outweigh its shortcomings.

332 Produkte im Account
69 Reviews
1225 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.10.19 10:59
Too bad that you can buy it anymore, changing the OST and rereleasing this gem would be great

Also, no this is not Obsidians best game and that goes for every other overpraising of this game. Its good but not great
692 Produkte im Account
97 Reviews
311 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.04.20 09:28
Is that you Kiryu-Chan?!
624 Produkte im Account
466 Reviews
15 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 04.04.20 09:40
In my ongoing and likely futile effort to write a Steam review for every game in my library (#413 out of 572)... it's time for Alpha Protocol.

Veteran RPG developer Obsidian's first foray into a meaty RPG in their own IP, Alpha Protocol is a bit of a mess, but a brilliant mess all the same.

Basically, it's a James Bond-esque espionage RPG, with perhaps just a hint of Austin Powers. It's silly and melodramatic and filled with betrayals and double crosses and all manner of nonsense that it takes very, very seriously: the fate of the world is at stake, after all! It's raucous fun.

Unfortunately it's still an Obsidian game, and they have their mixed reputation for a reason. Alpha Protocol is perhaps their most problematic game: it's riddled with bugs and glitches and the latter half of the game feels especially sparse, as it was likely rushed to release far before it was ready. Fortunately there are mods out there that help mitigate many of the issues people have with the game, but you're still going to want to be very careful and save often.
568 Produkte im Account
22 Reviews
6380 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.04.20 16:28
best james bond / jason bourne game you ever played..
174 Produkte im Account
4 Reviews
831 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15.04.20 13:53
Alpha Protocol is a fun game. Sure, it's sometimes inbalanced, the tone can be all over the place and the dialogue wheel is strange, but it invokes a sort of b-movie charm that i don't find often in video games.
606 Produkte im Account
27 Reviews
2193 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.04.20 07:35
[h1] A Janky Game with High Replayability [/h1]

I'm going to keep this review short and sweet, since this game isn't being sold on Steam anymore. Maybe you have a key for the game or, like me, it's in your backlog and you want to know if it's worth your time. I'd give the game a 7/10 personally. It isn't the best-looking game, and it isn't the smoothest game in terms of movement and mechanics. In fact, I think there could be a great deal of improvement when it comes to the shooting mechanics and the UI among other things. The AI can quite frankly be laughable at times. But the story and the freedom of choice in this game is unparalleled! Every choice you make has consequences that carry from the beginning of the game to the end. These choices affect your allies, enemies, your perks/skills, when you get equipment, everything. I ran through the game twice, once as a stealthy pacifist and then again as a psychopathic dudebro just to see what would change and do not regret the time I spent. I almost ran through it a third time, and I know there are other people that have run through it more than that. If you like RPGs and/or action games and are looking for something unique (or for some laughs while streaming with friends) then you can do worse than Alpha Protocol.
447 Produkte im Account
58 Reviews
259 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.03.20 10:41
Mike Thornton fucked my wife
445 Produkte im Account
331 Reviews
Nicht Empfohlen
147 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13.05.20 20:59
What is Alpha Protocol ?

As soon as I started playing this game I already had a few doubts of how it was going to be but I just let the game flow and see if it would eventually grab my attention, initially I had a good vibe about it thanks to a really nice dialog system, the story sounded interesting and the game didnt look bad despite having a really bland visual design, the characters and cutscenes were well-animated and I had no issues paying attention to the dialog cuz it just felt really well-done to me, in the first debrief scene I wanted to ask questions to the characters I was interacting with cuz I really liked the dialog and presenting different choices for my character to take on was a nice idea, the whole game setting and ideas are nice, its a espionage RPG after all, you level up completing objectives and you can build your character' skill tree by putting points in stealth, weapon usage, tech, etc, its simple but effective, also the voice acting was nice too, the character we end up playing has some sort of personality despite us not knowing much about his past, the problem is the gameplay, mostly the combat which is what made me gave up here, its REALLY bad, like REALLY REALLY BAD, my god its been a while since Ive seen such a bad AI in a game before, Ive experienced many ugly, embarassing moments here where I saw enemies walking around in circles, me shooting and aiming at them and they not reacting or moving at all, killing one after another while they just stand still or going to check a nearby dead body ignoring their surroundings, sometimes just running after me at flash-like speed and punching me instead of I dont know taking other types of tactic or their own guns like why you run all the way just to punch me, an armed man ???

Talking about the gunplay, its horrible too, the way they tried to design a recoil system is horrendous, having to just wait for the reticle to focus on a enemy isnt fun especially when that enemy IS SEEING IM AIMING AT HIM, HE SPOTTED ME AND HE JUST SITS THERE AND WAIT FOR HIS EVENTUAL DEATH DOING NOTHING, the FOV is also too close, its uncomfortable to play especially at indoor locations, stealth is not good either if we try to no go guns blazing mode since the game sometimes forces you to do engage, especially in boss battles, stealth isnt good either because we eventually have to get close to the enemy, aim at his head with our silenced weapon and just wait for the reticle to focus so we can get a clear shot, this mechanic sucks the fun out of the gunplay which sucks equally on both sides, stealth or guns blazing, also the enemies tend to be very bullet spongy, it just feels so poorly done, Obsidian should look at this game and see this as a mistake they shouldnt repeat again, its a technical failure, I also had some glitches, nothing alarming to the point of having to restart the whole mission but the many problems and the crappy gameplay turned me off and ruined the little immersion I had from the story bits, its a shame, theres no reason to play this game at all no matter how good the story may be if the gameplay is so poorly done like this, avoid at all costs.
6050 Produkte im Account
46 Reviews
1197 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 04.06.20 00:46
This game is not great, but it's not bad either. The combat and stealth are both mediocre and the bosses are unfair bullet sponges that you have to cheese your way through, but the unique premise for an RPG (modern day super spy stuff), the fast-paced dialog system, and the staggeringly huge number of plot/mission-affecting choices you have to make make it worth playing.

I would recommend buying it on sale, but unfortunately, the game isn't even sold anymore. It's a shame that there is unlikely to ever be a sequel, because there is a huge amount of potential to improve upon here.
193 Produkte im Account
3 Reviews
1249 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23.05.20 22:28
Janky but very fun spy flick RPG with a great dialogue system and high replayability. It has problems but it is still very much worth playing
646 Produkte im Account
6 Reviews
1176 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21.05.20 19:23
Alpha protocol is a flawed gem, but it's still a gem overall. There's frankly nothing quite like it, with an enjoyable plot and story and some interesting characters.

It shows that it was rushed, and the combat oriented character has massive advantages, but for how cheaply you can get this game most of the time, it's worth a play through.
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195 Reviews
1011 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14.03.20 20:30
1846 Produkte im Account
110 Reviews
2809 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 06.05.20 20:55
On one hand, a very rough game where the enemy AI does incredibly stupid things and where you start approaching the stealth as in Splinter Cell to realise that actually it does not matter at all. On the other, one of the most fun and most unique games in the whole Obsidian library, and probably the only modern world RPG in existence. It is well written, you feel like a Tom Clancy badass character, the locations keeps it interesting and there are several ways to approach every level. It's a wonderful game.
568 Produkte im Account
82 Reviews
846 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.05.20 13:05
This one has the characteristics of early Obsidian games; having good role play elements, a hefty chunk of clunkiness in gameplay and a quality agent story on top of them. I played it when it was released 10 year ago and I haven't touched it after I finished at the time.

The things is, it was all worth playing again. There is a lot of linearity in this one, not in the way of solving quests but more like corridor style quest system. If you are distracted in games nowadays so easily and want to play some exquisite RPG form the past, Alpha Protocol is the right choice. Too bad, it cannot be bought as it is withdrawn from sales.
190 Produkte im Account
25 Reviews
945 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26.04.20 16:48
Its pretty good! No idea why was it getting the bad rap back in the day. It has a very solid RPG mechanics where, very soon, game isn't about well can you aim, but its about what skills do you use and when. I like that. Also, plenty of options to customize your loadout and playstyle, from ghost to rambo.
338 Produkte im Account
72 Reviews
884 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17.07.20 13:28
Obsidian, the master of rough-around-the-edges-roleplaying-games.

This is not an action RPG. Rather, it is an RPG seen through 3rd person view plus action elements. So what's the difference you ask? Take the stealh for example: without any level in stealth skill you will be detected in no time even though you don't make any noises and approach the enemies from behind - the enemy will always hear you no matter what. The game relies heavily on your gear stats and character skill level, not on your skill as a player. This 'misunderstanding' is what caused people to give this game unfavorable review because they thought that their skill playing stealth shooter might apply in Alpha Protocol. This is not a Hitman game.

The gunfights in Alpha Protocol is about the same level as the first Mass Effect game. Controls feels loose. Sometimes you want to do something, but then you accidentally did something else. Not investing any points in any of the gun types is a mistake in Alpha Protocol as there will be a time where direct confrontation is unavoidable. You will miss almost all the shots you take when you fire a gun without any skill points.

The enemy AI is dumb as a rock.

Alpha Protocol is divided into missions. Before each mission starts, you will have a conversation with your handler and you will be given a few options how to reply to the conversation. Choosing the right conversation option will raise affinity with the handler and give you some nice perks that will help you in your mission. Your character will also get bonus perks depending on the way you play the game: for example, if you avoid enough enemy guards, you will get bonus to your stealth and noise reduction.

The story isn't any special so far at the time writing this. Standard American spy stuff, with bad Arab, bad Russian and bad Chinese guys. However, the dialogues are certainly interesting just as in any Obsidian game. The dialogues here are extremely cheesy with corny jokes that worth at least a chuckle.

TL;DR: if you think Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines is the best RPG ever, you will surely enjoy this light hearted RPG. If you expect a Hitman with RPG elements, you will be disappointed.
38 Produkte im Account
1 Reviews
1488 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 06.07.20 00:25
This game has everything. Multiple ways to play, good action, good story, good characters, and an awesome skill system with real playability. This game deserves more love than it gets.
1495 Produkte im Account
18 Reviews
580 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 09.07.20 20:08
This is pure Obsidian goodness.

Yes, it has bugs (quite a lot unfortunately).
Yes, it's a bit corny.
Yes, it has a lot of stereotypes straight from all the action movies I love.
It has conspiracies, stupid enemies, stealth, comical villains and pulpy spy feel. And it doesn't feel like I watch a movie but influence the story by what my character says and does.
I've played it when it came out (and bought on Steam to support Obsidian) and didn't put the game down till I've finished the story.

I want a sequel. I wish there were more games like this.
490 Produkte im Account
44 Reviews
3609 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 01.07.20 09:02
one of the most underrated titles of the last 10 years, worth playing today if you have it. shame this was pulled all because they lost the license to Turn Up the Radio
62 Produkte im Account
21 Reviews
1394 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.06.20 05:56
Underrated and now rare after it got removed from Steam.
159 Produkte im Account
4 Reviews
1537 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 06.05.20 02:28
This game is janky and heavily flawed. And i would highly recommend it. Obsidian deserves praise not for building a master-piece or anything but for not fearing innovation, embracing experimentation and most importantly breaking norms. Its a damn shame more games weren't influenced by the mechanics presented here. If you can overlook its flaws, its a worth a shot albeit its for a bit of a niche and culty demograph.
365 Produkte im Account
104 Reviews
602 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 02.09.20 00:52
A rough-around-the-edges classic, with a lot of potential.

An absolute shame it's not possible to purchase on Steam anymore.
380 Produkte im Account
1 Reviews
1043 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.09.20 17:58
It's pretty bad
But it's also pretty good
63 Produkte im Account
2 Reviews
4463 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.09.20 22:36
By no means a perfect game but still very fun, one i enjoy coming back to every 6 months or so.
1131 Produkte im Account
179 Reviews
3078 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 05.09.20 22:06
Shame that the game was taken out of Steam.
It's got a bad rep, but after all the patches and config fixes and improvements, it is truly a great experience.
A bit rushed at the end, but overall one of the best TPP RPGs, along with Mass Effects.
It may not be top 3 of mine, but top 10 probably.
548 Produkte im Account
364 Reviews
622 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15.08.20 03:31
Not sure why this was removed from Steam, it's a decent action RPG with an interesting story. If you can find an activation code for a reasonable price somewhere else it's still worth playing through if you like the genre.
505 Produkte im Account
14 Reviews
1798 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23.06.20 11:47
Very rough looking, janky controls and atrocious shooting mechanics, combined with an incredible dialogue system, intriguing story and truly multi-branching storyline, Alpha Protocol is a rough diamond, that got buried under its more polished and casual half-brother Mass Effect 2. As with most Obsidian games, this one can be fixed a bit with a couple of mods, that remove the clumsiness of controls and make a targeting reticile take less than half of the screen. I hope SEGA will develop a sequel one day, if Avellone will write for it.
409 Produkte im Account
31 Reviews
1267 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 01.10.20 04:18
This game is so close to being good but it just feels.... unfinished.

The gameplay here is average cover shooter at best, progression feels bad and combat is boring. The story however, and the way your character interacts with it is stunning. How they managed to make every single little decision have an impact idk but it's worth playing just for that.
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Verfasst: 19.09.20 08:50
The very first part is meh, but right after that the game is a masterpiece. I really enjoyed it.
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Verfasst: 13.11.20 00:53
Wow, what a gem, very dirty and well hidden gem that not many know about. Shame that it's been removed from the store (thanks sega), because everybody should play it for story, not for gameplay, console controls suck. There is a ridiculous amount of choices that will affect the story and make it different in some way for every player.
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Verfasst: 13.11.20 09:02
Wacky but enjoyable RPG/stealth/action mix. The story, dialogues and quests are quite an entertainment, although the gameplay could be better - especially stealth parts. A few well written characters and a fairly original setting in the genre help it a lot to become memorable and satisfactory. If you savor RPGs then you'll enjoy Alpha Protocol.
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342 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18.11.20 17:07
If its was a narrative espionage game with just the story and the characters i would recommend it because this is the only reason it has so many positive reviews on steam. Unfortunately there is more of frasturating and hard minigames like hacking,lockpicking and bupassing doors which is the most pain to do and to enjoy because of the controls and the time you always have to be very precise in order to succeed! The enemies are just careless deathwish idiots who just ignore all the dangers of a firefight and charge you trying to hit you in the face like maniacs! even with changing the rewards with cheat engine and upgrading your character to the max from the start the enemies are tough as nails and wont go down even if you shot them with the bringer of apocalypse!
anyway the game is not fun at least for me even if the story is complex and interesting!!!
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5364 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20.10.20 03:32
This is the BEST game for impactful, interesting choices--many RPGS claim you have lots of choices and consequences, this is the ONLY game I have played where the choice/consequence system is done truly thoughtfully and well. There are no wrong choices in this game, just different possibilities; there will always be some good, some bad (true to the world of espionage); likewise good rep and bad rep with NPCs both can be beneficial and hurtful depending. The biggest tragedy of this game was its shoddy release and poor marketing, so nobody knows how amazing it is as a choice-driven story and as an espionage/stealth game. Too bad so many development shenanigans occurred, including the game being shelved without proper QA for a few months before release. In an ideal world, this game should have made boatloads of sales and we'd be playing the sequels 10 years later rather than replaying an old classic. I only wish someone would make another espionage game like this... I'd trade a million Pillars of Eternity (good as those were) for one more Alpha Protocol. Sadly I understand this has been removed from the store due to a copyright issue, but if you can find a copy, get it.
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Verfasst: 20.10.20 06:02
still holds up, microsoft bring it back
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Verfasst: 30.12.20 13:53
Nice little gem.
Imagine this game like mass effect but with less polished mechanics and not as grand in scale.

THe story is solid the graphics are still okay.
The combat isnt that bad but kind of outdated in todays terms maybe.
You have different combat and non combat skills can hack computers doors and security alarms.
You can use a stealthy approach but there are no real consequences if you dont go the stealth way.

The best part of the game is that your dialog and normal choices actually alter the story.

Unfortunately the game isnt for sale on steam anymore since the license for something has ran out and sega pulled the game. So only way you might get lucky is through 3rd party key seller sites i guess.

Fun little gem with outdated mechanics but choices that matter.
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941 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.01.21 02:04
This was a fantastic RPG and massively underrated.

Think Mass Effect but with Spies.

Great game if you can get your hands on it
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2641 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.12.20 16:47
A total gem. May be a bit buggy but its story line, multiple endings/paths/gameplay styles surpasses all its flaws.
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1065 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28.12.20 00:10
A spy thriller rpg shooter with some nice story and rpg elements but with the dumbest fucking shooting mechanics i've ever seen. Despite being supposedly some kinda badass agent recruited by some secret agency you can't shoot past 3 feet until you skill your weapon skill stat quite a bit. At times it feels like you're playing morrowind where your actual aim doesn't matter since it seems to roll chance to hit or something.
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Verfasst: 14.02.21 07:41
Awesome unique story with different paths to choose that really have an impact on the story, a true espionage RPG game.

The downside is the rough gameplay but still highly recommended for the RPG side alone.

Needs a remake.
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4739 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18.01.21 22:36
This game is seriously good and criminally underated.
The graphics didn't aged all that well, but you'll forget about it once you get into the storyline and the mechanics of leveling your character.
There is not much else to say. Go for it.
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3629 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14.01.21 18:25
Alpha Protocol's gameplay is a buggy, janky, frustrating and poorly balanced trainwreck that is a fountain of unintentional humor. Alpha Protocol's writing, choices, and dialogue are some of the best to ever grace a video game. Its positives ultimately drag it out of the mud, and in terms of its espionage theme and reactivity, there's still nothing else quite like it.
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Verfasst: 01.04.21 10:28
A cult classic for good reason. Take Mass Effect's dialogue system, add a time limit so you actually have to think on your feet, put it in a James Bond movie, and throw in the most overpowered pistol in all of gaming (sorry Halo) and you've got Alpha Protocol. Easy recommendation to anyone that likes Mass Effect or any other RPGs like it.


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Release:28.05.2010 Genre:Rollenspiel Entwickler:Obsidian Entertainment Publisher:Sega Engine:keine Infos Franchise:keine Infos


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