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Alpha Protocol Xbox 360

Alpha Protocol Xbox 360

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A Flawed Espionage Adventure with Untapped Potential - 3/5 Stars

Title: A Flawed Espionage Adventure with Untapped Potential - 3/5 Stars


Alpha Protocol for Xbox 360 is an ambitious action role-playing game that attempts to blend espionage, choice-driven narrative, and intense combat. Developed by Obsidian Entertainment and published by Sega, this game promised a unique experience in the world of espionage. However, while it has its moments, Alpha Protocol falls short of its potential due to various technical issues and a lack of polish.


The gameplay in Alpha Protocol is a mix of third-person shooting, stealth, and conversation-based decision-making. The combat mechanics are serviceable, offering a decent variety of weapons and abilities to suit different playstyles. Stealth sections can be enjoyable, allowing players to sneak past enemies or perform silent takedowns. However, the controls can feel clunky and unresponsive at times, hindering the overall experience.

One of the game's standout features is the dialogue system, which allows players to shape the story through their choices and interactions with NPCs. Conversations have a time limit, adding a sense of urgency and forcing players to think on their feet. The branching narrative offers multiple paths and outcomes, giving the game a high replay value. However, the dialogue animations are stiff and lack the polish seen in other games of the genre.


Alpha Protocol's story follows the journey of Michael Thorton, a rookie CIA agent who becomes entangled in a global conspiracy. The plot is filled with twists and turns, espionage tropes, and morally ambiguous characters. While the story has potential, it suffers from pacing issues and a lack of depth in character development. The narrative often feels disjointed, with abrupt shifts in tone and pacing that can be jarring.

Graphics and Sound:

Visually, Alpha Protocol is a mixed bag. The character models and environments are decent, but the overall graphics lack the polish and detail seen in other contemporary titles. The sound design is serviceable, with a fitting soundtrack and decent voice acting. However, the repetitive dialogue lines and occasional audio glitches can break immersion.

Technical Issues:

One of the major drawbacks of Alpha Protocol on Xbox 360 is its technical performance. The game suffers from frequent frame rate drops, texture pop-ins, and occasional crashes. These issues can be frustrating and disrupt the overall experience, making it difficult to fully immerse oneself in the game world.


Alpha Protocol for Xbox 360 is an ambitious but flawed espionage adventure. While it offers an intriguing blend of choice-driven narrative and action gameplay, it falls short in execution. The clunky controls, pacing issues, and technical problems hinder the overall experience. However, for fans of the genre who can overlook these flaws, Alpha Protocol still offers an enjoyable and replayable experience.

Rating: 3/5 Stars

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