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Alias (2004) PAL Retail DVD
I've been quite a fan of the tv series for a while now, so I've been looking forward to the release of this game and I have to say I'm pleased with the results. It's a third person stealth combat affair so if you like Splinter Cell, Metal Gear Solid, Hitman and the Tenchu stealth assassin games this will be right up your street.The basic premise is that you are Sydney Bristow, CIA agent and up until recently a double agent working inside SD-6. Now you are sneaking your way through various espionage missions in an effort to "acquire" items and information and generally save the world. They'vemore… clung quite close to the tv series so the characters are all there in their usual roles. At your disposal are a large number of gadgets and gismos provided by the technical guru (geek) Marshall, also there is your years of spy training and martial arts knowledge.The graphics are superb, they've evidently taken some time to try and get the shapes of the faces right as you can really recognise the people you're working with and the surroundings look convincing. The voice acting is good, as are the sound effects. The gameplay is reasonable with nothing too difficult to achieve and it has a longevity that will keep you kicking butt in to the small hours of the morning."So if this game's soo superb why only the 4 rating?" I hear you ask, well as silly as it sounds you can't jump, the best you can hope to achieve is to climb nearby objects if they are climable, also there's no tutorial so you're thrown straight in to the action without a clue how to do anything. This is not a major problem either as there is nothing too difficult to do after a bit of practice even taking on four or five guys with guns at the same time is achievable. (which ironically is also a little disappointing) My final gripe is that the stealth aspect is very hit and miss. You can be creeping along confident that you're safe and get spotted without any warning, a few moment later you could be in the open just standing around and people a little distance away will not notice you.In all I'm thoroughly enjoying this game and its links to the Alias tv series and would recommend it to fans and gamers alike. But this game doesn't quite match the awesomeness of Tenchu for me.
- Alias (2004) PAL Retail DVD
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- 20/02/10 by hitman911
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