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I adore Alpha Protocol. Reading this just makes me want to play it again. Great job, sir. 🙂
My brother picked this up. Sure I liked it, sure as hell didn’t think it was bad.
Right. I think the sloppy console port and the fact it was a lot more of an RPG than Mass Effect didn’t help matters. People went into it expecting certain things and were disappointed/confused when that didn’t happen. It’s best to take it as its own thing, not as a contemporary of Mass Effect, which is the mistake most reviewers made around the time of its original release, I think.
Yeah about that… One of my biggest shames on the shame pile is the Mass Effect series.
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