Alpha Protocol is available on PC
Alpha Protocol is intiailly released as a download. It is usually an expansion pack so check to see if you need a main game before getting this. Alpha Protocol may be released in the shops at a later stage
Alpha Protocol can be played with a gamepad or Xbox 360 controller
XBox 360 Game
Alpha Protocol is available on the Microsoft XBox 360 console
Alpha Protocol is available on the Sony PS3 console
Three quarters of a year ago this genre bending game by Obsidian was due to release. A SEGA rep took a look at it and said that this Espionage RPG was not RPG enough. That was all it took, back to development. Well lets hope the game has really enjoyed some loving attention over these past 9 months.
We will have our top agent investigating and reporting just as soon as he can prise it from SEGA's quality control department. Until then here is the latest on the system requirements.
Minimum System Requirements
# Supported OS: Microsoft Windows XP® or Windows Vista®
# Processor: 2.4+ GHZ Intel® or 2.0+ GHZ AMDTM
# Memory: 1 GB RAM (Windows XP®,) 2 GB RAM (Windows Vista®)
# Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce 6 series (6800GT or better,) ATITM 1300XT series or greater (X1550, X1600 Pro and HD2400 are below minimum system requirements)
# Hard Drive: At least 12 GB of free space
# Sound Card: DirectX® 9.0c compatible sound card and drivers
# DirectX®: 9.0c
For a little background reading here is an Alpha Protocol preview
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DRM is more like Digital Restriction Management instead of its acronym Digital Rights Management.
Most companies are likely that, but yeah I appreciate what Sega has done giving full license control to the user.
In case of The Game I wont say, I like this
Hey Internet games are Beautiful ???Or I need to buy them ??
This Game goes imo for more Realism you can shoot Good if you Skill it same is for Fighting and Stealth.The Game has lot of potential here and there could be made some things better for sure.I give the game a Good and for the Graphic whores go get a RL has Best Graphics ever ;)
Everyone has their own opinion, if you do not like it's your problem ;)