Alpha Protocol Gone Gold, Gets New Trailer

By Chris Faylor, May 04, 2010 11:00am PDT Initially due in February 2009 before getting pushed to October 2009 and finally June 2010, Obsidian Entertainment's espionage-focused role-playing game Alpha Protocol has gone gold, meaning it's complete with discs now in the manufacturing process.

Publisher SEGA announced the milestone today, confirming that the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 title will indeed be making its promised release date of May 28 for Europe and June 1 in North America, and also passed along a new trailer in the process:

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  • When was the last spy themed game that had dialogue choices? The only one I can remember would be the masterful Deus Ex from 2001.

    I'm looking forward to this, though admittedly I don't think it will sell well because of all the pew pew console players in today's marketplace that look at graphics first and gameplay/story come distant third. This should have been a PC only exclusive - would have faired far better if it was.

    Hopefully Obsidian actually finished this game - unlike Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 (rushed ending written in 5 minutes - pretty much missing anything resembling an ending actually).