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Alias (PC)

Alias (PC)
alaScore 76

15 reviews

Sep, 2014

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Alias (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 76/100 = Good quality.

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Alias (PC)

 

When it comes to games based on popular movie or TV licenses, there is an exceedingly fine line between making a game that your typical gaming audience can appreciate and making a game a casual fan of your chosen license will be able to grasp. All too...

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Alias Review

 

"Alias is loaded with fantastic cut scenes and great voiceovers. Too bad the playing the game is not nearly as brilliant."

If you love the TV show, maybe this is a game for you. Those dedicated fans may love the storyline as it does remind you of the show. Those others looking for a fresh new third person game will most likely want to pass on this one.

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It may be a popular TV series in the States, and to a lesser extent in the UK, but all we really know about this is that it is shown on Sky 1 or could it be Channel 4, which only goes to prove it is very much the game that is being taken into...

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Alice in Vivaldi's Four Seasons: The Music Game

 

This learning game for home computers focuses on introducing children to classical music and culture, combining the best-known literature of Lewis Carroll with one of the most famous works by Baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi. Players join Alice as she ent

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Alias

 

This text refers to the PlayStation 2 version of this title.The first game based on Touchstone Television's hit secret agent series, which made its ABC premiere on September 30, 2001, casts players in the role Sydney Bristow as she embarks on a series of

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Alias

 

You know a genre has come of age when this happens. When a B-grade TV series about a sexy undercover spy-girl gets a B-grade videogame tie-in and it's labelled 'relentless stealth action' - that's when you know. In days gone by it might have been a...

Decent combat system ; Polished production values

Risible stealth dynamics ; Poor level design ; Flawed control system

Codename: Boredom

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