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John McCarroll
Alpha Protocol Officially Delayed
Now it's next year. What is our Game of the Year supposed to be now?
10.07.09 - 2:24 PM

Sega has officially delayed the Obsidian-developed spy RPG Alpha Protocol until Spring 2010. Alpha Protocol won RPGFan's Best RPG of E3 2009 award with its impressive gameplay, fantastic dialogue, and great customization options. The delay had been rumored for weeks, with retailer GameStop listing the game with a June 1st release date. When initially contacted, Obsidian representatives informed us it was Sega who would respond, and did so with today's announcement.

Obsidian is working on not only Alpha Protocol for Sega, but also Fallout: New Vegas for Bethesda. For more information on Alpha Protocol, check out our impressions of the title!


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