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Alias - PC

by Atari
Windows 98 / Me / XP
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews) 55 / 100

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  • Unique combination of action and stealth espionage
  • Split-screen camera style delivers time-pressure tension
  • High-action, motion-captured combat with blocks, counters, and disarm moves
  • Mini-games including lock picking and lie-detector tests
  • For 1 player

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  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0001KJOI8
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 10 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 17, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,680 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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You are Sydney Bristow—deadly CIA field agent. Use the most advanced spy-ware, state-of-the-art gadgets and elite training to pursue your arch nemesis around the globe and rescue your partner...before it's too late!

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Alias is a third-person action adventure containing a unique blend of action and stealth that puts you under fire and under pressure. Whether you're up against the clock or being hunted by the enemy, fighting against the odds or fleeing for your life, the action is relentless. Utilize your incredible spyware and array of disguises to complete the most dangerous covert missions across the globe. Experience all the heart-stopping action and tension of the award-winning TV series.

The main character is Sydney Bristow, an active field agent for the CIA specializing in infiltration and data retrieval. Young. Female. Deadly. When CIA agent Sydney Bristow is called in to work on her day off she knows there must be something serious going down. The order has come from the CIA's best mind--her father, Jack Bristow.

A fellow operative, Agent Jacobs, has gone missing in suspicious circumstances. His last communique to the CIA contained highly sensitive intelligence regarding Sydney's arch nemesis, Anna Espinosa, formerly a top agent for a rival agency, now gone rogue. The trail starts in a Monte Carlo casino, Jacobs' last known location, but Sydney is soon in a global race against time through Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, Rio de Janeiro, and beyond. If that weren't enough, it seems Anna has teamed up with both the formidable and sinister talents of Mr. Sark and Arvin Sloane--but why, and for what purpose? How are the "Followers of Rambaldi" involved? And what is "The Machine"?

Game features include multiple ways to complete levels and objectives, an intriguing, twisting plot crafted by the writers of the Alias television series, and close ties to the TV show using official script writers, costumes, and voices.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars anna espinosa glitch August 5, 2006
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
in the club level, anna is bound to get stuck on a wall of a decent amount of time, then you can run ahead of her and get into the gate that she goes through, this had many upsides. 1. anna is left running pressed on the gate door, so you can stare at her and laugh 2. there is a door that you can go through there and it takes you directly into one of the main rooms of the club (so you skip about a quarter of the level and alot of fighting). 3. you finsih the level way faster.. there are downsides too. you dont get the coolant jet gun and the level is way harder to finish. you dont get some of the weapons you can get on the ground. like in the kitchen there is trhe ladle that for some wierd reason never breaks. good luck.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not a bad game, requirement issues aside February 19, 2006
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
The requirements listed on the box are indeed misleading, which kept me from buying the game for such a long time. The booklet list these as the actual minimum requirements:

-1 Ghz Pentium 3 or better
-256 MB RAM
-Geforce 3, ATI 8500 or better video card

the bad:
-the game controls are quite limited and you don't have as much control over the character, unlike great 3rd person games like Max Payne or Splinter Cell. I suppose that's what happens when this game is made more for the console than the PC (it has the annoying auto-aim feature, which you can't even turn off - and it's useless for a PC since the mouse has such superior control compared to a game controller).
-you can't save just anywhere in the game, except in designated areas
-the game is too short! I finished this game in a day-and-a-half
-no replayability value

the good:
-the game captures the spirit of the show, with impeccable voice acting from the cast
-great graphics - it's almost creepy how much the in-game characters look almost photorealistically like the actors
-it's great playing with Jennifer Garner! :-D

If another Alias game is made, I hope they use a well-oiled game engine - something like what was used for Unreal.

If you love Alias, I'd say this game is worth getting - at least as a souvenir, especially since Acclaim as folded. Hopefully another company picks up the license.
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5.0 out of 5 stars alias rules! July 1, 2006
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
i really love this game. it features all of the cast members and there voices. which i think is great. it has plenty of levels. i think that and huge alias fan or anyone who likes stealth games would like this. depending on what kind of person thay are or what kind of games they like. i really love this game! anyone who like alias the tv series should get this game. alias rules!
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5.0 out of 5 stars AWSOME!!! July 9, 2010
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I truly love this game and its definitely on of my favorites,...being an huge Jennifer Garner and Alias fan I had to get this game, and I am so happy I did! I played it 6 times from beginning to end and I am still not bored! In fact every body in my household loves this game, I wish they would make another one!

Much like in the TV show, the missions in Alias are often centered on collecting or using high-tech gadgetry. As you go, you'll scan fingerprints, scan DNA, hack computers, and blow up security systems with laser beams, and, of course, as in any self-respecting stealth action game, you'll pick locks.

Alias is, at its core, a simplistic take on the stealth action genre. As you make your way through the game's levels, you can toggle on and off a specific stealth mode that allows Sydney to creep along at a slower, more methodical pace. You can also crouch to duck behind objects as well as press yourself up against a wall and peer around corners. When in stealth mode, you also have the option of performing stealth attacks on enemies. For instance, sneaking up behind an unwitting foe and pressing the stealth kill button performs a unique move, depending on the enemy and what kind of weapon you happen to be holding at the time.

What are the main features of Alias?

* Unique combination of action and stealth creating intense espionage excitement.

* Revolutionary split-screen camera style delivers time-pressure tension.

* High-action, motion captured combat with blocks, counters, throws, dodges, and disarm moves.

* Makeshift weaponry using objects found in the environment.

* State-of-the-art gadgets, alluring disguises and stunning locations.

* Minigames including lock picking and computer hacking.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sydney is back! July 13, 2013
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Kickbock them to the ground, Sydney Bristow! It was great nostalgia seeing Sydney back in action. An older game, but I had no problem playing this in Windows 7 Professional. No glitches at all. By the way, this story in the game was considered cannon in the series and the series picked up on some elements introduced in the game, including a character first introduced in the game before he appeared in the series. It's like discovering a lost episode. (It's also a rather long game--it'll keep you busy.)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Every fan should own this!!! December 16, 2013
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A homage to the beloved ABC series Alias! The game combine what we love about the show; mystery, action, and espionage. If you are looking to travel the world behind your computer screen, this is your game.
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