Based on the hit television show, a third-person based game about CIA/Alliance double-agent Sydney Bristow.


J.J. Abrams (creator), Breen Frazier (story) | 1 more credit »





Credited cast:
Jennifer Garner ... Sydney Bristow (voice)
Michael Vartan ... Agent Michael Vaughn (voice)
Victor Garber ... Agent Jack Bristow (voice)
Ron Rifkin ... Arvin Sloane (voice)
Carl Lumbly ... Agent Marcus Dixon (voice)
Kevin Weisman ... Agent Marshall Flinkman (voice)
David Anders ... Mr. Sark (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shelley Atkinson Shelley Atkinson ... Additional Voices (voice)
Jules de Jongh ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Jules Je Jongh)
Rick Dempsey Rick Dempsey ... Additional Voices (voice)
Eddie Diaz ... CIA Hospital Guard
Jennifer Dunn ... Michelle
Sara Hartley Sara Hartley ... Additional Voices (voice)
Benjamin Hoppe Benjamin Hoppe ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Ben Hoppe)
Renée Johnson Renée Johnson ... Additional Voices (voice)

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Based on the hit TV show, you take on the role of CIA/Alliance double agent Sydney Bristow in this third-person game using her cunning, extensive knowledge of martial arts and array of high-tech gadgetry to accomplish dangerous missions. Alias, the game, will encompass all of the key elements behind the series' success, including high-action combat, stealth missions and time-based objectives, espionage, intriguing plot twists, high-tech weaponry and stunning gameplay locations that span the globe. Written by Mark Cameron

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Fans of the show will enjoy, action stealth games fan will as well.
17 April 2015 | by TerryfanSee all my reviews

Alias is a video game based of the famous ABC show of the same name. Now I pick this up on the Playstation 2 mostly out of curiously.

Jennifer Garner is one of my favorite Actresses and I didn't know much voice work she did let alone for a video game so let's see how this turns out.

The game for the smart move took place during the events of episodes 19 and 20 from the Second Season which would help more for the story and plot for the fans of the show.

Also the cast from the show reprise their roles for the game like Jennifer Garner as Sydney Bristow, Michael Vartan as Agent Michael Vaughn, Victor Garber as Agent Jack Bristow, Carl Lumbly as Agent Marcus Dixon and the others

Now the game is a stealth/action third person game as a spy you must go around and overhear people talking as well as sneak inside a room without getting caught to get information.

The game allows you to fight and use weapons as well to get the villains who stand in your way of the mission.

That's when the game has some issues like if you get caught the game's over and you'll have to restart from the last time you saved so whatever you do don't get caught.

Some of the enemies can be some issues as to when you have to fight them or having to hide.

But again I'm one of those gamers who looks past the junk and try to enjoy the game and I do enjoy the game it just the issues for stealth can be a problem but it's part of the game.

The Cutscenes for the game gives you the feel of watching the TV shows because the cast again return for the game and with their performances you feel that you are watching the show.

The voice acting is very well done as you can tell these are the actual actors and actresses not just stand ins. They give some strong performances for the game so it's a plus in the audio department. The music in the game is good as well as it helps gives you the feel of what's going on.

The controls in the game do take some time to get use to but once you figure out the controls of the game you are going to enjoy playing it just requires your skills to be to the top.

Game does feature some good game play just have to understand it's a stealth game and since the show is about being stealth you'll understand.

Overall if you're a fan of the show or action/stealth this one could be right for you. The game features the cast from the show and it follows the events of the show so you are in good hands.

I give Alias an 7 out of 10

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