Alpha Protocol out in October

Would sir like a date with his trailer?

SEGA has put a rough date on its spy RPG, Alpha Protocol. It'll be out in October worldwide, according to the press release that accompanied this afternoon's trailer.

Alpha Protocol stars US covert agent Michael Thorton, who's on a quest to clear up the apparent shooting down of a commerical airliner over Eastern Europe by a US missile. It also includes "more options than any other RPG", it says here - a bold claim if ever there was one.

The contemporary espionage RPG is being made by KOTOR II and Neverwinter Nights 2 developer Obsidian for 360, PS3 and PC. More on the Alpha Protocol gamepage.

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