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Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 2, Xbox
Genre: Action
Publisher: Acclaim
Developer: Acclaim
Release Date: April 6, 2004 (US), April 9, 2004 (EU)

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'Alias' (PC/Xbox/PS2) - Screens

by Rainier on Jan. 2, 2004 @ 1:48 a.m. PST

Alias is a third-person action adventure containing a unique blend of action and stealth that puts you under fire and under pressure. 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.

Her name: Sydney Bristow.
Her job: Agent for the CIA.
Her target: Arvin Sloane, the man who murdered her fiancé.

After two years of being a double agent inside the criminal organization, SD-6,Sydney Bristow thought she'd brought it down from the inside. She thought her mission was over. She thought she was getting out of the CIA. But when you're a spy, the truth is never that simple... Arvin Sloane, the mastermind behind SD-6, remains at large. And as long as he's out there, Sydney will never be safe.

“Alias” was created by J.J. Abrams, who executive-produces the series along with John Eisendrath, Ken Olin, Alex Kurtzman-Counter, and Roberto Orci. The series, which is filmed in Los Angeles and premiered on September 30, 2001, is from Touchstone Television.

Product Features:

  • Original story and script from the writers of "Alias."
  • Game play offers a blend of combat, espionage and stealth.
  • Incredible combat system enables players to simultaneously fight multiple opponents in fierce hand-to-hand combat.
  • Fully interactive environments allow players to use objects as weapons or to create diversions.
  • The latest in state-of-the-art gadgetry designed by Marshall from "Alias."
  • Unique camera direction - utilizing multiple, simultaneous angles.

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