"position it better" and because devs wanted to really "polish the game up" for release.
It was due out last year but since then they've tweaked lighting, spruced up the inventory, and just generally bringing the "quality level up."
Alpha Protocol is Obsidian's action-RPG that centers around espionage in modern day. It has loads of tech gizmos, guns and even ladies to seduce. Dialogue sequences are time sensitive meaning you can't stand around thinking of a response forever.
"We had a few reasons for doing it. One: We wanted to position it better, give it a lot of time. The main reason: We really wanted to polish the game up, make it everything Obsidian planned it to be, and give the consumer a very polished game," Sega's Matthew Hickman told , reports .
"We added a couple of other things. Tweaks in lighting here and there, added the inventory comparison screen so you can compare what you're buying to what you have equipped. Just bringing the whole quality level up." Summer 2010 is the new deadline.
Alpha Protocol releases on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. See some gameplay below.