Prison Break: The Conspiracy Review

Prison Break: The Conspiracy Review

Published On April 6, 2010 | By Marty Greenwell | News

Craig brings our review for Prison Break: The Conspiracy

It’s not very often that a TV series gets its own video game, and it’s certainly not very often that a video game of that series is any good. After four very impressive series of Prison Break on TV, it’s now time for the video game of that very programme where we can all once again meet our favourite characters including Michael Schofield, Lincoln Burrows, Sucre and T-Bag.

Prison Break: The Conspiracy is all based on Series 1, arguably the best season, where gamers play the protagonist Tom Paxton, an agent for ‘the company’.

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About The Author

Marty has been gaming since the heady years of the ZX-81 and still owns most of the gaming systems purchased since those days, including the Atari 2600, ZX Spectrum, SNES, Jaguar, Dreamcast and GameCube. Being a collection junkie (or more accurately, hoarder), he buys more games than he can possibly play, far too many of which are still sealed in their packaging. Marty favours RPGs and Driving games when it comes to genres, and is possibly a little bit too addicted to Disgaea. When not gaming he’s out frightening OAPs on his motorcycle, clad in black leather.