Sega has confirmed upcoming RPG Alpha Protocol has been delayed yet again.The title which will launch on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC was originally scheduled for an October ’09 release but the game was MTV that the game’s release date has once again slipped back to “summer 2010.””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.”Hickman then went on to announce a new inventory comparison screen will be implemented into the title along with a better lighting engine.“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.”Let’s hope that all these delays are worthwhile when Alpha Protocol eventually releases. Don’t forget the game, in which you are involved in espionage, also includesto “spring 2010.”But now Matthew Hickman, assistant producer at Sega, has confirmed to
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