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Prison Break: Conspiracy Theory (Video Game)

Updated on August 23, 2017

Video Game Play From The Conspiracy Theory

Snapshot from my big screen of the PS3 version of the game. You must escape prison in this game to complete it.
Snapshot from my big screen of the PS3 version of the game. You must escape prison in this game to complete it. | Source
Prison Break: The Conspiracy The game is a video game released for the Sony Playstation 3. It is loosely based on season one of the show with a few additions just for the game.
Prison Break: The Conspiracy The game is a video game released for the Sony Playstation 3. It is loosely based on season one of the show with a few additions just for the game. | Source
Fox River prison on the Prison break video game is hard to escape from. You must sneak, climb and fight your way to freedom is Conspiracy Theory.
Fox River prison on the Prison break video game is hard to escape from. You must sneak, climb and fight your way to freedom is Conspiracy Theory. | Source
Michael Scoffield is a part of the Prison Break video game but you do not play as Scoffield at any time.
Michael Scoffield is a part of the Prison Break video game but you do not play as Scoffield at any time. | Source

Prison Life

The Conspiracy Theory is based on season one of the Prison Break television show. Michael Scoffield is in prison on purpose with a plan to break his brother Lincoln out before his execution date. One difference in the film and game is that you play a company agent that is put in prison to make sure the brothers do not break out, an agent that is not on the show. One thing that I thought was interesting is that, it was first released in Germany and then throughout the rest of Europe, then one week later was released to North America. The maker changed hands severl times but, the game was finally created.

Clips from the original show are used throughout as is the music and several of the characters from the show. Other than your company character, Link and Michael, the video game also features: John Abruzzi, T-Bag and prison guard Brad Bellick. In this game, your mission is terminated and you are back stabbed by your own agency and left in the Fox River Prison to rot. You must now break out with Scoffield and his brother. The game let's you lift weights in the yard or fight in the block for respect. The voice overs and music gave the feel of the show and the game play was very fluid (reminded me of Grand Theft Auto). The game has shower fights and crooked deals going on at all times. To complete missions, you must sneak past guards and video cameras and along the way you will have to fight for your life against the likes of T-Bag who is a murderer. You will climb gates, crawl through the sewers and hang from the ceilings but, do not get caught or they will shoot you. The most realistic part of this game is when a riot breaks out in one of the prison blocks. You can't trust anyone and never forget that some of the inmates have weapons. C-Note and John Abruzzi play prominent roles in the game and they are very important to not only your escape but your survival too. The escape is far different in the game than in season one of the show which keeps the game from being obvious for the T.V. show watchers.

Prison Break is a one player adventure game that was released on the PS3, PC and the X-box 360. The game has 9 levels of play and you must use your brain more than fighting skills to conquer this one. Maps, keys and shanks are all critical to your chances of making it out. It's best to take your time and pick fights with other inmates to build up respect in the pen. This game has multiple check points in each level which is great because sometimes the guards will catch you if you do not hide in time. Its cool because your inmate character can hide in all kinds of places as well as duck and climb.

To get out of Fox River you will have to do a bunch of favors to get favors in return. Guards, kitchen cooks and maintenance men will all rat you out if you get spotted. During fights with other felons your character can kick, punch and has three finishing moves. Listen during clips as it will give you clues for your next level of play. Also, guards and prisoner conversation will help you along. You hide in lockers and scale the heights of the roof top with a wire but either way be quite and discreet and you just may find out The Company's secret and make it out alive. It takes more than fighting or weaponry to escape. It takes brains and patience.

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Conspiracy Theory has a different point of view than the hit television show. Instead of just Michael in prison the other character who is not on the tv show is a member of The Company. Many of the shows characters however do appear in the video game. The prison life is rough and sometimes you have to fight two or three guys at a time.

The goal of the game is broken down into two parts. First your supposed to get information for The Company and make sure Lincoln gets the chair. The second goal is when your character realizes he is gonna be left to die in prison and must now focus on escaping.

© 2012 Buster Johnson

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