Peter Delacour is a master thief who is hired to steal an ancient Egyptian artifact for his client: Emilio Chauncey. As it turns out, Chauncey is an alien who plans to use the ancient book's power to take over the world. Peter narrowly escapes Chauncy who tries to kill him right after receiving the book from Delacour. Chauncey gets away and shortly after, the MIB show up. Frank the Pug takes Delacour into custody and uses an MIB car in hyper drive mode to get Peter back to MIB headquarters for questioning. After interrogation, Delacour tries to stealthily escape MIB headquarters, but is caught. The MIB temporarily make Peter an MIB agent to team up with agent Katiana and agent Frank to stop Emilio Chauncey and save the world.
MIB: Alien Crisis was universally panned with critics because of its gameplay concepts specially criticising it for its weak story, repetitive gameplay and graphics. Gamespot editor Chris Watters called the game "Ugly, boring, and brazenly priced, MIB: Alien Crisis is an absolute embarrassment" giving it a 2.5 score out of 10.(1)GameZone editor Robert Workman gave the game a score of 2.0 commenting "Everything about Men In Black: Alien Crisis has “rush job” written all over it."(2) Aggregating review websites GameRankings and Metacritic gave the game 39.00% and user score of 1.3.(3)(4)Official Xbox Magazine editor Cameron Lewis gave the game a score of 3.0 commenting "There's just no way this charmless slapdash mess is worth anywhere near its asking price, much less your hard-earned recreation time." (5)