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Submitted by hamsterfist 1939d ago | review

Hamsterfist.com Review of Prototype

New contributor CaptainKing starts off strong with his review of Prototype.

"Once in a while a game comes along that really impresses the hell out of me and Prototype is definitely one of them. Right from the get-go I was thrusted straight into a urban warzone filled with mutant zombies and black-clad soliders in a no-holds-barred killfest. Nothing was sacred as I hacked, slashed, and smashed anything within my reach. Meanwhile Army Helicopters rain rockets on me from above in a futile attempt to stop me. I gracefully jumped away from the aerial assaults, proceeded in picking up wreaked vehicles, and throwing them at the pesky flies above. Fiery scrapmetal rained from the sky where the helicopters once were. I was the all powerful Alex Mercer and nothing could stop me.

And this was only the tutorial." (Culture, Prototype, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

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