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Head2Head: Prototype 2 Screenshot Comparison (PS3 vs Xbox 360)

Lens of Truth writes - "Welcome back for another exciting Head2Head! This week we put Radical Entertainment’s Prototype 2, the sequel to 2009′s Prototype under our Lens. So stick around to see which version will shape-shift its way into your living rooms this April. Also, be-sure to check back for our full in-depth analysis very shortly. Until then Enjoy!" (Prototype 2, PS3, Xbox 360)

Echo307  +   1008d ago
Extremely close comparison. Play it on whichever console you prefer, basically.

Although this comparison doesn't factor in performance.
SuperStrokey1123  +   1008d ago
I agree, people are saying the PS3 version has a better frame rate and doesnt tear like the 360 version but I dont have either so i cant say if thats true or not. Some one with them care to comment?
PersonMan  +   1008d ago
I have the PS3 version. No tearing no matter how much chaos is happening on screen. I'm very happy.

360 version is full of tearing though.
Redtide  +   1008d ago
@personman have you even played the xbox version? theres no tearing at all.
Redtide  +   1008d ago
i have it on both although i play it on xbox more there is no tearing. for me at least
NastyLeftHook0  +   1008d ago
go with whatever system you have. or if one version has exclusive content. ex: assassins creed revelations, brotherhood (ps3)
TheModernKamikaze  +   1008d ago
The whole assassins creed series Is on xbox 360 as well as PC too you know.
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Neo Nugget  +   1008d ago
But PS3 has (some) exclusive content.

Bloodlines connectivity
Copernicus Conspiracy
Full AC1 Game
TheModernKamikaze  +   1008d ago
@NeoNugget AC1 is in Xbox 360 also.
JKelloggs  +   1008d ago
He meant included for free with Assassin's Creed: Revelations (the PS3 version)
TheModernKamikaze  +   1007d ago
@JKellogs sorry I did not really understood what he said.

@NeoNugget sorry bro.
Emilio_Estevez  +   1008d ago
Neither one look great. A game coming out this late in the consoles' lives should look better imo. They do look equally not great though.
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geth1gh  +   1008d ago
^^lol couldn't have said it better
IRetrouk  +   1008d ago
You forget that it's an open world with a hell of a lot going on, I mean you can cause utter mayhem in this game, it looks good enough for what it does
NYC_Gamer  +   1008d ago
Double shot of ugly graphics/bad textures...
SaffronCurse  +   1008d ago
Yeah those graphics look very dated.
Joe Bomb  +   1008d ago
Infamous is an open world game too but looks 10 times better then this. P2 look fun though.
Solid_Snake37  +   1008d ago
inFamous 2 is still king of open world games
Trenta27  +   1008d ago
Rockstar's games are still king of open world. InFamous was a nice sandbox game, but it was indeed very static. Once you do the story, there is very little besides collectibles to do and run around. Rockstar's games can be played forever. That's the true beauty of open world games.
Solid_Snake37  +   1008d ago
@Trenta27 you are right, didnt think of the GTA franchise when i wrote this.
Zynga  +   1008d ago
Of course it does because it does NOT have the same amount of chaos that prototype 2 does. Make infamous have all that blood and amount of bodies on the floor with all that chaos happening at the sametime then let's see how pretty it still looks.

@ Solid_Snake37

No its not because everything in that game completely static unlike skyrim.
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mr_badhand  +   1008d ago
the 360 version has a slight tear in the corner rock. The ps3 version pixel is missing on the left shoe.

HA!

I swear I read similar comments like the ones above for other games on this site.
CinderellaMan  +   1008d ago
who cares ... there is a game called infamous 2 you should try it ... now
unless you don't have ps3
Eiffel  +   1008d ago
I already own the first, and played the second. Can't say either were as fun as Prototype 1 and 2, gameplay wise. It's essentially a third person shooter anyway. At least Prototype aims to do something unique with it's style of melee combat, instead of assault, grenade, lightening spamming every living thing in sight, and even that got quite boring after a while.

I also find Cole as a character quite questionable, he has such a monotonous personality. Zeke had more character in his one toe than Cole really ever did, something of which needs improvement in InFamous 3 Also, the story isn't much better than Prototypes, a cliche cookie cutter Saturday morning comic book story isn't something of much praise when it's filled things that don't add up.

However, I did love Infamous's karma system.
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Gigawatt25  +   1008d ago
Game looks fantastic. Some muddy textures here and there but the game is fairly detailed and colorful. Plus there are a ton of objects/civilians/explosions on screen with no frame drops or screen tears. Quite a technical feat.

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