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Submitted by stevivor 1387d ago | review

Review: Prototype 2 | Stevivor.com

The original Prototype took a lot of flak back in 2009 due to its (almost simultaneous) release alongside Sony’s inFAMOUS for PS3. Both games feature an everyman recently endowed with super-powers in a wide-scale environment with free-flowing exploration and control schemes. Reviewer Matt Gosper played and enjoyed both, but Prototype snuck into the lead due to its parkour-style controls – there was no need to slowly clamber your way up buildings or over obstacles, just hold down the right trigger and run directly at your target. It was a new direction for this type of game, and Matt found it to be very welcome as it took some of the hassle out of learning to make your way through the world. (Prototype 2, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

Gigawatt25  +   1387d ago
Epic game. Just finished it and now I want more.

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