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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 955d ago | review

Prototype 2 Review - The Digital Fix

The first Prototype saw you step into the shoes of an innocent man, caught in the middle of a government/agency run biowarfare conspiracy - which for the most part was a hell of a lot of fun, mainly due to the massive over the top damage you could rain down on the city of New York. Prototype 2 sees you step into the shoes of an innocent man, caught in the middle of a government/agency run biowarfare conspiracy...and has a different name. Frankly the narrative is pretty much irrelevant which is a damn good thing as it is poorly executed throughout. Random quick cut flashback cut-scenes are the primary form of storytelling along with key plot points in game, sadly these scenes do very little to allow you to make head nor tale of what is going on.

Who cares though right as you can run up walls and **** people up in a heartbeat...indeed you can and it is damn fun. (Prototype 2, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

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