Excerpt: What do you get when you take a city like in Grand Theft Auto, replace the armies of cops with real armies outfitted with helicopters and tanks, and give yourself some ridiculously over the top super powers? The answer is Prototype, an action game made by Radical Entertainment.
Excerpt: From the start you should know one thing: Prototype is not a game, it’s not a sandbox game, nor an action game, nor anything else: it is a huge explosion. A blast. The biggest nuke in the world, detonated on the screen. What does that mean, after all? Well… read my Prototype review and find out!
Excerpt: Putting together an open world game can be a complex challenge for a development team. The stakes are raised several fold when you decide to use a real city for your open world environment, as …
Conclusion: Seriously, that does not get old. Don’t even get me started on throwing people fifty feet into the air just to have them land in the ocean. Despite some very minor camera issues, Prototype is an immensely enjoyable game full of great action and storytelling.
Excerpt: Prototype is a free-roaming RPG centered in New York City, and you are the deadliest weapon known to man, Alex Mercer (a.k.a. Zeus). A virus has spread through New York City and you have been infected. The worst part is you're being chased by the military and The Black Watch. The best part?
Excerpt: Prototype is a solid game, and worthy of your cash, provided you’re looking for a sandbox title that provides entertainment for the term of your natural life. Sounds hefty, but players can jump kick helicopters, elbow drop tanks, and throw human bodies into another zip code – a gamer can die happy...
Summary: Prototype tells the story of Alex Mercer — a man haunted by his past, fighting a secret war in New York City. As the action spirals out of control, a conspiracy tied to his origins threatens the future of mankind itself.