Summary: Love this game. It's honestly more fun than I thought it would be. The ability to transform in an effort to hide is pretty cool, but not really necessary given the fact that you can just grab people and throw them at other people, effectively killing several targets at once.
Don't do it, unless you have a penchant for horrible frame rates, with even the fastest CPUs on the market...
6 May 2014
Summary: I'm sure this is a great game, yadda yadda (actually, it looks pretty silly and juvenile 15 minutes in, but I digress), but with a 2500K at 4.5 GHz (faster than any CPU on the market at stock speeds, per core; see below), I'm seeing an average of a very clearly CPU-limited 47-50 fps. Anything under 60 fps, minimum (barring loading), is unacceptable to me, let alone a port from 2009. This game couldn't be programmed worse than it is.
Summary: With a 2500K at 4.5 GHz (faster, per core, than any stock-clocked CPU on the market; see below), I'm seeing an average of a very clearly (GPU utilization nowhere near 100%) CPU-limited 47-50 fps. Anything under 60 fps, minimum (barring loading), is unacceptable to me, let alone a port from 2009. This game couldn't be programmed worse than it is. Aside from that, I had to download a modified .dll file to attain a resolution higher than 720p. Heck of a port, guys..
Exciting and engaging game - Fair game for $10.00-$20.00 but no more
14 December 2013
Summary: Prototype TM is a fairly unique game with a great free-roam system for play. Powers and abilities are unique when compared with other games and make game play that mush more enjoyable, but the game is severely limited. Pros: - Exciting powers which can be purchased in the order of the player's choosing. - Engaging game-play at times gives the player a unique experience of actually being the character.
Summary: Having rarely played video games of any kind and not played at all for years, we were impressed with the graphics but every level, the avatar is leaping, climbing and then flinging, smashing things/people and that's it - a lot of it. So it's work. There is an adrenaline rush initially from all these zombies all over NYC but there's no variety.