if you're a fan of the first, GET THIS!!! you just MUST!!!
Pol "P", Amazon
3 July 2014
Summary: I think while this game did a lot of things right, like the combat & the unlockable powerups & the maps & camera were better than part 1. the running was smoother too the music once again was generic. plot was really good. (most of that you get same as part 1 from absorbing people's memories which was fun finding) the game has a lot of gore though. & cool moves. BUT you're so overpowered that I wasn't as afraid as I was in Prototype 1.
Summary: The first game was okay. It had okay graphics, story, and it really was repetitive. The second game however, improved on everything. I would definitely recommend it to anybody who liked the first game and to anybody who enjoys explosions, Gore, and having God-like powers (like it says on the back of the box
Summary: Going into P2 my expectations were some what dismal, because of game sight reviews, but fear not. Let me say if you buy a used version you might have to buy the pass, so that burns (I guess). There are aspect of any video game that is repetitive and boring, but this is not the case with P2. You have the ability to create your own chaos, so that is refreshing, but it gets old unless you don't care for the story, which you might like if given the chance.
Summary: First game in a long time that has got me incredibly excited to play. I would complete an action in the game such as escaping enemies and find myself thinking, "wow, that was so badass!" Lots of fun to play.
Fun game for taking a break from bigger challenges
John M. Milner, Amazon
2 September 2013
Summary: I like the Prototype series. You don't get a great story or a lot of variety in missions, but what it lacks in these ares, it makes up for in addictive gameplay and fun. I like a good challenge. I just beat Bioshock on 1999 mode. But sometimes I just want to blow of some steam and f#$% s#$% up. If that appeals to you, this is the right game.
Summary: Playing through the game is fun and filled with combat and slaughter. The story is comparable to the first one, both in depth and discovery. There are side missions you can only play with the code that comes with a new copy, so just be aware that if you're a completionist going for 100% you can't get it on a used copy. This one also introduces a different leveling system from the first game, but it doesn't affect the gameplay overall in any major ways.