Prototype 2

Mutant Anti-(super)hero Meets Open-World: The Prototype 2 Review (PC)

by 2 years ago

If there's one genre I never get tired of, it's open-world games. I don't even care about the context - wild west? Sci-fi? Fantasy? Modern day? I really don't care …

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Prototype 2

by 3 years ago

In Prototype 1, protagonist Alex Mercer got in touch with his inner flying squirrel in a bid to crush genetic engineering corporation Gentek, as well as their cross-promotional evildoing co-Captains, …

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Radical Announces Prototype 2 Radnet Edition

by 3 years ago

One of the cool things with open world games are the challenges that can come from it that aren't included in the game.  Things like seeing how long it takes …

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New Prototype 2 Developer Diary

by 3 years ago

Prototype 2 won't be here until sometime next year, but the guys at Radical are trying to get out more information to wet your appetite.  Today the have released a …

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The Art Of Combat In Prototype 2

by 3 years ago

The combat in Prototype 2 is undergoing some improvements to make it both a more visceral and more engaging experience. This latest trailer, dubbed "Art of Combat", gives us a …

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Prototype 2 Gamescom Media

by 3 years ago

We've got a great video and some screenshots that shows the backstory setup for the 2012-slated title, Prototype 2.   In this video, we find out what actually happened to Alex …

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Prototype 2 Video

by 3 years ago

While screenshots are great, you want to see what can happen with Sgt. Heller in action, right?  Now you can.  Take a look at the video and see how crazy …

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Prototype 2 Screenshots

by 3 years ago

Are you ready to go after Alex Mercer?  Well, Sgt. James Heller certainly is.  Following the events of the first Prototype, you'll play as Heller, becoming what he hates most, …

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Prototype 2 Preview

by 3 years ago

When the heads of Radical Entertainment were trying to figure out a way to best summarize the first Prototype game, they used a Penny Arcade comic that mentioned how you …

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