Prototype 2 Reviews

Based on 4 critics – Overal Score: 76 / 100


GameInfo: The sequel to Radical Entertainment’s best-selling open-world action game
of 2009, PROTOTYPE 2 takes the unsurpassed carnage of the original
PROTOTYPE and continues the experience of becoming the ultimate
shape-shifting weapon. You are Sgt James Heller, husband to a deceased wife
and child and a soldier left simply to die.

As the game’s all-new infected protagonist, players will experience Sgt
James Heller cutting a bloody swathe through the wastelands of post-viral
New York Zero. Equipped with unparalleled new shapeshifting powers, players
will gradually build a vast genetic arsenal of deadly new biological
weapons and abilities as they hunt, kill and consume their way toward the
ultimate goal – to kill.. Alex..Mercer! Are you ready to murder your maker?

Critic Score
The Armchair Empire …just doing some of these side activities will make Heller feel overpowered by the mid-point of the game. And by the end… The climatic battle is a bit of a anti-climax because Heller’s so powerful. At the end game it would take a fight with a coked-up Godzilla riding an aircraft carrier to provide an adequate challenge. Read Full Review 90/100
GameVortex ‘ve never understood why so many multiplatform games come to PC long after the console versions drop. This release of Prototype 2 doesn’t change my mind. It is neither inferior nor superior to the console version. It is the same beast: exciting, empowering, and gory as hell. Read Full Review 84/100
Invision Game Community Alright, don’t all shout at once. Prototype was a game that was excellent for free-roaming and mass civilian mutilation, but what really let it down was a hyper-sensible biohazard storyline told in a game that focused on murdering and eating thousands of people in as bloody a way possible. Read Full Review 70/100
Examiner Prototype 2 replicates and improves upon the overall gameplay of the original, and it provides reasonable albeit brainless entertainment despite its repetitive game play and lackluster narrative. Read Full Review 60/100





Third-Person 3D Action

Release Date:

July 24, 2012

Radical Entertainment

Activision, Inc.

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