Prototype 2 Gameplay
Prototype 2 Red, Yellow, and Green
Prototype 2 Hurt Trailer
Prototype 2 More of the SamePrototype 2 is exactly like its predecessor in the way you evolve Heller's abilities. And while he learns a few new abilities while keeping some of the old favorites, combat plays exactly the same in Prototype 2. Players earn evolution points as they kill and destroy. This adds a fun and addicting element to the game as players will want to evolve and level their abilities to become truly unstoppable. And believe me, once you've leveled a few abilities a bit, nothing will stand against you for long. Players will love the area of attack abilities as nothing makes you feel more God-like than taking out an entire group of enemies with a single attack.
Prototype 2 No Problem
Prototype 2 is not the most challenging game out there. While the developers did a phenomenal job of making the players feel like they are the ultimate killing machine, it's not always to their advantage. Heller learns abilities so quickly, improves his existing abilities so fast, Prototype 2 essentially plays itself. There is almost no challenge and no matter how cool the combat visuals are, no matter how awesome the idea of taking on hundreds of foes without breaking a sweat seems on the surface, it can actually become a bit of a bore. There I said it. And I stand by it. This game is so easy it can become boring even as you're smashing tanks into the ground and tearing enemies to shreds. And that's not right. If the player is nearly invincible there is no suspense. What's so exciting if there's nothing on the face of the earth that could possibly hope to stop you? There's nothing exciting about that. Players need suspense. They need something that provides that kick of adrenaline. Because for all of the constant explosions and ripping people in half and slamming down on tanks, it just wasn't all that exciting, especially since I've played the original Prototype.