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Prototype Biohazard Bundle

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Based on 8 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Jul 14, 2015
Xbox OneJul 14, 2015

Publisher: Activision

Genre: Action

Bundle includes Prototype® and Prototype®2 with DLC! PROTOTYPE: Discover what lies beyond the edge of evolution. Play as Alex Mercer, a genetically mutated shape-shifter with no memory of his past hell-bent on solving the mystery of his existence as he tears through a densely populated New York City moving with Parkour-style fluidity and consuming anybody that gets in his way... assuming their physical identity, memories and abilities.f
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Prototype 2 certainly offers a stronger experience than Prototype, but it's still thoroughly outclassed on current gen consoles by Saints Row IV and Infamous: Second Son. At its best, a remaster can be a great reminder of why we loved a game to begin with. Had the Prototype Biohazard Bundle actually been a full upgrade, it would at least show us how far we've come. But given even Prototype 2's mind-boggling technical limitations, this troubled bundle is more of a reminder that mediocrity is still not obsolete.

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Neither game really does anything wrong, but this remaster does nothing whatsoever to justify its existence, in some cases running worse than the originals.

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I know people dislike these games in general, but they deserved a bit better than this.

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Sadly this "remaster" is nothing even remotely close to that. It is two games, somehow coded to run on new consoles, and a reminder that backwards compatibility is indeed a possibility. Nothing has been added, no care given, and sadly these games deserve better than that.

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