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Prototype 2 Is A Mutated Glitch Fest, But At Least It's Funny

Posted on Thursday, May 3 @ 14:25:14 PST by Jonathan_Leack
After playing Prototype 2 for a few hours I couldn't help but notice that it's a bit buggy, but not in the conventional sense. I'm talking Fallout 3 head-spins, Skate 3 ragdoll fails, and the infamous Team Fortress 2 'spy crab'. I'm talking the funny glitches that cause uncontrollable laughter instead of broken controllers.

Now, I can't capture footage from my console — at least not yet — but a quick trip to YouTube unveiled a few people who can, and as a result I have a couple of funny clips to share.

The first video shows your typical animation glitch. I don't know about you but I never thought I'd see the day when someone could pull off The Worm while being choked mid-air. Truly extraordinary.



That one is pretty good, but the next one is even better. How about a mid-air running man at your next rave? This guy would win dance contests with ease. That is if he was still alive, anyway.



So Prototype 2 isn't the first glitchy game to come out, and it probably isn't the last, but at least many of its glitches aren't game-breaking. Leave that handful of agony to Bethesda's games.
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