Saturday, January 1, 2011

Prototype Full Game - Mediafire


Publisher: Activision
Developer: Radical Ent.
Genre: Sci-Fi Action Adventure
Release Date: Jun 10, 2009 (US)
ESRB Descriptors: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language
Hoster: Mediafire

Manhattan Island has suffered all manner of fates in movies over the years. It was attacked by monsters in Godzilla and Cloverfield, hit by tsunamis in The Day After Tomorrow and Deep Impact, and targeted by aliens in Independence Day and Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within. But though I am Legend comes close, the New York borough has never before been subjected to a disaster quite like that depicted in Prototype. In this fast-paced open-world action game, the military is doing what it can to contain a viral outbreak that's turning the island's population into mutants. As amnesiac Alex Mercer, who's trying to figure out what's going on, you spend much of your time caught in the crossfire. Fortunately, what Mercer lacks in memories he more than makes up for in agility and superpowers, and as a result, he's an incredibly fun character to play as in a game that also counts an intriguing story, varied missions, and some memorable boss battles among its features.

At the outset, Mercer is a much easier character to control than he is to understand, especially if you opt to play with an Xbox 360 controller rather than a mouse and keyboard. Making giant leaps, gliding through the air, and even running up the sides of skyscrapers are effortless actions. You could probably make it from one end of Manhattan to the other in a straight line using nothing more than the sprint button if you really wanted to, since it's the only one you need to scale buildings, barge through crowds, and overcome obstacles like cars and rooftop air-conditioning units parkour-style. No fall will ever hurt you, no obstacle is impassable, and there are very few enemies who can keep up with you when you're at full clip. Combat is also relatively simple early on, but as you progress and learn more about who and what Mercer is, his repertoire of moves grows exponentially until remembering which button combinations or keys trigger which moves in which of his five forms becomes something of a challenge. You certainly don't need to remember how to use every single move you unlock with evolution points, which are earned by doing just about anything, but it's unfortunate that even after picking favorites you might find yourself having to hold down up to three buttons (a trigger and two opposing face buttons) simultaneously to perform them. You don't need to do anything quite that crazy on your keyboard, but there are a lot of keys to remember.

Regardless, combat in Prototype is a blast. Using the Function keys or a slick radial menu that slows down the game any time you call it up, you can shape-shift into different forms that morph your arms into blades, a whip, and hammerlike fists. You also have the option to use more conventional weapons dropped by enemies and, eventually, to hijack tanks and helicopter gunships. The latter are especially fun, because you can use a whiplike arm to latch onto them in midair--even while falling from another helicopter that you've been shot down in. One benefit of having all of these options available to you, as well as the ability to disguise yourself as any human character that you "consume" (read: absorb) to regain health, is that many of the already-varied story missions (as well as a couple of the boss fights) can be approached in a number of different ways. For example, if you need to destroy an item inside a military base, you could attempt it in one of the aforementioned vehicles, walk right in there and set about killing or consuming everything that moves, stand on a nearby rooftop and throw things, or even disguise yourself as a soldier and distract the real military by pointing at a nearby character and declaring that he's the enemy. As a soldier look-alike you can even call in airstrikes from your unsuspecting comrades, but you get only a very limited number of these. Some missions, and almost all of the optional challenges scattered across the island, force you to play a certain way, but for the most part you're free to use the environment and everything in it however you see fit.

System Requirement
Intel CPU : Core 2 Duo E6700 2.66GHz
Nvidia Graphics Card : Geforce 7800 GS
Direct X9
Ram : 2 Gbs
AMD CPU : Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 3800+
ATI & Intel Graphics Card : Radeon X1800 Series 256MB
Hard Disk Space : 8 Gbs



DJ NELO TEAM on 2/05/2011 7:01 PM said...


DJ NELO TEAM on 2/05/2011 7:54 PM said...

Can you tell us the error ?

so we can fix it....

Thank You
-E A G W Team

DJ NELO TEAM on 2/06/2011 8:39 AM said...

after downloading then extract the files so the iso file, then install using the daemon tool. when extracting files out of writing like this
"Error During extraction of one or installments files.
click retry to try again, ignore to skip this file (not recommended), or abort to cancel installation "

DJ NELO TEAM on 2/08/2011 4:53 PM said...

Thanks for getting in touch with us regarding this issue.

We’re working hard to correct it and apologize for any inconvenience you’ve experienced.

Don't extrac from daemontool, just install. If still not work we recommended you follow this link ""

Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you have any further questions.

Thank you,
-E A G W Support Team

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