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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Shows Off The Xbox One's Assorted Prototypes

    At the 2013 Worldwide Partner Conference, Microsoft showed off a number of the Xbox One's abandoned prototypes. Polygon posted the images seen above and in our gallery online. Microsoft's Carl Ledbetter presented the Xbox One's assorted prototypes at the conference. When the Xbox One was... More
  • Blog Post: Photos Of Rare Sega Prototype "Pluto" Console Surface Online

    A former Sega employee has revealed photos of rare Saturn variant prototype console that was codenamed "Pluto." The shots came from a poster on the AssemblerGames forums, a former Sega employee who now lives in Japan. The shots are of what he believes to be only one of two "Pluto"... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Shows Off Its Wii U Prototype

    Before the Wii U GamePad became what it is today, it was a weird Frankenstein monster of exposed circuit boards, double-sided tape, and tangled wires. In the latest Iwata Asks piece featured on Nintendo's site , Iwata and pals showed off where the Wii U came from. Apparently is its earlier stages... More
  • Blog Post: Drive The Corvette C7 Test Prototype In Gran Turismo 5

    The seventh generation Corvette prototype is currently only available to a handful of people around the world, but Gran Turismo players can experience what if feels like behind the wheel for free. The camouflaged Corvette C7 Test Prototype was announced this afternoon at the LA Auto Show, but Chevrolet... More
  • Blog Post: Is This What Beyond Good & Evil 2 Looks Like?

    Ubisoft has been slow to release info about the follow up to its 2003 cult hit Beyond Good & Evil, but an early video of the game might have just leaked. There’s not a lot to go on here, but Unseen64 is running the following video claiming that it’s prototype footage of the game’s... More
  • Blog Post: Prototype 2 Live-Action TV Spot Falls From The Roof Of A Building Into The Internet

    Prototype 2 is only a few weeks, and as a reminder Activision has a TV commercial for us that contains no gameplay whatsoever. It does, however, feature Johnny Cash singing a Nine Inch Nails song, and a very angry man out for vengeance against the protagonist of the original Prototype. Check it out below... More
  • Blog Post: New Type Of Force Feedback Prototyped By Academics

    Engineers at the University of Utah have prototyped and demonstrated a new haptic (touch) feedback system intended for use on gamepads. The "skin-stretch" technology is hoped to be ready for consumer mass production in time for the next wave of consoles. Associate professor of mechanical engineering... More
  • Blog Post: Prototype Morphing Into A Digital Comic Series

    One of the trickier parts of a sequel can be explaining how the events of the previous story line up with the new one. Radical Entertainment is tackling that challenge with help from Dark Horse Comics. An upcoming digital comic series will explain how players moved from Alex Mercer's story to new... More
  • Blog Post: Prototype 2's Bio-Bomb Butt Kicker In Action

    Prototype 2 has the g rossest coolest powers. Case in point, want to see a man get turned into a bioorganic bomb and then get kicked into a helicopter? Why not; the whole world once went crazy over a keyboard-playing cat. James Heller’s Bio-Bomb Butt Kicker ability is a pre-order bonus for those... More
  • Blog Post: Eric Holmes Leaves Epic For Warner Bros. Interactive

    Developer Eric Holmes – best know for his work at Radical Entertainment where he spearheaded games like Prototype and The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction – announced today that he was leaving Epic Games for a new position at Warner Bros. Montreal studio. After releasing the well-received... More
  • Blog Post: Prototype 2's New Leading Man Celebrates Least Cheery Xmas Ever

    Prototype main character Alex Mercer wasn't exactly the most friendly guy in New York City, but I'm starting to get the feeling that the sequel's new protagonist, James Heller, may not be much more pleasant. Activision sent out the holiday card above to my e-mail. Between the various fliers... More
  • Blog Post: What You Didn't Know About Prototype

    Game development often lasts for years. And in that stretch of time, studios have their fair share of ups and downs. From humorous game bugs to stress-relieving antics, Game Informer peers behind the curtain of game development. In this entry of Tidbits, developer Radical Entertainment shares secrets... More
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