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InFamous beats out Prototype in Drag

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Despite the fact that they’re very different games, Prototype and InFamous – two sandbox super-hero games – are often compared. Yahtzee’s no different, and if you watched his Prototype vs InFamous Zero Punctuation battle, you’ll know he failed to decide on a clear winner. He did however state that he’d declare a winner after a bit of compliance from the studios that made them.

What would he have Sucker Punch Productions and Radical Entertainment do? Draw the other studio’s protagonist with a bra. Much to their credit, both studios participated, rather sportingly too.

To see which “super-powered asshole” made the better tranny, hit the jump.

InFamous’ Cole McGrath as drawn by Prototype Creators

Prototype’s Alex Mercer as drawn by InFamous developers

The Winner, according to Yahtzee :

It’s a close call, but I’m going to declare Sucker Punch the winner by one lovingly-rendered pair of breasts. Also their unicorn is a much prouder, mightier steed, and Alex’s expression is delightfully coquettish. Therefore InFamous must be the better game. Buy InFamous. Prototype’s still good, though. Buy it as well.

As far as I’m concerned, the inclusion of rainbows and unicorns make them both winners.

Source : Escapist (via Joystiq)

Last Updated: July 6, 2009


  1. Janrik

    July 6, 2009 at 13:06

    ROTFL. Great stuff. Good to see the guys have a sense of humour.


  2. V@mp

    July 6, 2009 at 13:59

    That’s brilliant! Props to both companies 😆


  3. onelargeprawn

    July 6, 2009 at 14:53

    Lol. The tattoo on Cole’s thigh – is it of himself?


  4. V@mp

    July 6, 2009 at 15:28

    Technically speaking though, the didn’t draw Alex with
    a bra. Not one that you can see at least 😛


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