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13_CBS
2009-07-03, 11:00 AM
The greatest battle of 2009 has been decided, with many unicorns and rainbows. (http://www.escapistmagazine.com/articles/view/editorials/op-ed/6228-Yahtzees-Prototype-vs-InFamous-Challenge)


:smalltongue:

Jibar
2009-07-03, 11:30 AM
You've got to be booping me...
This is one of the greatest and most facepalmingest things ever.

Lord of Rapture
2009-07-03, 08:46 PM
...What?

What?

WHAT?

I'm never gonna sleep again.

Kopaka
2009-07-03, 10:01 PM
I am now scarred for life. Well, more than before, anyway. Happy now?

littlequietguy
2009-07-03, 10:37 PM
Why do game critics not hold these challenges more?

Guys, they will do it!

To bad Nintendo would never respond to a similar challenge.

13_CBS
2009-07-04, 09:16 PM
Happy now?

Extremely. :smallamused:

(The InFamous team could've taken it one step farther, though, by putting Alex in a bikini rather than a blouseish thing.

...actually, maybe they shouldn't have.)

BizzaroStormy
2009-07-04, 09:44 PM
Honestly I thought that team Prototype did the best job. They took inFamous' character and just violated him like no tomorrow.

Zeful
2009-07-04, 11:53 PM
You know looking over the article itself, Yahtzee complains about them both using rainbows and unicorns in their images. And the thought struck me, what if a worker at one of the studios saw the review and then called the other team to collaborate?

Rutskarn
2009-07-05, 01:12 AM
You know looking over the article itself, Yahtzee complains about them both using rainbows and unicorns in their images. And the thought struck me, what if a worker at one of the studios saw the review and then called the other team to collaborate?

For a sandbox supervillain game?

Tell ya what--we all win.

Verruckt
2009-07-05, 09:56 PM
You know that scene in Repo: The Genetic Opera where Blind Mag plucks her own eyes out?

that...

XBobbis
2009-07-05, 10:03 PM
Having played both of them, I have to admit, he has a pretty good points all around. I think I preferred Prototype though.

Moose Fisher
2009-07-06, 01:42 AM
This is proof that Zero Punctuation has reached Penny Arcade status within the industry. Yahtzee's opinions are very important.

(I liked the Prototype version more, InFamous looks like they edited old artwork.)