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Prototype figure does Alex Mercer justice


3:40 PM on 06.11.2009
Prototype figure does Alex Mercer justice photo



I've been playing Prototype for quite some time in preparation for our official Destructoid review, and I've been having quite a bit of fun (amidst frustration) so far. It's a crazy game, and antihero Alex Mercer is a blast to play with. Now we can play with him just a little bit more, with the very first Prototype action figure from NECA.

The figure portrays Mercer with his shape-shifting blade arm that he acquires a few hours into the main story. The most striking thing about this toy is just how authentic he looks. They really captured the look of Mercer quite well, and I really dig the detail on his jacket. 

Definitely a good little action figure, and one I'm tempted to pick up myself. How about you?

Prototype figure does Alex Mercer justice photo
Prototype figure does Alex Mercer justice photo
Prototype figure does Alex Mercer justice photo





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