Prototype PS3 Install Causing Issues, Patch Incoming
If you're lovin' inFamous - and really, aren't we all? - you should probably consider purchasing Prototype, which once again gives us the chance to play as a bad-ass modern-day superhero.
But if you buy the PlayStation 3 version, you may run into a small problem. You have to install a portion of the game and some users have encountered a glitch where the system tells you there is "insufficient hard drive space," even when there's plenty of room. The good news is that Activision has already recognized the issue and they plan to release a patch to the PSN "shortly." In the meantime, Team Prototype has provided us with a quick fix-it technique that should allow you to install the promising action title. You just need to change the available space on your hard drive by 700MB; if you don't want to click the link, here are the ways you can go about doing this:
- Installing or uninstalling another PS3 game that allows hard drive installation.
- Downloading game demos.
- Removing downloadable content.
- Adding / removing MP3's or movies from the hard drive.
They add that you "may need to try a combination of any of the above suggestions" before Prototype manages to install to your PS3, but hopefully, it won't prove too problematic. We've been hearing some good things about the game thus far - GamePro gave it a 4.5 out of 5 and IGN gave it a 7.5 out of 10 - so we hope the team will get that patch up on the PSN soon.
Related Game(s): Prototype
6/10/2009 Ben Dutka