Ben Burns of VGI writes... "The PlayStation Network outage was bad news for some people, apparently. I suppose not being able to play games online is a big deal to people with friends."
One of my favorite games and one of the most under-appreciated games this generation.
My only gripe with 2 was that they decided to have all the unanwsered questions from the first be answered in a short comic book series instead of putting it in InFamous 2. It just made the story in 2 feel lightweight and more like a superhero movie than a superhero comic like the first
Love this series. I wish though that he fought more super powered villains instead of mutated monsters. He should go up against an Injustice League type of villains. Really show off what he can do against villains of the same level or even higher in power than him.
I am nintender fanboi and when I pray playstation I whiked INfamous much. In my top 10 Faverite franchizes
Infamous 2 Insanely Addictive
i love infamous actually like it more than uncharted anyday of the week, its a really good game, i really cant wait to see what suckerpunh does next
I have a love/hate relationship with these games. I'm the type of player that needs to do everything on the map. The first inFamous, I had found nearly all the blast shards, then my console died. Heartbreaking.
Infamous made me feel like I was super hero. The leaping, the gliding,the climbing the power bolts, deciding to be good or bad, using my force blasts to send things and people flying, calling lightning down from the skies, shooting black lightning. And it was more realistic. People who got powers didn't form Injustice Leagues or put on tights and strange costumes or build giant satellites or anything like that. It happened exactly how i think people would behave if they suddenly got power out of the blues. Most people would use it recklessly and carelessly while only few would be able to keep their sanity or their principles intact
Would love a third just for old times sake, I had a blast (no pun intended) playing the first two. I'm glad Cole's in Sony's fighting game.
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