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Submitted by shancake 508d ago | interview

Infamous Second Son PS4 Interview With Ken Schramm From Suckerpunch At EB Expo

Press Start Australia had the chance to interview Ken Schramm at EB Expo. Ken Scrhramm is the Brand Development Director over at SuckerPunch Studios in Seattle. We spoke about all things Infamous and why Second Son turned out to be the game that it is. (inFamous: Second Son, PS4)

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GTgamer  +   508d ago
Love what their doing with the new powers.
hulk_bash1987  +   508d ago
Love what they're doing with the whole game. Definitely one of my most anticipated next-gen titles.
stevehyphen  +   508d ago
Absolutely.

Of all the next gen games shown this year, they only two that stood out and said "day one" to me were Second Son and Resogun. I have to wait a few months for one, but the other one is free. You win some; you lose some.

I cannot wait to get my hands on this game.
flz_gaming  +   508d ago
Ich freue mich auf ihr Lieblingsspiel
shivvy24  +   508d ago
Yaa
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