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Submitted by vgcgames 529d ago | article

Infamous Second Sons: Top Features From The Hands On Gameplay

Recently a select group of media outlets where allowed to go hands on with Sucker Punch's latest open world adventure, Infamous Second Son's. According to most, the game is looking and playing extremely well. Of what's been revealed and played, here are the the top features for Infamous Second Son's hands on gameplay. (inFamous: Second Son, PS3, PS4)

Lunarassassin  +   529d ago
I'm really intrigued by this idea of a "more definite karma system".
I womder if this time it will be harder to change your karma depending on how many choices you've taken already.
I rememember trying to get myself all the way from InFamous to hero after beating the second game.
FamilyGuy  +   528d ago
Some light story spoilers in the vid.

http://www.youtube.com/watc...

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