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Infamous Second Son Review | GIZORAMA

Dimitri Gedevanishvili, GIZORAMA - "While dashing through the air as a puff of smoke, you look down to see a man restrained in a yellow vest being attacked by a crowd of anti-bioterrorists. You land on a building near the attack, contemplating what you will do. The neon from a nearby sign buzzes into your eyes and ears, prompting you to drain the neon straight from it. You zap your way down to the attackers and, without lifting a finger, your very presence scares them off, allowing you to revive your fellow Conduit. A block away, you hear an anti-Conduit protest going on. Why not go stop it with a nice highly concentrated blast of neon?

The seven years that have passed since the events of Infamous 2 have not made relations between Conduits and the general public any easier. Seattle has been overrun by the Department of Unified Protection (DUP), a group designed to hunt down all remaining Conduits. Delsin Rowe, protagonist and member of the fictional Akomish Native American tribe, is thrown right into the mix.

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