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Submitted by Canadiangamernet 299d ago | review

Infamous Second Son Review - CanadianGamer

If you had superpowers what would you use them for a good cause or more selfish reasons? In line with the latest (and third title in the series) game from Sucker Punch Studios, Infamous: Second Son offers players the chance to jump in the shoes of its newest super powered main character and use Seattle as their play ground. Does “great power come with great responsibility”? Well, only if you want it to. Regardless, it is no less fun using your powers as a good guy or being an evil jerk in this ambitious offering. Having super powers never looked or played better for the series and Infamous: Second Son definitely deserves a spot in your burgeoning PlayStation 4 collection. (inFamous: Second Son, PS4) 9/10

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