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Submitted by ryry1 317d ago | opinion piece

InFamous: Second Son Review

InFamous: Second Son is like a ten-tiered wedding cake. It looks like one taste could induce euphoria, yet in reality, underneath that mouth-watering exterior, there’s just a lot of polystyrene.

With this not being a numbered entry into the InFamous series, the game casts aside gruff protagonist, Cole MacGrath. Instead, we get the impossibly named, cocky little upstart, Delsin Rowe – both voiced and face-captured by the new Nolan North, Troy Baker. (inFamous: Second Son, PS4)

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