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Submitted by kerstetter 1299d ago | review

inFamous: Festival of Blood Review (WikiGameGuides)

If the Sly and inFamous series' have taught us anything, it’s that Sucker Punch has an odd sense of humour and a penchant for the ridiculous. With InFamous: Festival of Blood emerging a whole year after Rockstar’s Zombie-meets-West Undead Nightmare, it’s obvious that only a studio audacious enough to cel-shade raccoons and create their own superheros would dare to piggyback off Rockstar’s offbeat success. (inFamous 2, inFAMOUS 2: Festival of Blood, PS3) 3/5

Blacklight82   1299d ago | Spam
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sorceror171  +   1297d ago
Gotta say, I didn't find combat as frustrating as he did. The teleporting enemies can be difficult, but a little sense and planning keeps them manageable.

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