AtomicGamer writes: "inFAMOUS is packed with main missions and side quests, and despite its open-world format it has a much more intimate feel than most sandbox games. If I had to nitpick, I'd say the story-as good as it is-didn't totally payoff in the end for me. It starts real strong, but doesn't quite deliver on its potential. I also would have liked to see even more story for Cole's best friend Zeke and main squeeze Trish. There are some surprising twists involving these two characters and I won't spoil them for you, but when the NPC's are this engaging, you want more. inFAMOUS is a great game on so many levels, offering not just a fantastic current-gen experience, but one that PS3 owners can call their own. Coupled with Killzone 2 from earlier this year, Sony continues to build a strong case for their fledgling console with the arrival of inFAMOUS. Sucker Punch, I'm sorry I ever doubted you".