Summary: The Sony PlayStation 3 is a diverse video game console, offering interesting games, free online play and several media apps. Its system architecture leads to many buggy games. Even though the PlayStation 4 is now widely available, Sony continues to improve the PS3 through constant system updates, a steady stream of games and great entertainment options.
Pros: The PlayStation 3 offers free online gameplay through the PlayStation Network.
Cons: Many publishers and developers have issues porting games to the PS3, and most multiplatform games suffer major bugs and glitches on this console.
Excerpt: Can someone please explain to me why inFamous 2 received a ‘T’ for Teen rating instead of an ‘M’ for the Mature rating? This game is ultra violent, bloody, contains enticement to lust, and tons of bad language. Playing inFamous 2 is like watching ‘R’ rated movies for twenty hours. It is spiritually draining to the point of exhausting.
Excerpt: inFAMOUS 2 continues Cole MacGrath’s story, and sees him leave behind Empire City, where he changed the world by detonating the Ray Sphere in Empire City and ultimately has left chaos in his wake on his way to New Marais, the setting for inFAMOUS 2. Aside from the game’s setting, not a lot has changed from the first game to the second; Cole’s powers remain basically in-tact from the ending of the first game to the beginning of its sequel, a familiar faces comes along for...
Excerpt: "Morality, conscience and freedom of choice are central to this game," so read the head of the press release that announced Infamous 2. A game that gives moral choices would be well suited for a review on a Christian review site.
Pros: Multiple endings depending on the choices you make in the game.
Cons: The challenges are a nice addition but they seem under developed.
Excerpt: There came a point, probably 8 or 10 hours into my ‘good’ playthrough of inFamous 2 , when protagonist Cole acquired the ability to launch skyward with a superpowered ice-jump and glide hundreds of metres through the air. All of a sudden the game’s design really clicked into place and started to make a lot more sense – rooftops that had previously seemed slightly too far apart were just right for a skyward launch and glide; power cables strung between buildings were...
Conclusion: inFAMOUS 2: Festival of Blood is an enjoyable adventure that fans of the will thoroughly enjoy. It is a tongue and cheek side-tale in an already entertaining world. If you love inFAMOUs, you will love this chapter as well.