Excerpt: There are only two real reasons to dislike inFAMOUS before you start really nitpicking. One is that the randomly-generated battles occasionally hit you with a nearly-inescapable catch-22, such as fighting more than one guy at once who has a shotgun.
Excerpt: infamous was a new IP by Sly Cooper creators Sucker Punch, but unlike Sly Cooper infamous had a much darker tone. You Play Cole MacGrath, a messengers who is suspected of detonating a bomb that killed tens of thousands of people, and destroying several city blocks.
Excerpt: inFAMOUS has a very theatrical presentation. The minute you push start, Empire City is rocked by a cataclysmic explosion. Unless you start a new game (which you will do, trust me), this is the last time you'll see the title screen. From here, you're always "in the game.
Summary: Whether you want to save the world or bring it to its knees, you'll need a lot of power. Infamous isn't an open-world title that creates the sensation of a living city; the game's vitality comes from the diverse and wildly entertaining abilities of its electrified protagonist, Cole McGrath.
Summary: " InFamous " is simply fun. It sucks you in. You forgive the rare glitches because up until the point they happen you are genuinely happy to be playing. Content to be lead through the outlandish story the game takes you on (twice).
Excerpt: The box reads "a massive explosion rips through six blocks of Empire City, killing everyone in its path...except you. You now wield extraordinary powers. Will you use them to save what's left or destroy it all?
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Super heroes have existed even before Jesus Christ could grow a beard. These crusaders have been portrayed in a variety of different styles and we still can’t get enough of them. Who wouldn’t want to sore through the skies or tear buildings apart with their pinky?