Summary: I was excited to purchase this game and couldn't wait for it to arrive in the mail. A 4.5 star-rated game for an excellent price. A man with electrifying powers. The striking blue neon color of his weapons against the dark backdrop looked awesome. That's what initially struck me. The more i played, however, the more I realized that I needed more than his unique powers to keep me entertained. What this game severely lacked was diversity.
Summary: This game is just like Spiderman 2 for PS2. Except you have electric powers instead of webs. The story is so bad I did not even want to finish it!! I got bored with this game after only 4 days of playing. It is VERY repetitive and you do the same thing through the whole game. What a waste of 60 bucks. I suggest wait till a price drop to buy Infamous. Its a open world game and its really pretty too!!
Summary: I will start by saying that i actually finished the game just because some friends said it was awesome. And I played until the end of it always trying to find the part it would get awesome. And it never came... I got extremely repetitive missions that made this game soooo bring. Could not play it more that 1 hour a day. It's so unoriginal! my god. i get frustated just by thinking. Yes you have some cool powers but that wares off a few hours into the game. Come on!
Summary: I didn't even play much of this game to realise that the game has one of the worst combat systems in a game I've ever played. And when I say one of the worst, I mean for its potential. You couldn't lock on to reapers, your only weapon was incredibly short-ranged, you couldn't even simply climb up or down a ledge which gave reapers the ease of shooting you down whilst you have no defence, and at the rare times you do get a comfortable shooting position you get hit by an...
Summary: Never before have I got right up to the very end few missions of a game and just ejected it out of pure frustration, but that's what's just happened with INfamous. The game is really rather good fun at first and although there are some tricky, fiddly sections two or three attempts is enough to beat them and move on to the good stuff (namely electrocuting bad guys) however, the latter third of the game gets bogged down by unecessary 'jump on to this platform, then on to...
Summary: I find myself in the minority here but I can't say I liked this game for several reasons. The introduction, or rather lack of, demonstrated a lack of polish and atmosphere that remained throughout the many hours I played it. Weak characters, poor AI and repetitive and unmemorable missions made this a lacklustre experience from the start. No cut scenes of note added flesh to the bones of the story so I remained unengaged throughout.
Excerpt: Introduction I was pleased to hear that Sony had bagged another exclusive for the play station 3. At first very little was known about the game, shrouding it in a thick coat of mystery. There was a trailer shown at E3 (a large gaming convention) that let us see a little more of what we were to expect. Then before you knew it infamous exploded onto shelves selling like hot cakes. If you have a ps3 then you have infamous (or you have played the demo). So there it was.
Excerpt: Infamous is a game where you play as Cole who is an every day guy who during a freak accident is given super powers. In the ensuing chaos which surrounds this game, you then have a choice to use these powers for good and help the needy or bad and try and take control of the streets. The powers are standard and remind me of the Siths powers in Star Wars.