DA DOPEMAN said:
why would you need a f**king gun? right
basically...a gun would destroy the whole direction they were going for...i'm still mad he wrote that
Da Ill One said:
I got you...
: With its karma-driven electric fisticuffs, open-ended parkour antics and stylishly broody ambience, InFamous is a game worthy of Sucker Punch's slick PS2 releases, and a great addition to the PS3's increasingly formidable exclusive line-up. Shame about the story, but there's plenty to do by the wayside.
Buy (they don't do score's it' either Buy or Stay away)
Detailed, living city to help rebuild, or continue to destroy
Brilliant writing and character work
Cut scenes set the mood of the game very well
Much to do and explore, this isn't a game that will be over soon
Be a hero, be a villain, it's your choice
Fresh take on the genre, Cole is a unique and compelling hero
Solid variety in missions
The enemies can be repetitive
Sewer sections are annoying
Combat can get frustrating in places
We live in a world where dreck like X-Men Origins: Wolverine makes it onto the big screen, and something as good as inFamous is created in a medium barely respected for its storytelling
Gaming Age A- Excellent
Simply put: InFamous is the kind of game that when I'm not playing it, I'm constantly thinking about doing so. Heck, I already know what's going to happen right after I finish this sentence: I'm going to go back and play more as "superhero lightning cop" Cole.
good s**t, my dude
i'm kind of glad that arkhum asylum got pushed back now lol...gives me more time to f**k with this game