inFamous for PlayStation 3


May 26, 2009
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About this game

Content Rating: Teen


A massive explosion rips through six square blocks of Empire City, leveling everything and killing everyone in its path... everyone, except you! Feel what it’s like to be granted incredible powers... how you use them is up to you. The consequences of your actions will affect you, the citizens and the city around you. You’ll develop and grow your powers and eventually uncover the purpose of it all.

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Critic Reviews

20 Reviews
Brad ShoemakerMay 22, 2009
But it's the quality of the central action in InFamous that I keep coming back to. Everything else would be fancy window dressing if Sucker Punch hadn't nailed the basic gameplay elements, the simple moving and shooting, as precisely as it did. InFamous feels like a game designed from the very ground up to be fun to play, so I guess it's no surprise that as soon as the credits finished rolling on my good version of Cole, I started up an evil one to play it all over again.
Jonathan MarxMay 26, 2009
Regardless of the few nitpicky critiques I've made, inFAMOUS is a great effort. The five people I played this game with, including myself, all had a wonderful time. We spent hours passing the controller back and forth, giggling, and asserting our virtual dominance. And that's what this game is all about: having a ton of fun. The extremely user-friendly controls, deep open-world, loads of missions, and outrageous powers combine to make this one of the best titles to hit the PS3 to date.
Andrew ReinerSep 22, 2009
Combat is equally as enjoyable. Launching lightning at attackers has a satisfying Sith-like quality to it. Other actions, like sniping and grenade tossing, are backed by solid targeting systems. Many of the battles bring massive destruction, and the swarms of enemies that ambush you or lay in wait push you to use the environment for strategic positioning. The end result is a nice balance between run-and-gun action and fleet-footed platforming.


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