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inFAMOUS: First Light (PS4)

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Platform : PlayStation 4
76 customer reviews

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  • Return to Seattle as Abigail "Fetch" Walker in this prequel to inFAMOUS: Second Son
  • Take on the Department of Unified Protection as the feisty, neon-powered conduit
  • Unravel Fetch's dark past and see her develop powers and become a trained killer
  • Fight to escape the notoriously harsh maximum security facility and seek revenge
  • Set your top scores with Fetch's neon powers in the Conduit Training Room
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  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
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  • ASIN: B00KJFDN14
  • Release Date: 12 Sept. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 849 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Max VINE VOICE on 10 Oct. 2014
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The funny thing about First Light is that it's actually a far better story than in the main Infamous Second Son game. First Light gives us background on the deeper story of Abigail 'Fetch' Walker. It follows her capture by the D.U.P, how they trained her, and in her interrogation we get to play her back story. I really enjoyed it and kind of wished Sucker Punch made her the lead in Second Son... oh well.

One part I really loved, gameplay-wise, about First Light was that you are restricted to just using Fetch's neon power. Delsin's jack-of-all-trades powers are great but mainly I found myself sticking to neon power when I had the choice in Second Son. Powering your way through the city at full speed is a lot of fun in First Light. Also Fetch's upgradable time-slow ability allows you to snipe targets without getting absolutely slaughtered and having to retreat too quickly. There's a lengthy upgrade tree to work on that expands on completion.

What's nice about this DLC is that it gives you the whole of Seattle to cruise around, saving hostages, taking out D.U.P agents and street gangs, that's along with the main story. Not only this but you can return to the D.U.P detention arena to compete in survival modes. There's plenty of bang for your buck here.

The graphics, once again, are some of the best of the PS4. The main campaign last about 4-5 hours, but add into that side missions and the Arena. I was very impressed with First Light, if you've played and enjoyed Second Son or if your planning on buying it please add this to your basket, it's worth it. 8.5/10
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By tallpete33 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 2 Mar. 2015
I had only played the first Infamous which I was quite disappointed in and didn't bother finishing but when this came up on PS+ it would have seemed churlish not to take another look at the franchise. As mentioned elsewhere it's a fairly small game, but short and sweet. Graphically, the city of Seattle looks very good in this new-gen guise and the intuitive and uber-tight controls enable some extremely fast and furious free running, jumping and fighting that showcase the PS4's hardware brilliantly. The story is reasonable too with a decent ending that takes you out of the city for once into a snowy finale reminiscent of the Ellie scenes in The Last of Us. There's plenty to do in terms of challenges in the city or the (highly addictive) arenas and ability upgrades (melee kills, stasis, homing missiles etc) come thick and fast if you take these up. Controller sound is used well for your phone ringing and neon gathering too.

If I was to criticise, I would say it is a little easy - particularly getting about the city. Hold circle and point and your girl will climb up and down anything at breakneck speed to get from A to B as the crow flies so you don't really need to think about your climbing or jumping. Leaping off a tall building and hover landing never gets old though ditto kicking a cop while he's down (I don't mean in real life obvs, that just would be wrong...) and the arena battles provide a stiffer challenge for platinum hunters. All in all, a very good game for a budget price.
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inFAMOUS; First Light is what you could deem, in a way, a prequel to "inFAMOUS: Second Son". This is a stand-alone short game that happens seven years before Second Son.

The story focuses teenager Abigail "Fetch" Walker, a conduit who lives in Seattle with her brother Brett. While trying to steal a large sum of cash so they can start a new life together (after having both been hooked on drugs, kicking them and wanting to escape Seattle), Brett is kidnapped and Fetch finds herself with her arm twisted behind her back to help one of Brett's associates before he will offer help to find him.

Being a conduit (for those who haven't played any games in the series, a conduit is a human with superhuman abilities), Fetch is able to absorb "Neon" from various light sources in order to fuel her powers of running at intense near supersonic speeds and being able to shoot laser beams from her fingertips. When Fetch has a mission, she is nigh on unstoppable.

Don't look at this to be quite as "large" as the other games in the inFAMOUS franchise, this is basically a "mini game", basically a quarter of the length of the usual fare. That being said, there's still a lot to do, there's missions and enemies to kill, plenty of trophies to collect as well as some challenges. Unlike the usual "inFAMOUS" titles, there's no emphasis on moral choices when it comes to the storyline. You won't be given karmic choices and be only allowed to pick from a certain list of powers depending on your alignment like in previous titles.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By james p on 31 Mar. 2015
I loved infamous second son, the fluidity of travelling across the city and switching between your powers at the touch of a button was great. My faveourite power (as well as everyone elses by the sound of it) was the neon power. So when i heard about this dlc i was excited to play it, considering it stars fetch whos primary power is neon. I was really pleseantly surprised to find that this is not your ordinary dlc. Best way i can describe it is, too big to be a dlc, but too small to be a full game. Its essentially a prequel to second son set two years prior, and it follows the character fetch that teams up with delsin. Dont be mistaken, the storys short but its definitly worth checking out, and for trophy whores like me, its got its own trophy list and a pretty easy platinum too. Highly recomended
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