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inFAMOUS 2 (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
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4.6 out of 5 stars 126 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B003NSBM6W
  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 100 g
  • Release Date: 10 Jun. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,989 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Product Description

inFamous 2 sees you return to Empire City as Cole MacGrath in a more emotional, more personal, physical and visceral sequel to inFamous. Picking up from the conclusion of infamous, Cole is virtually in control of Empire City when a new enemy - “The Beast” - arrives to disrupt the fragile peace. Down but not out, Cole heads to the new location of New Marais to retrain and regroup.

  • True superhero experience


Wielding god-like superpowers, discover what it means to be a true superhero with powerful cinematic sequences, stylised graphic cutscenes and epic boss battles which help bring Cole's story to life

  • Advanced Super Powers

Featuring a complete overhaul of the power system from inFamous, experience what it's like to be a full-blown superhero with enhanced electrical attacks, an improved melee fighting system and a host of new superpowers.

  • All-New Open Dynamic World

Explore a virtually dense and more vibrant open world, set in the southern city of New Marais, with an increased level of interactivity, featuring over 100 simultaneous characters on screen, new gangs, destructible buildings and collapsible environments.

  • Enhanced Urban Exploration

Utilizing a highly-polished mo-cap and animation system to make climbing and exploring flow more fluidly, freely navigate the city and traverse nearly any surface with new fluid and dynamic parkour moves.

Manufacturer's Description

infamous 2 is a single player, Open World game, exclusive to PlayStation 3. The second chapter in the best selling infamous franchise, this immersive adventure offers a powerful, emotional, and visceral take on being a superhero, and the choices that involves. Features include: a unique blend of electrical and melee combat abilities, epic boss battles, a new morality system allowing for two possible game endings, user generated missions and more.

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Will You Save Humanity or Destroy It All?

Cole MacGrath is back, more confident and with more focused energy burst abilities. Blamed for the destruction of Empire City, Cole must make a dramatic journey to discover his full super-powered potential - and face the final confrontation with a dark and terrifying enemy. This being, a creature of pure power and destruction is annihilating the East Coast. To stop this menace, Cole must find the key to unlocking his undiscovered powers hidden deep within New Marais. Standing in the way is a power-hungry dictator that will stop at nothing to rid him from the city. Gain enough power to defeat The Beast or witness the destruction of the world. The power is in your hands.

Cole using his climbing abilities to easily cling to the side of a clock face in inFAMOUS 2
Cole returns in infamous 2 as a more focused, more dangerous superhero in the making.
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Gameplay

Like its predecessor, infamous 2 is a single player Action-Adventure game set in an Open World game environment. Players take on the role of Cole, the returning anti-hero from the first game. Possessing electric burst abilities through his hands Cole has matured a bit as a superhero type, being more confident and focused in his abilities. He uses these abilities, as well as improved melee possibilities to battle enemies both large and small in mission-based gameplay. Along with combat, choice remains a big part of the game, with an improved morality system that allows for two separate endings to the game, depending on the choices that Cole makes.

User Generated Content

Unlike the original game in the series, infamous 2 contains significant user generated content tools that dramatically expand gameplay possibilities. Centered around a creation tool system, this allows players to create original missions and share them with other players via PlayStation Network. These function more or less as side quests once they are accepted, adding to the player's point total, but not altering the primary mission flow and morality-based aspects of the game.

Key Game Features

  • A True Superhero Experience - Discover what it means to be a true superhero with epic boss battles and powerful cinematic sequences
  • Advanced Super Powers - Experience being a full-blown superhero with enhanced electrical attacks, a visceral melee fighting system and new superpowers
  • An All-new Open Dynamic Gameworld - Explore a vibrant world in the city of New Marais with increased interactivity and destruction using dynamic parkour moves
  • New Morality System - All new morality system gives players freedom of choice and leads to 2 different endings
  • User Generated Content - Create and share original missions with a built-in tool set that function as side quests

Additional Screenshots

Cole zapping a human enemy while hanging from the side of a building in inFAMOUS 2
Unique combat platforming.
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Cole facing down a boss in inFAMOUS 2
New boss challenges.
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Cole subduing a human enemy with his electrical powers in inFAMOUS 2
An all-new morality system.
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Cole using his electrical powers to levatate in inFAMOUS 2
Upgradeable abilities.
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inFAMOUS 2 is an amazing game, amazing enough in fact to push me to make my first ever review.

If you like sandbox games, comics or anything vaguely to do with super powers you'll enjoy this game.

Some people are annoyed at the new Cole voice actor, personally I prefer it, makes him less like the Christian Bale Batman and more a believable human being.

A slight criticism with the original inFAMOUS was that mixing up the powers didn't seem to happen much, I'd just spam the normal bolt, inFAMOUS 2 shakes the gameplay up a lot meaning things don't get stale.

The whole morality thing is much better integrated in this game too, choices are generally a bit more subtle and realistic rather than pantomime good vs evil.

So in short - awesome game, stop reading now and buy it, gogogo!
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Infamous 1 was the first game I got with my ps3. I loved it and beat it several times, finding all the dead drops and completing all the side missions.

When I heard there was a sequel in the making, I was immediately excited. It was hyped up and up, and then eventually it came out. I got it straight away and beat it in a week. Was the hype justified?

Yes. Yes it definitely was.

There are several improvements that stand it head and shoulders above its predecessor. The first thing you will notice when you boot up the game is the graphics. The developers stated they wished to try and emulate the likes of uncharted in terms of visuals and it clearly stands out. Everything, from Cole's scarred and troubled face to Zeke's overwhelming beer belly have been perfectly represented in a way that was just not present in the original.

The next point is powers. You start the game with the core powers of infamous 1 and build them up from there. But the way in which you build up your powers is extremely innovative and works well. For instance, to get a certain grenade or bolt power you may have to perform certain stunts such as blast five people off a roof at once, kill three people while hanging from a building etc. This makes you want to try out these stunts, which increases experimentation and encourages you to use your environment to your advantage. Also, the powers are much better this time around in that a) there are many more powers, b) these powers branch a lot more which c) depends on whether you are playing through it good/evil (and d) encourages a second play-through playing with the opposite karma)and e) these branches create new unique powers that have their own pros/cons and force you to use each power depending on the situation.
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inFinitely better than it's predecessor, but is that enough to make it a great game, or does it fall short on expectations?

Sucker Punch builds on a hugely popular franchise in some ways, but goes in a completely different direction in others. It takes pieces from the first game, some which make the game better, but it also leaves behind some key aspects which made inFamous the great game that it was. So all things considered, do the changes, or lack of them make this a successful sequel? I think so.

The game opens with main protagonist, or antagonist depending on how you play the game, Cole McGrath bidding farewell to Empire City, the location of the first game. He is travelling to New Marais with his best friend Zeke and NSA Operative Lucy Kuo, in an attempt to acquire new powers, to take down The Beast. Just before they depart, The Beast reveals himself, giving us our first look at it, attacking Empire City. Feeling he owes something to the city, Cole returns to face the mysterious creature, and after an eagerly awaited battle between the two, Cole's powers are drained.

He gave it his all, blowing half of The Beast's face off, but it wasn't enough, as The Beast regenerated, and is now heading towards Cole, towards Empire City. Knowing The Beast has bet him once, Cole is determined to get stronger, but will he be able to wield enough power to destroy the colossal being? You'll have to find out for yourself, but don't worry, all this action takes place in the first 10 minutes of the game, so I haven't spoiled anything. Pretty good opener eh?

From there Cole travels around New Marais, collecting Blast Cores to give him new powers, thus making him stronger.
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Firstly, I'll split this review up into three sections; gameplay, a short story and ambience section and pros/cons. Also, this is a spoiler free review.

GAMEPLAY
Very much like the first game; heavy on the shooting lightning, with decent platforming bits. As before, a good/ evil Cole gain different powers, lending to a different style of play. Tweaks have been added, such as your standard bolts now are now 'homing' to a certain extent, making the game slightly easier. However, the new power such as that of ice and fire really spice the combat up. The new 'amp' melee weapon is cool at first, but soon you realise you are just using a club.
As before, there are side missions; neutral ones, but also Good/Evil side missions. There is more variety to the side missions (thank goodness!), and on top there are random Good/ evil events, such as randomly 'silencing' a street performer. Also, the bosses are better than those of the original, and the scale of the world is much better. Finally, you carry on with your karma from the previous game, and your actions from Empire city are noted throughout. NB The user generated content shows promise, but at the moment very few good levels have been published, but this adds longegivity to the game, like LittleBigPlanet 2's online levels.

STORY/AMBIENCE
The story is as good as the original, starting off with rather annoying destruction of a certain city, but it's replacement, New Marais, is bliss to the eyes and ears. Good and evil are personified by two sidekicks, and you often have to help one or the other. The environments are very varied, lending to sustained interest. Furthermore, the graphics are a vast improvement over the original, if shy of amazing. Does anyone remember Cole sqeaking as he moved in the first?
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