Through 90% of the newest InFamous game, controlling Delsin Rowe is just like controlling Cole MacGrath. I shoot with R1, I aim with L1 before shooting with R1 if I so choose, and the other face buttons unleash all different kinds of special attacks. That last 10%, however, throws a new mechanic at you that paints the DualShock 4 in a whole new color. We’re talking about tagging.
As it turns out, Delsin’s also a superhero when it comes to a spray paint can, and by extension so are you. Not content to just let you watch Delsin at work, Sucker Punch gives you a way to feel like you are the artist. Sure, it's gimmicky, but turning the DualShock 4 on its side, shaking it to hear that satisfying rattle, then aiming the controller at the cardboard on-screen to make your artwork come alive felt… real. Sega, take note! If you're planning a new Jet Set game, this is how you do it.