InFamous 2 review

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  • Zeipher - June 19, 2011 7:40 p.m.

    @DOCCON Play at a harder difficulty, you loser.
  • Cloud1Fair3 - June 20, 2011 1:35 a.m.

    @DOCCON I agree with Zeipher, clearly you didn't let the game challenge you. If it's still not challenging enough (which if you do Chaos mode, I dobut) try a NUR. I still haven't beaten my NUR on God of War 2 (titan difficulty of course). And before you ask, NUR means no upgrade run, don't spend a single red orb, talk about insane, it's you, weakened ass moves and very few options, and your raw skills against the toughest difficulty. Hardcore on Deadspace 2's got nothing (which I will attempt because I'm a videogame masochist). @Mikel. I'm unfortunately gonna have to call a bias as well. First you give InFamous a 7, which I would disagree and give it a 9 despite it's flaws, it was the 2009 version of Spiderman 2 with a morality meter and clever and innovative story, aka massive fun. Now, you say it's redeemed itself and become the game it was supposed too. Even back in 2009 if that was true of InFamous, would it get a 10? Fastforward to the future 2011 and I say I still think the InFamous series is the 3rd best new-gen series I've played, better than even Sly Cooper (or not, don't make me choose), although to be fair, I don't own a 360 so I can't count 360 exclusives. This game at the very least deserves a 9, and maybe I'm just getting a personal and subjective kick out of it based of nothing, which is why I don't review games for a living probably, but I would even give it a 10 (gasps). But I guess you'd have to let the gaming community decide overall what it deserves. IGN, another gaming site that doles out hypercritical reviews gave it a 9, so what does that say? I also think they did a better review. Sorry.
  • HaVoK308 - June 20, 2011 3:33 a.m.

    You'll hate? You mean You hate. I have no issues with the upgrade system or the end game. No fast travel? The game is built so it is not needed and with the use of your powers it is easy to get from point A to B. You should change your reviews to: I love and I hate.
  • D0CCON - June 20, 2011 7:19 a.m.

    @Cloud1Fair3/Zeipher It's not just God of War. I've never liked the type of game that God of War is (ditto with the likes of Devil May Cry or Bayonetta, but at least Bayonetta is bat shit uber insane, which makes it slightly more appealing). I don't want to solve simple puzzles and beat the shit out of another room of bad guys with the same combos over and over. Adding extra difficulty does not change what the game is. I find the game's fundamentals boring. And before you say that that's how must games are (all you do in an FPS is shoot people after all), the way it's handled just doesn't appeal to me. I can't say what the exact thing that annoys me is, maybe it's that most fights in GOW styled games happen in empty rooms where there's a bunch of enemies and the door to the next room full of enemies won't unlock until you beat up all of these enemies. Maybe it's how most games in the genre have a handful of very useful moves that you spam over and over (even without upgrades, there are superior weak moves when compared to other weak moves). Maybe it's because I don't give a shit about what number my combo is at. Maybe I just like less linear games with more freedom (I'm guessing that's it considering how much I love Bethesda and Rockstar games). This may be tldr, but I felt like writing it and I'm glad I could semi-rant (semi because I'm not trying to tear the game a new asshole, but because I just want to share my flaws with a game without trying to offend anyone).
  • PopularBluesMagicianSandyCabbage - June 20, 2011 4:17 p.m.

    @GamesRadarMikelReparaz: oh shit i got owned by Mikel AND got a reverse Wikiparaz noise. life is complete. sounds kinda like this DOOOOOOOOm bloop bloop blip
  • TheHowetzer - June 20, 2011 7 p.m.

    Common guys, you still dont come here for game reviews do you? This is not the place for those, the reveiws here make no sence at all, but they have some good features and coverage, dont take it too serious, I used to, but I got over it. Mikel certainly helped me get over that hump with his costantly crazy review scores/articles. Not that he is the only one, but he sure did his share.
  • ashton - June 22, 2011 1:59 p.m.

    I bought the first InFamous as a greatest hit and I loved it had the same complaints as others did (sticky controls)... but still a pretty good game!! And Mikel is only doing his job great review along with a great score and 8 not bad but not great. I love the InFamous games there not great but really far from bad!! @Larinah as long as I’ve been playing the first game never was I at the begging of the game ( nor middle to end) I able to pick up a car, box, collapses building debris and chunk at who or what so ever I pleased!! Yea go back in research that for me (sarcasm)!!
  • GamesRadarMikelReparaz - June 22, 2011 11:45 a.m.

    @Guardian88: Yep, I addressed that a few comments before the one you posted. Hopefully you saw that. Also, I'm a lair? Neat! I hope that means I'm full of gold hoarded by dragons. But in case you weren't aware, "fast-travel," in the context of sandbox games, generally means the ability to warp from one point to another (i.e. GTA IV's trip-skip cabs or Red Dead's campsites). @HaVoK308: No, I mean I achieved a psychic link with your mind and produced a review that exactly reflected your own personal tastes. Obviously you just don't realize what it is you do and don't like. /sarcasm (Also, while you may feel that traveling rapidly from one end of the city to the other is exactly the same as warping there in seconds, I respectfully disagree.)
  • cableguy3000 - June 26, 2011 9:31 p.m.

    Im sorry but an 8,thats lame.This game deserves at least a 9.Its so cool.Well thats my opinion anyway.
  • big000 - August 8, 2011 2:34 a.m.

    Good game, only thing that pisses me off are blocky shapes when explosions occur

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Release date: Jun 07 2011 - PS3 (US)
Jun 10 2011 - PS3 (UK)
Available Platforms: PS3
Published by: SCEA
Developed by: Sucker Punch
ESRB Rating:
Teen: Blood, Drug Reference, Language, Sexual Themes, Use of Alcohol, Violence
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