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inFamous

Released on 29 May 2009

Rating: 16+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (151 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Cole, an everyday guy, sets out to deliver a package in the downtown area of Empire City. Present at the scene of a devastating explosion that rocks Empire City, he barely manages to survive the event. As riots erupt in the aftermath, the city collapses into chaos and becomes overrun by powerful criminals. The city is quarantined from the mainland, and television broadcasts link Cole to the scene of the crime. Cole is now a wanted man, but he's also wielding extraordinary powers as a result of the explosion. As an evolving mystery unfolds, Cole must learn how to grasp his newfound super powers as he searches for the real culprits behind the blast in an attempt to rescue Empire City from complete anarchy.


Be a Hero: Take on the role of Cole, an everyday guy and urban explorer, who develops a wide range of electricity-based powers. Learn how to adapt to Cole's evolving powers in an attempt to save Empire City and its people.

    Super Powers: Feel what it is like to discover, grow and use a wide range of electricity-based super powers (good or bad), and grasp the responsibility that comes from being so powerful.

      Epic Battles: Experience what it is like to be a true hero, taking responsibility for every action, as players battle against powerful iconic villains.

        Open Dynamic World: Coupling rich powers with a reactive environment and population, experience complete freedom to explore a deep, open interactive city. Players will be challenged to decide if they choose to save or destroy Empire City.

          Urban Exploration: Scale the cityscape to discover new vantage points and employ a vertical combat system. Utilise Cole's climbing skills to go where most people can not, opening up a variety of offensive and defensive combat options.

            Organic, City Ecology: Watch the citizens and city react and evolve depending on players' actions. Events will unfold based on the role players take in them, creating broader reactions in the city's people and environment.

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             Average rating (151 reviews)

             Brilliant fun!

            | | See all Nemi01's reviews (5)

            Played the demo and this game is amazing.

            Its large scale of open world and the attention to detail is impeccable.
            The graphics are superb for a game of its kind, and the best thing about this title is its funand its controls are perfect, they are fluid and seemless never once do you wish you could change them.

            The demo takes you through 3 stages 1 mission as a hero 1 balanced and 1 anti hero. I personally like the red lightning more appealing and prefere being infamous lol.

            The two choices reflect in how the world changes be INFAMOUS and the city will grow dark and pedestrians will react un kindly towards you and the clouds shall darken and you shall raise hell on empire city.

            choose to be a hero and the world will become a much better place with the people of empire city helping you and praising you.

            Along with this when you choose either 1 or the other you go down two different paths for skills and powers, be a hero and your power will be more definitive and precise so like shooting what you could say sniper... zoom in and slow down time with a bolt for a precise head shot. Be INFAMOUS and your powers will do great damage and be more catastrophic.

            The game is a true gem!

             Zap!

            | | See all bosseye's reviews (62)

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            The initial problem with Infamous is that it takes a little while before you start feeling anything like a famous superhero or an infamous super villain. When you start out, your electrical powers are all fairly muted and you'll spend a fair amount of time feeling perhaps just a little underwhelmed. You can't drive the cars or fly, so progress around the map is strictly on foot, which initially feels a little slow as you run around with everyone else zapping enemies with your distinctly underpowered electric shock power. Certainly you can climb like some kind of genius squirrel, but its all fairly low brow stuff to begin with. But gradually, as you finish missions and begin to light up other areas of the city better powers are dripfed to you, and finally you begin to feel a little bit more bad ass. By the time you reach the second island you'll be able to fly along electrical wires and glide over the trouble spots before unleashing electrical justice from the skies in a mighty ground pound. It makes for a far more impressive experience, but theres still issues.

            Depending on whether you prefer red or blue, you follow either an evil or good path through Empire City. Mixing and matching evil and good quests is generally not encouraged - some of the higher powers are only available at the highest rank of whichever path you choose, and if you dabble at each end of the moral compass you simply won't level up high enough to get them. So you'll specialise and follow one path, which makes each 'moral choice' element essentially pointless as the decision is already made in your mind how to play before you even get that far. Moral choice is purely black and white anyway, with absolutely no shades of grey to challenge your perceptions of what to do.

            Graphically, Infamous is pretty good, although there are a few rough edges here and there. Character models and cars are fairly repetitive and theres a few clipping issues. Combat is mostly entertaining. The enemies seem to have superhuman abilities to shoot you from afar, requiring a lot of clambering up to their lofty perches to take them out - whichever power you use, its all fairly entertaining stuff though. Using electrical push to fling bad guys off buildings is always good fun, as is sticking a grenade to their heads. Movement around and over the buildings is wonderfully easy, and the animation is always spot on. The city itself, whilst looking nice enough, is a tad static though. Simple things like not being able to drive, means you either walk or ride the rails limiting your involvement in the world and technical stuff like piles of debris that should react to your explosions etc are disappointingly immovable. Lack of a dynamic day/night cycle lessens the sense of a living breathing city until it all becomes a little disjointed.

            Theres a fair bit of repetition involved too. Some of the missions are quite imaginative, but others are simple fair - climb a building to remove surveillance devices, escort some prisoners - fine once or twice, but after you've essentially done the same mission in different locations a number of times the attraction wanes slightly. The character models are slightly crappy and the less said about the irritating sidekick Zeke and Cole's plastic faced missus the better. One dimensional plot points and nothing more, they inspire no emotion. Cole himself is a fairly bland everyman character.

            Essentially though it doesn't have the decent sand box element of better open world games which would allow you to play with the environment, or the emotional story to suck you in, but it keeps you going nonetheless. Fun then, but perhaps only a step on the way to a hopefully more complete sequel.

             inFinitely Good!

            | | See all Ayacoub92's reviews (12)

            Sheer brilliance, another great PS3 exclusive!
            This game is simply breathtaking, the gameplay is fresh and unique, Cole is a likeable and pleasing character, and the sandbox style is equal to that of Grand Theft Auto.
            I bought the game on the day of it's release and havent been able to put it down since, it really is that good.
            The graphics are good (although to be honest, i have seen alot better) and the atmosphere of Empire City makes for a great storyline.
            There are what seems like millions of side missions, collectables, upgrades and loads of other little nice things to keep you entertained.
            If I had to pick faults i would say that the combat can become reasonably repetitive, however, this is balanced out by the sheer scale of the game.
            Another great thing about inFamous is the relative easiness of the trophies, i am already quite close to getting the platinum, having only had it for a couple of weeks.
            Overall, inFamous is a great summer blockbuster, and i am sure most casual gamers (and nerdy ones too) will enjoy it a great deal.

             Brilliant

            | | See all LFCredz's reviews (1)

            Only played the demo but going from that this game is going to be epic. Amazing fluid gameplay,stunning graphics for an open world sandbox game. You only get a few missions on the demo but to be honest I spent most of my time blowing up cars and throwing civilians miles in the air.lol.
            Other reviews that have been made so far have also given it a great score. Great game and the best way I could explain it is GTA crossed with Assassins creed with crazy bolts of lightning. Awesome game and its release can not come soon enough...plus its a ps3 exclusive!! yay.

             A PS3 MUST BUY

            | | See all jonnyfive879's reviews (1)

            If you base your review on just playing the demo, your an idiot! The game world is similair to GTA4 with its open world style. The graphics dont immediately make you go "WOW" but after a few hours you soon realise that they are impressive for an open world environment. The ability to climb on anything is extremely fun. The combat is awesome with its variety and with explosions and electricty, the graphics are impressive. The pop up people keep mentioning is rare and when it does it doesn't affect the gameplay, so who cares. The main story missions are great fun and so are most of the side missions. The ability to play as a good or evil character totally changes the way the game plays and how it looks. There isn't else much out at the moment and this is a great ps3 exclusive for the summer. This is a great warm up for uncharted 2.

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            Rating16+ (PEGI)