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inFAMOUS 2 review roundup: Amazing yet frustrating

Now that inFAMOUS has been available for the US market, we thought that it was now time that we offered you an inFAMOUS 2 review roundup. On the whole the game has been said to be amazing, although it is not perfect and can be frustrating at times. The game was released 2 years after the original, so one would expect Sucker Punch Productions to come up with something special, and for the most part they do not disappoint.

One of the first reviews to appear on the Internet was from IGN back at the end of May. We reported that the website gave the game a 9 out of 10, which we have to say was very impressive. They said that if you are looking for a rock-solid FPS, then inFAMOUS 2 is it, and is a must for anyone who has a PS3.

ABC News has also spent some quality time with the sequel, and you can tell by the start of the review that we are in for a thrilling ride with this game, saying “This time everything is bigger, badder and brasher.” They pick up on some of Cole’s abilities (which you can read more about here) as well as the “Lack of an impactful score akin to the “Uncharted” games.”

The Edge Magazine seems happy with picking out all that is similar with inFAMOUS 2 compared to other games. This review seems to have a pattern, as it also suggests that the game has two halves and one of them is horrible. This seems to be the most negative review of inFAMOUS 2 that we have seen, we just wonder if you have mixed reviews like this roundup?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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