I've played lots of inFamous, the first one, lately. The controls still blow, but the overall story of the game and the action make it playable.
I'm looking forward to playing Assassin's Creed Brotherhood soon. I still get the heeby jeebies thinking about how #2 ended.
Diamond Jim? Sounds like:
A. A used car dealer.B. A pimp. C. A male stripper.D. A used car dealer who pimps on Fridays and strips on Saturdays.
InFamous is alright, I got it for free with the 2 free games they offered when the network went down last year, I got Deadnation and Infamous
I've been stuck on the last part of the last level of Deadnation on Grim for about 4 months, if I just sat down and played it over and over I'd probably beat it eventually but generally once I die a few times I give up and don't play it for a while
and on Infamous I've beaten the game once and am just trying to find the last of those blast shards, got like 10 left of the 350.
yeah I've been grinding away for a couple years on bfbc1, great game but I don't think I'll ever get the 10,002 kills for the trophy, I don't play it too much anymore, but it's still fun now and again
Did you beat infamous as the good guy or the bad guy?
Good guy, although when I did take the Raysphere my hero status went all the way down to infamous, so i'll have to start where I saved the last game and beat it as the bad guy, which will only take a half hour or so.
Even in video games I can't be an outlaw. Same with Red Dead Redemption, I was always a good guy.
I'm only the bad guy if I need to for trophies, like on Fallout when you have to beat the game with good, neutral, and bad karma
sure was fun blowing up megaton though and going around killing random people
So far, lots of searching like the first games. The new added stuff, like virtual tests for free running and fighting are kinda fun too. I've only played about 2 hours and I like it. It's basically the same game and 1 and 2.
I was tempted to buy Revelations but I figured that I should go in order.
Lots of sexual inuendo too.