Sony has tipped its hand a tad, revealing some of the games PlayStation 4 owners can expect out of PlayStation Plus in the months ahead.
In December, subscribers can get their fists on superhero fighter Injustice: Gods A...
Now through September 5 at 12:00pm Pacific, you can download inFamous: Second Son on PlayStation Network for $39.59. Not the steepest price cut, especially for a "flash sale," but 20 bucks is 20 bucks. Worth considering if you aren't opposed to owning games digitally.
Easily one of the best titles on PS4. And it's got a photo mode, too.
inFAMOUS Second Son Flash Sale Starts Now [PlayStation Blog]
It's five months later, and inFamous: Second Son is still one of my favorite games of the year. As a massive improvement in just about every facet of the franchise, I enjoyed seeing how Delsin's story played out, and as I slowly made my way towards a 100% completion rate, I wanted more.
Well, we're getting just that with inFamous: First Light, a standalone DLC story not unlike Festival of Blood, starring Fetch -- the neon heroine from the original.
Jack of all trades, master of none. Sure Delson from Infamous: Second Son has the ability to suck up other people's powers for his own, which is pretty cool in its own right. But those that just have one specific power to manage have way more control over their gifts.
Case in point, Fetch is just a badass. I loved speeding through the city non-stop. That's right, you're not metered down here -- you have unlimited use of your dash ability. Here other power sets are pretty cool too, but largely resemble Delsin's. Projectiles, hover jump, super attacks -- it's all there, but you know, all neon-y.
The core of the story follows Fetch when she gets by the anti-Conduit department, and goes up until the point Delsin and Fetch meet. So you're getting about five hours worth of content with this First Light standalone DLC. You'll only be exploring the first whole island of Infamous' Seattle.
On top of the story is a wave-based horde mode where you can compete for the highest score on leaderboards. And if you own Second Son you can use Delsin in this horde mode.
If you liked Second Son and don't think $14.99 is a whole lot, than you won't go wrong with First Light.
Infamous: Second Son's standalone "First Light" DLC is so standalone that it's getting a disc-based release in Europe, PlayStation's Twitter announced.
You'll have to wait a bit. First Light will be available ...
Infamous: Second Son's "First Light" DLC is up on the PlayStation Store for pre-order with a listed release date of August 26, which seems like it could very well be the actual release date, barring an announcement othe...
At Sony's PlayStation press conference, we found out that one of the PS4's biggest exclusives is getting some downloadable content. Sucker Punch is working on DLC for inFamous: Second Son.
The interesting thing about this add-on, which is called inFamous: First Light, is that it's also a standalone piece for anyone that doesn't own the full game. However, those that already have Second Son get some additional perks/content that weren't elaborated upon.
We don't know anything else yet, such as what sort of narrative this follows. Luckily, we won't have to wait too long to find out. First Light sees the light of day sometime in August.
Infamous: Second Son is ending its Paper Trail DLC run this week, and before people finish the final chapter and get disappointed, developer Sucker Punch has confirmed that there is no new "Paper Power" that's ...
inFamous: Second Son saw an almost benign update with Photo Mode last week (hashtag many filters). With it, you're photografree to turn off the HUD, adjust depth of field, change time of day, and, well, take pictures. Pictures of stunning digital vistas and creepy monster teens. It's like you're a member of the Ansel Adams Family.
It's in some ways an extension of inFamous 2's user-generated missions, which stemmed from Sony going hard on the "Play, Create, Share" campaign after the success of games like LittleBigPlanet. It's also a natural extension of a thing a lot of games already had -- level editors -- now even more useful with the ability to share levels with everyone.
And it's a great idea, equal parts a smart business decision and a fun, artistic tool for letting you make screenshots that second stun.
PS4 sales topped 7 million as of Sony's last count, while Microsoft says upwards of 5 million Xbox One consoles have been shipped to retailers since launch. The former system was the best-seller for March (that's three months...
Tomorrow's update for inFamous: Second Son will give players the option to turn off the game's heads-up display, cap the frame rate at 30 frames per second, and, after clearing the story, change the in-game time of day. But ...
I guess all that spray paint is appropriate for the game's "damn teens!" aesthetic, isn't that right smarmy main character with a jean vest, a beanie, tattoos, hoodie, and flannel? This is the "millennial" that Fox anchors check under the bed for every night.
As detailed on the PlayStation Blog, Sucker Punch Productions has spoken about a few new features it will be adding to inFamous: Second Soon in the coming weeks based on fan feedback.
It seems many of you requested the abilit...
As Chris mentioned in his review of inFamous: Second Son, Sucker Punch is expanding the core game with the Cole's Legacy and Paper Trail story arcs. The first of this content will be playable tomorrow as part of a day-one patch alongside difficulty balancing and technical improvements.
Paper Trail is a free set of 19 missions which are said to extend the game by approximately five hours and tell the "full story behind the [Department of Unified Protection's] occupation of Seattle" both in-game and online. This content was co-developed by alternate-reality game maker 42 Entertainment and also includes "web-based investigations."
As for Cole's Legacy, that's also free -- if you have a Limited Edition copy of Second Son. Sucker Punch says this is spread across four story missions, providing another hour of gameplay.
As much as it can be a pain to have day-one updates prevent you from immediately diving into a game you just cracked open, this will be a welcome sight.
So I was strolling through [virtual] Seattle the other day in inFamous: Second Son, and found a conspicuous looking piece of street art. Yep, it's none other than Sly Cooper's face, painted on a random alley wall.
Of course, ...
I can't quite put my finger on what I disliked most -- perhaps it was the droll art style, the cookie-cutter city sandbox, or the sentient wooden plank that Sucker Punch named "Cole Macgrath." Thankfully, the New Orleans-like setting of the sequel spiced things up a bit, and the decision to go with an even sillier vampiric setup made Festival of Blood more enjoyable.
inFamous: Second Son takes everything that the series has done right, puts it in a blender, and delivers what is easily the strongest entry yet.