Sucker Punch made a very interesting, very good choice in choosing to set their follow up to inFamous in a fictional recreation of post-disaster New Orleans. The first game had a lot going for it—I've always thought it was underrated—but, its setting was not one of them. Our own Evan Narcisse has described inFamous as the "first post-Katrina video game," and I think he's right—so it made sense that Sucker Punch would take the logical leap and set the sequel down in their version of The Big Easy, a town called New Marais.
But if you're gonna do New Orleans, you gotta do New Orleans music. It's a whole other can of worms than the sort of jazz we heard in L.A. Noire, and a simple soundtrack of N'awlins R&B wouldn't cut it for an epic, cinematic superhero game.