He may not be the most popular video game mascot, but his fans love Sly Cooper with the force of a thousand lesser fans, more than enough to warrant a $210 12-inch statue with a gleaming bronze finish.
Flames coursing around my arms, I look at the Seattle police officer standing before me. He puts his gun on the sidewalk and raises both hands in the air, shaking his head. I can accept his surrender or not.
Seattle is a great city for foodies, even if those foodies are super-powered fugitives from corrupt justice. The fake food-obsessed Paul Yan of Enjoy the Bits captured scenes of Infamous: Second Son at its tastiest.
Infamous: Second Son is the Derek Zoolander of next-gen games: It is really, really, ridiculously good-looking. To put it in technical terms, there are a hell of a lot of graphics in this game.
The creators of the new Infamous game didn't hesitate to put their other big series, Sly Cooper, and its characters into the game as tiny easter eggs—among other funny things you might miss. They're all around the city as graffiti.
I thought I Finished Infamous: Second Son. Turns out there's plenty left.
Cute, Infamous. Very cute.
I was worried about Second Son.
Live-action Infamous: Second Son looks incredibly expensive. Gearing up for the big PlayStation 4 release on March 21, Sony rolls out a short live-action TV spot demonstrating how costly having super powers in real life would be to the American taxpayer.
inFamous: Second Son on the Playstation 4 is not quite the same animal as what we're used to on the PS3. Cole's glower has been swapped out for Delsin's laid-back wisecracks. Second Son's Seattle is more high-definition-er than was possible on the PS3, and appealing neon lights fly around the screen instead of the…
Infamous: Second Son has a new trailer. It's a look at how Seattle was developed and rendered in the PS4 game, due for release on March 21.
“Meet my friend,” [newscaster points at Kratos’ thigh] “‘God of War!’” Wait, don’t close the player! If you gird your loins, you’ll see gameplay footage of Infamous: Second Son. And, thank God, the game looks great.
When Brad Meyer wants to create fire, he doesn't just light a match. He rubs two pieces of charcoal together, then burns some charcoal, then pours water on burning charcoal, then rubs more charcoal together, then drops charcoal on a steel chimney, then crushes up charcoal with a mortar and pestle, and then, just for…
Spoilers follow for the ending of Infamous 2.
This Infamous: Second Son video shows off how motion capture is evolving for the PS4. That is a whole lot more dots than we used to see, no?
One of the things that's always a challenge in superhero games is giving the character new powers as they go. Infamous 2 got to bypass Cole McGrath's origin story, and as a result introduced new powers while presenting a faster-moving, more enjoyable story than the first game.
Once a game comes out, some game developers may go to tropical locations or re-acquaint themselves with families who they barely get to see during crunch time. Sucker Punch did something a little different during their summer vacation: They turned Cole McGrath-the electrically-powered hero of the development studio's…
In a cutscene for the upcoming downloadable standalone Cole MacGrath adventure, inFamous 2: Festival of Blood, we learn why bloodsuckers from fake New Orleans would go to all the trouble of kidnapping a guy with superpowers.