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The world of Infamous is all about character. The settings, from urban-gothic Empire City to moss-drenched, sweltering New Marais, ooze character. The protagonists, particularly Nascar-ready Cole McGrath and his bro-friend Zeke, are studies in character, seemingly ripped from a television show you've known and loved for years. And then there's you, the player. Do y...

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Infamous gets a series sale on PSN Europe ahead of Second Son

Infamous: Second Son is one of the first major PS4 exclusives to come to the console since it launched some three months ago, so it's kind of a big deal for Sony. That's why its Euro branch is chucking an Infamous sale at PSN users ahead of the game's launch next month. If you're totally new to ...

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PSN's best selling games of 2011 list dominated by games not from 2011

We're practically knee deep in 2012 at this point, and yet 2011 still refuses to give up the limelight, dropping financial data and sales reports on its way out the door in a desperate final attempt at relevance. So here we are, with a list of 2011's top sellers on the PlayStation Network ... and w...

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PSA: inFamous 2 and Festival of Blood now support PlayStation Move

As promised earlier this year, PlayStation Move support is now functional in inFamous 2 and the franchise's latest iteration, inFamous 2: Festival of Blood. Even more thrilling? You can add Move functionality right into your user-created content, care of the game's level editor. Move support co...

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Infamous 2: Festival of Blood review: Vamps and amps

The world of Infamous is all about character. The settings, from urban-gothic Empire City to moss-drenched, sweltering New Marais, ooze character. The protagonists, particularly Nascar-ready Cole McGrath and his bro-friend Zeke, are studies in character, seemingly ripped from a television show yo...

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Infamous: Festival of Blood launch trailer now in circulation

Infamous: Festival of Blood is now available on PSN as a standalone download. If the launch trailer is any indication, it really has been a rough year for the Coles of the video game world....

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Infamous 2: Festival of Blood, PixelJunk Sidescroller, Resistance 3 demo and more in this week's PSN update

It's a big week for PSN users, as two highly-anticipated downloadable games emerged on Sony's service today. Astute headline readers already know what we're talking about: Infamous 2: Festival of Blood and PixelJunk Sidescroller. In addition to the downloadable titles, there's a single-player ...

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Infamous 2 and Festival of Blood getting Move support

Sony announced its holiday lineup of PlayStation Move games, anchored by ... two games that are already out! In addition to the Move Pack add-on for LittleBigPlanet 2, Sony revealed that Move support will be added to both Infamous 2 and Infamous 2: Festival of Blood. The $14.99 Festival of Blood ...

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See Infamous 2: Festival of Blood's resurrection

Sucker Punch and Sony are teasing Infamous 2: Festival of Blood with a brief cutscene. It shows a shriveled corpse drinking superhero Cole McGrath's blood, in order to resurrect as some kind of super-vampire. If that's the kind of imagery that interests you, we suspect you'll find a lot more of...

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Infamous 2: Festival of Blood gets Truly Bloody this October [update: trailer!]

Electro-monster Cole from Infamous 2 is now an electro-vampire in Infamous 2: Festival of Blood, available on PSN this October. In this downloadable game, New Marais is infested by vampires. Cole is bitten, and must find the head vampire before the night ends, to reverse his condition. Does elect...

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