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Infamous First Light Review: Good Things Happen When DLC Doesn’t Feel Like DLC

by Wochit 0:39 mins

Infamous First Light Review: Good Things Happen When DLC Doesn’t Feel Like DLC

by Wochit 0:39 mins

Sucker Punch’s PlayStation-exclusive Infamous is an attention grabbing gaming franchise. The tale of ordinary humans getting and coming to grips with super powers in an open-world environment is always captivating, and that’s true even with the new Infamous: First Light expansion DLC for PlayStation 4, which takes the setting and mechanics of Infamous: Second Son but creates a new adventure, with a different protagonist, new powers and standalone gameplay that doesn’t even require the user to own the original title.

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