Infamous: Festival of Blood Review

One of the PS3’s best franchises gets an infusion of fresh blood with the Infamous: Festival of Blood DLC. The standalone add-on changes things up considerably for Cole McGrath, turning the lightning-throwing hero into a bloodsucking vampire.

Infamous’ humorous slant has returned, and the tongue-in-cheek story is entertaining but poorly fleshed out. The story is a fictional one as it’s narrated by Zeke. There is also a Twilight joke pulled by him. He creates this story about Cole forced to revive Bloody Mary. She wakes up and bite Cole, turning him into a vampire. Now he must fight vampires all night and find a weapon that could kill Bloody Mary before sunlight. If he doesn’t kill her before sunlight, he will become her slave…forever.

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Canabalt Review

Run for your life…”  says it all. The premise is simple. You play as a guy who is running across roof tops attempting to escape from some kind of alien invasion that is constantly taking place in the background scenery. If he even tumbles into a crate or chair, he loses a little speed but keeps going. That speed loss, though, can prove catastrophic when he reaches a gap that is suddenly too wide to cross without adequate velocity.

I played the game in the PS3 and I loved it every moment of it. One button input doesn’t mean the game is easy. Instead it can get very serious extremely fast. There is a lot of things happening in the background. The city scape is on fire, there is a machine that looks like a AT-AT from Star Wars. Also from time to time something like a satellite dish falls from the sky and if it touches you, your screen goes white until you fall to your death.

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