History YMMV / InFamous

21st May '17 5:43:30 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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7th May '17 1:40:41 AM alexandrajade
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** This extends to a minor exploit relating to the basic Bolt power (L1 + R1) not costing electricity. You can shoot a few Bolts at any metal object and, if you're fast enough, drain the electricity out and thus get free juice. In Infamous 2, Bolt costs electricity same as all other powers, so this little trick no longer works (well, it does, but you can't get out more than you put in).
27th Apr '17 2:04:39 PM GreatDane112
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** Trish because of her misplaced hostility and undeserved blaming of Cole for the explosion. Yes [[spoiler: her sister died in the explosion]] but that's still no excuse.

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** Trish because of her misplaced hostility and undeserved blaming of Cole for the explosion. Yes [[spoiler: her sister died in the explosion]] but that's still no excuse. She's a bit more tolerable later on in the hero route if only because she complains less, but she is nigh-insufferable in the evil route.
27th Mar '17 4:16:38 PM Animeking1108
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** The Satellite Uplink missions are usually not too bad, but the third one you do in The Warren is damn-near UnwinnableByDesign because of a huge gap in between Uplinks that aren't connected.

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** The Satellite Uplink missions are usually not too bad, but the third one you do in The Warren is damn-near UnwinnableByDesign because of a huge gap in between Uplinks that aren't connected.connected.
** [[LastLousyPoint Collecting the Blast Shards]]. The player has to constantly click the thumbstick in order for one to show up on the mini-map. In ''VideoGame/Infamous2,'' this gets rectified by giving the player an upgrade that can lead them to the nearest Blast Shard, no matter how far away it is, and ''VideoGame/InfamousSecondSon'' rectified it even further by just having them show up on the map from the get-go.
30th Jan '17 9:23:20 AM Animeking1108
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*** Hell, the enemies in general are this. You could barely take a few steps without getting shot at. This annoyance makes side missions mandatory if you want to clear the area. This was thankfully fixed in the sequels where enemies didn't attack as often the player unless they were provoked.



** "Anything For Trish", essentially an escort mission where you're escorting a gigantic target that can't dodge. Unless you jump off to handle each enemy group as it appears, you can get overwhelmed very fast. Making matters worse, while ''Cole'' would do anything for Trish, the ''player'' is unlikely to feel the same at this point, especially with her constantly [[MostAnnoyingSound scolding Cole]] whenever said target is damaged.

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** "Anything For Trish", essentially an escort mission where you're escorting a gigantic target that can't dodge. Unless you jump off to handle each enemy group as it appears, you can get overwhelmed very fast. Making matters worse, while ''Cole'' would do anything for Trish, the ''player'' is unlikely to feel the same at this point, especially with her constantly [[MostAnnoyingSound scolding Cole]] whenever said target is damaged.damaged.
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** The Satellite Uplink missions are usually not too bad, but the third one you do in The Warren is damn-near UnwinnableByDesign because of a huge gap in between Uplinks that aren't connected.
9th Dec '16 7:06:14 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Is USTV acting as the Government's propaganda mouthpiece, or are they perfectly innocent reporters who are being duped just like the rest of the outside world on the condition of Empire City?

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Is USTV acting as the Government's propaganda mouthpiece, or are they perfectly innocent reporters who are being duped just like the rest of the outside world on the condition of Empire City?
31st Aug '16 1:06:02 AM AkoSiKuya23
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** "Anything For Trish", essentially an escort mission where you're escorting a gigantic target that can't dodge. Unless you jump off to handle each enemy group as it appears, you can get overwhelmed very fast. Making matters worse, while ''Cole'' would do anything for Trish, the ''player'' is unlikely to feel the same at this point, though she does get better from here. (Of course, that's only a problem in the Good Karma route -- Evil Cole deserves all Trish can dish out.)

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** "Anything For Trish", essentially an escort mission where you're escorting a gigantic target that can't dodge. Unless you jump off to handle each enemy group as it appears, you can get overwhelmed very fast. Making matters worse, while ''Cole'' would do anything for Trish, the ''player'' is unlikely to feel the same at this point, though she does get better from here. (Of course, that's only a problem in the Good Karma route -- Evil Cole deserves all Trish can dish out.)especially with her constantly [[MostAnnoyingSound scolding Cole]] whenever said target is damaged.
23rd Aug '16 5:01:24 AM longWriter
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* AnnoyingVideoGameHelper: The civilians when playing with Good Karma. They attack your enemies, sure, but they have a nasty habit of standing in your way, preventing you from fighting effectively. The Hero Grenade upgrade is pretty much useless when you cannot use it without accidentally restraining a few civilians.



* StopHelpingMe: The civilians when playing with Good Karma. They attack your enemies, sure, but they have a nasty habit of standing in your way, preventing you from fighting effectively. The Hero Grenade upgrade is pretty much useless when you cannot use it without accidentally restraining a few civilians.
27th May '16 3:50:53 AM Killerikala
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* StopHelpingMe: The civilians when playing with Good Karma. They attack your enemies, sure, but they have a nasty habit of standing in your way, preventing you from fighting effectively. The Hero Grenade upgrade is pretty much useless when you cannot use it without accidentally restraining a few civilians.
22nd May '16 10:11:15 AM ares191
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Is USTV acting as the Government's propaganda mouthpiece, or are they perfectly innocent reporters who are being duped just like the rest of the outside world on the condition of Empire City?
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