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What Are You Playing? March 22nd, 2014

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I'll be playing more Infamous: Second Son this weekend before I put the title away for good. It's not the kind of game I'll replay a lot in the future, what with the relatively black-and-white story. I could go through the campaign again to see how Delsin Rowe corrupts the other super-powered characters, but I enjoyed my guardian angel playthrough well enough.

How would being evil change anything anyway? It's not like Delsin doesn't save Seattle or join forces with the final boss. Still, I might keep Second Son in my collection next to Spider-Man 2 as a wonderful dream. Who needs public transportation when you can neon-dash up walls or clear gaps in a puff of fiery ash?

I might also pull my Nintendo 64 out of the closet to play some Super Mario 64. Thanks, used44! Everyone be sure to listen to our GDC GR Radio podcast to find out why.

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