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I actually played three games in a row against a guy that did almost exactly that, except on free for all, which is even more insane IMO. I swear, I don't think he fired a single shot, just ran around, quietly knifing people, until he nuked the board. I'm positive he was using Ninja Pro, and I'm pretty sure he had Cold Blooded Pro on as well.
1. I didnt really like the main character, Cole, all that much. And his voice is ridiculous, considering he was just a run of the mill, bike courier. The guy has this gravelly ass voice that just doesnt fit at all.
2. ZEKE. Fat Elvis looking dude is annoying as hell. Another thing that doesnt fit. Why would Cole hang out with this loser?
3. The story was presented beautifully with the graphic novel type set up but, the story itself got a little messy here and there. I wasnt buying that, that chick was Cole's girlfriend either. The story was a bit choppy, it felt like they left some stuff out. At one point for me, Zeke is kidnapped and they never explained why or when this happened. Not the greatest character or story development.
4. Running, running, and more running. I mean sure you could take the electrical lines or ride the rails but, when on foot it took forever. No vehicles or anything to get around. Also when the game starts, Zeke runs for about 5 miles and his fat ass doesnt skip a beat and he's faster than you. So lame. You also cant even walk. Normally you can at least walk to get around or I dont know, pretend to be normal but, you literally cant walk at all. Try to walk, you cant.
I cant think of anything else too glaring right now. The game was pretty bad ass. Not as jumbled or as difficult as Prototype either. Prototype did some things right but, inFAMOUS was a much cleaner version of nearly the exact concept.