The good DUP guy said when Augustine found out his power limit, she got pissed at tried hard at absorbing a relay but came out even more pissed than before.
Cole wakes up from his coma:
Cole: "Geez, I was just unconscious, not dead! Zeke, get me out of this coffin, please!!"
I doubt it very much since he was the protagonist in Second Son. He is immature though, he could have that sudden lust for power and turn evil... but again, VERY unlikely.
I don't think they could logically continue Delsin's story. He'd be too overpowered unless they have some contrived reason why he doesn't have his powers again.
Quote: If he copies the genetic structure of the Conduit Gene within another Conduit, won't this affect his DNA by mutating him? The more he absorbs the powers of another Conduit his Genome Analysis would eventually become more and more unstable, and constantly viewing the memories of other Conduits would eventually drive him insane. So he would become very unstable both on a genetic basis as well as his mental state of being. So, eventually he would become somewhat in between David Warner and the Beast, right after his rebirth.
Spoilers: In the infamous ending, he shook hands with everyone in Curden Cay, since you can make Delsin evil from the very start, this would mean he didn't get insane nor did he get too mutated and besides, I think 4 CGs would already be a bit too much CGs, I mean think about it: Delsin gains these branches of powers, he has the option to make it grow, this would technically mean he's mutating even more.
Delsin's got great powers, but I feel he's irresponsible and wouldn't use them properly, and thus, would make a bad villain. How about the next inFAMOUS game creates a new protagonist with a new setting, and new characters (start afresh?) inFAMOUS: Second Son may have done that but something about it was wrong; however, a new game is always a new start.
Okay. Gonna run this down.
1.)Anon 94.14. No swearing.
2.)Yes Cole must come back
3.) The sequel will definately not be called Second Son 2. That's idiotic.
4.)Why would Celia be the antagonist? She controls paper. That's not threatening.
5.)Chris, what went wrong with SS is that it had to be entirely re-written when Eric Ladin backed out to do American Sniper, leaving us with a bland protagonist of Delsin Rowe, an underdeveloped villain with poor motivation, a beautiful, if small map, and really, really bad writing.
probably not - as long as it doesn't take the side where Delsin made evil choices