Warren Side Quest Twenty Ulterior Motives

This interesting side quest will present you with a karmic moment when all is said and done, and you'll need to carefully examine how it is you're going to go about things. However, for the most part, this side quest remains the same whether you're playing as a good character or a bad character, so you have little to worry about for a little while. The origins of the side quest can be found at the point designated on your map, where a hapless Empire City citizen needs your protection when he...

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You'll be forced to tackle the substations in order, so that only one appears on your map at any given time. However, each is identical in nature. The substation is a box built alongside streets, in back alleys, et cetera. After charging up the box's control unit with some basic electrical attacks, Cole should stand atop the box as it charges up. The fact that the box is instantly electrified means that it's nearly impossible to lose any power at all, nonetheless end up with a completely empty...

Warren Side Quest Ten Counter Surveillance II

When you speak to the woman at the location given on the map, she'll tell you that the Dustmen have placed surveillance devices all over her nearby apartment building. She (rather rudely) demands Cole to go take care of it before running off to wherever it is she needs to go. Run towards the building shown on your map. It should be surrounded, on your HUD, by a circle. This circle represents the space in which the fourteen surveillance devices are located. If you've done these quests before,...

Empire City

Empire City is a big location, clearly modeled after some of the bigger cities in the United States, such as New York or Chicago (though, most notably, New York). Unlike New York City, however, Empire City is made up of three distinct boroughs instead of five, and the game's main events surround the unlocking of each borough, one after the other. As you move through the events each of the three boroughs has to offer, you'll slowly unlock the electrical grid for the borough, restoring power to...

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This location, at the northeastern edge of the borough of Neon, will house the first of fifteen good-slanted side quests we'll bring you across. When you arrive at this location, you'll be contacted by the local police chief, a man named Warden Harms. He'll tell you that he's got his hands full with the rampant crime now present in Empire City, and says that he'll be asking for your help every so often. This first task he has for you is a simple one. There are four Reapers being held by cops in...

Neon Side Quest Ten Dark Water II

Welcome to another adventure involving the infamous Dark Water. As is always the case with side quests of this nature, you'll need to visit a nearby apartment building, whose water tower has been corrupted by the evil Reapers and their highly toxic tar. After speaking with the woman at the location given on the map, you'll have to run rightward to find the relatively low-lying building with the water pump in question. And not at all surprisingly, it's extremely well-guarded by a contingent of...

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Infamous Mysterious Signal Map

You'll begin this mission atop a building, as shown on the map. When you arrive at the quest marker, you'll get a call from Moya, the mysterious FBI agent or so she claims . She'll tell you that a mysterious signal hence the name of the quest is transmitting from near your location. Naturally, you're going to want to go investigate just what's causing this interference. Use your HUD to find the location of the interference, as it's marked by a sky blue dot. The adjacent building to your east...

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Doing this will allow you to continue with the mission at hand. Trish, Cole's sometimes-girlfriend, will give him a call on the phone. These two are still on good terms with each other, but that won't last for very long, as you will soon find out. Your next destination is Archer Square, near the north end of the borough of Neon the current borough you're in . There is a food drop from the government that landed there, and you're going to go and check it out. And this, my friends, is where you...

Questing in Empire City

Empire City Infamous Map

There are three types of quests in Empire City, and all three of them serve a certain function. While one type of quest is the most important, since it progresses the game's main storyline and are thus necessary to complete to see the end of the game, the other two quest types are important in their own ways, and are worthy of discussion in their own right. The former, however, the main adventure-based quests must be done, though not always in sequence, to progress through the game. These...

Fighting

Fighting your enemies, of which there are many, is done primarily via your special electric-based skillset, though you can use far weaker melee attacks as well usually as a supplement . However, apart from your basic attacks, special skills you learn along the way which are covered in-depth in the Skills section of this guide and differ depending on your character's alignment will remove power from your energy meter. Without this energy, only standard attacks and melee attacks will be allowed,...