Posts Tagged ‘bioshock infinite’
Oh, we’re in a for a really good month… Yes, March is knocking on the door, spring is approaching, and as the weather improves Games With Gold is giving us three damn good reasons not to step outside the door. Durin...
For fans of the Bioshock Universe, especially those familiar with Rapture, this is an essential extension to the world you know and love.
It was announced today that Bioshock will be returning to Rapture with Infinite’s DLC. Entitled Burial at Sea, you’ll be once again playing as Booker DeWitt, however instead of a PI in a city in the clouds, he’...
Bioshock Infinite is a vast game. Not only in the sheer scale of the world Irrational and Ken Levine have created, but also in narrative concepts too. The following is a HUGELY SPOILERIFIC culmination of my thoughts on the endi...
As the final minutes played out in Bioshock Infinite I sat with my mouth wide open, gaping like a cod fish. Managing to take such a large, all-encompassing story and just pull it off so spectacularly shows the confidence and ta...
Bioshock Infinite is the type of game that comes along maybe once in a generation – it is the pinnacle of storytelling in gaming. The yardstick that all others should be measured by. The game is not perfect. The middle third o...
Set to the thumping backdrop of Nico Vega’s ‘Beast’, the latest Bioshock Infinite Trailer packs in a terrific amount of action and some all new glimpses into the damned city of Columbia and protagonist Booker ...
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