The lights are on
Most of the gaming world is in blackout mode, avoiding info about BioShock Infinite until it releases tomorrow. If you just want a small taste of what to expect, then this episode of Test Chamber is for you.
GI Editors Joe Juba and Andrew Reiner play through a slice from the early hours of the game, looking at the first guns, powers, and enemies Booker DeWitt encounters in Columbia. We chat about gruesome executions, how Infinite compares to the original BioShock, and why people who spoil story details are worthless human beings. For all that and more, watch the episode for yourself.
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I've waited too damn long for this, but it looks like it'll do more than hold up. I can't wait to pick it up tomorrow.
Short on cash, but seriously considering selling some of my games to get this. 96/100 on metacritic. Wow
Picking this up at midnight tonight! Counting down the hours
Can't wait to pick this up after work tomorrow.
game looks AMAZING! getting it tomorrow finally
Man, I'm so excited about this game. Yet, I can't get it tomorrow. >.<
LOOOOOOOOOOOOKS SOOOOOOOOOO GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD. I was thinking of waiting to get this until a later point in time, but now that it got a 10 I may just have to pick it up within the first week...
One more day! I plan on playing this game almost all day tomorrow. My only break will be for "TuesPlay." Out of thirty critic reviews, fifteen have given Infinite a perfect score. Wow! Wow! Wow!
This is perfect timing for Easter weekend!
Why do most G.I videos lag...
I just went to the wikipedia page for this game and saw all of the perfect or near-perfect scores for this game, and my jaw dropped. I've always had faith that this game would do great, but seeing all of the reviews for it (including Joe's) really rids any of the nervousness I may have had. And after watching this Test Chamber, I can't wait any longer to play it.
There is a legitimate chance that this game could dethrone the original as being my favorite game of this generation.