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Bioshock Infinite Review: To Infinity and Beyond
on July 20, 2013 at 09:00 AM
When Bioshock came onto the scene in 2007, Ken Levine had created what is easily one of this generation’s masterpieces. Winning many game of the year awards in a year full of stiff competition, it’s hard to imagine developer Irrational creating a game that could live up to the pedigree of...
Bioshock Infinite - Creating a Rift in Itself
on May 22, 2013 at 10:01 PM
The beauty of video games is that they are a type of media that encompasses all other forms of entertainment; literature, cinema, music. As long as it's interactive it's still considered a video game. People complain that visual novels like Katawa Shoujo or cinematic dramas such as Heavy Rain...
BioShock: Infinite - Setting the Bar Sky-High
on May 11, 2013 at 06:53 PM
It seems almost impossible to achieve the greatness of the original BioShock - a game that boasts one of the most artistic, well-developed settings and narratives in video games, and also reminded us that that games have the ability to be just as thought provoking, invigorating, and chilling as movies...
Heresy to Critics Far and Wide, Infinite Has Nothing on even BioShock 2
on April 28, 2013 at 11:38 AM
Don’t be misled by all of my references to the original BioShock. This isn’t solely a comparison to a masterpiece, it’s a review of Infinite. I know it may seem like heresy to critics, especially those at Game Informer, but I was never one of those people that was negative about the...
Bioshock Infinite: Bloody and Brilliant
on April 12, 2013 at 02:42 PM
Bioshock Infinite had some big shoes to fill. The original Bioshock, released in 2007 to both critical acclaim and financial success, is one of the defining games of this console generation. It proved that games could be both artistic and thought provoking while still appealing to a mainstream audience...
An amazing experience that should be played by every gamer
on April 04, 2013 at 04:36 PM
Concept: bring back the Bioshock series in the best way possible that delivers a story worth while. Graphics: Besides some close up muddy textures, Bioshock Infinite is beautiful. Sound: The voices are great and the sounds of guns are accurate. Gameplay: Once you get used to the unique first person gameplay...
Bioshock Infinite console review
on April 02, 2013 at 05:54 PM
This is what I call a perfect game, I never had a problem with glitches or bugs. The story is amazing with a perfect ending that no one will guess, and the gameplay is different but feels like Bioshock. The original Bioshock was one of the greatest games of all time in my opinion with its amazing story...
Hallelujah! A Gaming Savior Has Been Born.
on March 30, 2013 at 01:43 AM
The first Bioshock is a marvel, a true tour de force of a game and I personally credit it for not only renewing my love of video games as a whole, but also teaching me that games can be more than just virtual toys and playgrounds and become interactive artistic landscapes that tell stories in ways no...
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