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  • Blog Post: Bring us the girl and wipe away the debt

    A phrase you may hear in the latest installment of the Bioshock series. Sounds simple right? Bioshock infinite opens with just this simple task. This game is a clean slate for the Bioshock series. Very few ties remain of the original games as infinite creates a whole new perspective. You play as Booker... More
  • Blog Post: Bioshock Infinite - "The Citizen Kane of video games"

    After the original release of Bioshock Infinite, I couldn’t help but be taken back by the unbelievable amount of praise the game had received; and after playing the game rather extensively and having seen that the game is still receiving praise almost a year after its release, I think it’s... More
  • Blog Post: bioshock infinite short and sweet a great game

    i will make this short and sweet bioshock infinite is a great game It has great gunplay an improvment on its unique plasmids now called vigors,and of course the story. Bioshock gamesare one of the most if not the most tory driven fps. With a badass main character a cast of great side characters and a... More
  • Blog Post: Irrational takes a legendary name to the skies...

    Bioshock Infinite "Irrational takes a legendary name to the skies..." Platforms : PS3, Xbox 360, PC Creator/Producer : Irrational Games ESRB Rating : Mature Genre : First Person Shooter Back when the first Bioshock launched in 2008, it was quickly recognized as one of the greatest and most... More
  • Blog Post: Bioshock Infinite Review: To Infinity and Beyond

    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... More
  • Blog Post: Great game, but it fails to beat the first Bioshock

    It's a good game, but nowhere near as good as the first one was. There are only 8 "vigors," or plasmids, and they get dull fast. Some of them are pointless, and the ones that are useful, like the stuns, only last a few seconds, so they too are practically pointless. The ones that cause... More
  • Blog Post: DownPlay Reviews #11 - Bioshock Infinite

    Alternate dimensions are kind of a secret weapon when it comes to video game storytelling. There are literally infinite possibilities when you start creating other planes of existence, and this can be either a good or a bad thing. The upside to this development is that anything can be drawn from this... More
  • Blog Post: BioShock: Infinite - Setting the Bar Sky-High

    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... More
  • Blog Post: Infinitely Better Than You Can Imagine

    For six years, Ken Levine and Irrational Games have worked under high expectations. In 2007, they released BioShock, a massive critical and commercial success. Succeeding what is widely considered the best game this generation is tough- one need only look at the mediocre BioShock 2 as proof. Concept... More
  • Blog Post: Bioshock Infinite: Bloody and Brilliant

    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... More
  • Blog Post: Kflames (Spoiler-Free) Bioshock Infinite Review

    (THIS REVIEW IS SPOILER-FREE) Im not sure what I was expecting out of Bioshock Infinite. The first Bioshock still stands as one of the greatest of this generation and while the sequel was less than stellar, it was still a solid game even with the lack of Ken Levine involved. However, for whatever reason... More
  • Blog Post: Amazing game with one of the best stories I've ever seen

    Bioshock has many large strengths and very few, small shortcomings. When you first start the game and arrive in the city of Colombia you see an almost perfect life, happy families, friendly people, and a welcoming air. After some exploring you get a cryptic telegram but decide to proceed on anyway. After... More
  • Blog Post: Excellent Game but Graphically Lacking

    By now im sure everyone has played this game. With that said we all know the great points but one this has really stuck out for me. Graphically this game is lacking, I dont mean art assets and designs, I mean how the game looks. Long dev cycles like this create gaps of performance issues that are pretty... More
  • Blog Post: Familiar Bioshock feel, better BioShock game.

    Story: You are Booker DeWitt, a man with a checkered past sent on a mission to rescue Elizabeth, a young and mysterious woman. From the beginning your objective is straight forward, "bring us the girl and wipe away the debt", you are then sent to Columbia to start your search and as soon as... More
  • Blog Post: ps3 move controller review. score based on move controller

    I love BIOSHOCK INFINITE so much i ran out and got the playstation move controller in an attempt to squeeze even more fun out of this game. As far as a review i'll simply say the hype is justified. Theres no point in my mind going over the details of the game, considering the hundreds of reviews... More
  • Blog Post: The Cons Can't Pull the Pros Down

    Unlike most reviewers who talk in their own words about a game during a review, I'm simply going to make an easy to read list of the Pros and Cons I found in Bioshock Infinite. Even though it's a list, it will contain SPOILERS! You have been warned. Pros The story. I dare say you will not find... More
  • Blog Post: As perfect as one can get!

    Going into Infinite I wondered what exactly I was going to get.. Is this in the likes of Bioshock (most likely) or Bioshock 2 (which wasn't all that bad but not great). Well, this is by far the best game I've played in a very, very long time.. Actually, probably since the original was released... More
  • Blog Post: Another Ark, For Another Time

    The first Bioshock released to critical acclaim, an inventive FPS that introduced us to a dystopian underwater world unlike any before, rife with its colorful characters, depravity, and equally influential philosophical theme that brilliantly deconstructed the vision of Ayn Rand using Andrew Ryan as... More
  • Blog Post: Perhaps the Pinnacle of Games

    The feelings that overwhelmed me at the end of this title cannot be expressed in words. One must experience the game in order to understand it! This game beautifully brought together story, graphic quality, and story under one banner! I have been playing games for a very long time, but this game honestly... More
  • Blog Post: Beautiful

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