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  • Blog Post: Bioshock Infinite The Experience

    Bioshock Infinite! What more do I need to say? Okay perhaps I do need to say a bit more so allow me to elaborate. When I initially heard about Bioshock Infinite I had no intentions of ever playing it. I was in the extremely small minority of people who didn't like the original Bioshock. After about... More
  • Blog Post: Infinitely Awesome

    It’s nice to see that some things are as good as advertised. Before Bioshock Infinite even launched, countless fans expressed their overwhelming excitement, holding the game to almost unrealistically high expectations. For the benefit of gamers everywhere, Bioshock lives up to expectations. This... 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: 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 - Creating a Rift in Itself

    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... More
  • Blog Post: An Amazing Game, but Don't look TO Closely

    I've been waiting for Bioshock Infinite for about 2 years now, and it's everything I have wanted, or at gameplay wise. The story is amazing. I won't talk about it, since it is the main part of the game, and the one that everybody cares about, but it is great, and will definitely give you... More
  • Blog Post: The Best Bioshock Yet

    I loved this game. It had amazing gameplay, and an excellent story. It took me awhile to get into Bioshock, but I beat Bioshock Infinite right away. I couldn't put down the controller. I can't even begin to compare it to Bioshock or Bioshock 2. This game is that good. Plus it has great, likable... More

    BOOOO TO JOE JUBA!! Who apparently jumped the gun too quick to give this game a 10/10. Its far from perfect like he claims, but then again, it doesn't take much for Joe to wet his panties over a game with a few nice graphics. Don't get me wrong, the graphics, music, sounds, & combat are all... 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: A Casual Stroll through the Heavens

    When the original “Bioshock” came out it was heralded as a new stepping stone in gaming. When “Bioshock Infinite” was announced 2 years ago, audiences debated whether lightning could ever strike twice. After multiple delays and months of anticipation, I am happy to say that the... 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: 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: 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: Thrid Time's The Charm

    The original BioShock will always stand amongst my top 3 games of all time, it was one of the first games I felt really demonstrated that games can an actual art form just as much as films or shows can. BioShock was one of the first games to actually really impress me by putting such a huge and heavy... More
  • Blog Post: BioShock Infinite Review: There's Something in the Sky

    What drives a man awaiting his hope to destroy the hope of all that oppose him? The main question that I had going into BioShock Infinite was, "Is this a BioShock game?" The opening moments of the game answered my question. This is a BioShock game. This is a BioShock game that I did not see... More
  • Blog Post: Stunning and revolutionary in every sense

    Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE Bioshock: Infinite is more than just an amazing game. It’s a vision of America’s history, embodying both her greatest achievements and shameful flaws. It’s a story about questioning how drastically a life could have changed had events played... More
  • Blog Post: Bioshock Infinite console review

    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... More
  • Blog Post: Sky-High Ambitions Grounded By Traditional Ideas

    How do you quantify something as unprecedented as Bioshock Infinite? This is a game that holds itself and the medium to a higher standard, while simultaneously shackling itself in the chains of video games passed. It asks questions that few games dare ask, but it also tries very hard to fit within the... More
  • Blog Post: Bioshock Infinite Review: Dewitt's Finest Hour

    When Bioshock Infinite was first announced back in 2010, I was more than skeptical. A Bioshock game that didn't take place in Rapture? A Bioshock game without Big Daddies? What was Ken Levine thinking? He took one of my favorite games and removed EVERYTHING I loved most about it. I went through through... More
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