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Submitted by edsmith1990 1193d ago | interview

IBTimes BioShock Infinite Interview: Director Ken Levine Tackles the Beast of America

BioShock Infinite director talks about his creative process, the US election and American History (BioShock: Infinite, PS3, Xbox 360)

Treal-Since  +   1193d ago
Wonderful article.
One of the best gaming interviews/articles I've read in a long time. Great job and thanks for sharing!

The social conscience this game will posses appears magnificent. Along with that, it will help to propel video games /computer games/ interactive entertainment or whatever you want to call our beloved medium into more respectable boundaries.

Video games have the potential to be a de facto source of entertainment consisting of serious and complex ideas, concepts, and beliefs; fine tuned gameplay, interactivity, and features; rich and meaningful stories and characters; great music and sound design. Video games provide an amalgamation of many things that other forms of entertainment cannot string together as successfully. Gaming is a super medium and I'm proud and happy to be a gamer.

I don't buy many games, but I will be purchasing BioInfinite :).

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