Submitted by ChaosKnight 1089d ago | opinion piece

Bioshock Infinite: Now Featuring Harrison Ford

Hardcore Gamer - Lead character Booker DeWitt looks an awful lot like Harrison Ford on the cover art. The coat and general expression are reminiscent of Blade Runner, so much so that it turns out it's the same pose as a publicity still from the film. (BioShock: Infinite, Culture, PS3, Xbox 360)

Griffin4871  +   1089d ago
Bad comparison is bad.
majiebeast  +   1089d ago
Im not seeing it sorry.
XXXL  +   1089d ago
Terrible comparison. Clearly Booker looks like James Earl Jones.
LKHGFDSA  +   1089d ago
I see it. He's even got the bandages on his hand.
sonicsidewinder  +   1089d ago
Try Harder.
rezzah  +   1089d ago
Actually we don't want them to try harder, because then there will be even more pointless articles like this.
r21  +   1089d ago
Its kinda similar to Uncharted 1's cover except Booker is facing the front. See: http://upload.wikimedia.org...
RyuX19  +   1089d ago
Ugh this comparison sucks just like the sites background.
sonicsidewinder  +   1089d ago
"Hardcore Gamer" lmfao.

I bet this baby's never played a game pre-2000 and thinks 'Halo' was the first game made.
pandehz  +   1089d ago
Does snorting salt make you high?
VTKC  +   1088d ago
Harrison ford is not the only one that does that pose with a fire arm. This comparison is not very good.
The face actually reminds me of the actor Michael Fassbender

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