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Submitted by OllieBoy 969d ago | preview

Hands-on: BioShock Infinite | PlayStation Blog

Sid Shuman writes: In a clever touch, the opening of BioShock Infinite subtly parallels the first moments of the original BioShock. In both games you find yourself adrift in an angry ocean, slowly making your way towards a lighthouse that juts proudly from the sullen sea. The key difference this time is that you don’t plunge into the frigid depths of the Atlantic, but soar far into the heavens above in search of Columbia, a rogue city-state that seceded from the U.S. in an alternate-history version of 1912. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

DigitalRaptor  +   969d ago
All new previews are gonna reveal slight spoilers and this blog post is no different. Even one of the new screenshots can be considered a spoiler if you think about everything in the scene.

About the PS3 version:

"Finally, it’s worth noting that the PS3 version of the game looks sharp and runs smoothly, even when the scenery soars past in the game’s vertigo-inducing Skyhook segments. Load times were infrequent, too"

I'll take his word for now, but we'll see when this thing releases.

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