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Destructoid Preview: BioShock Infinite goes beyond our sky high expectations

Destructoid writes:

Just like heaven

BioShock Infinite begins much as the original begins: a mysterious man, lost at sea, on a mission that starts at a lighthouse and leads to who knows where. But then, the player ascends up toward the heavens, or at least what a citizen of the flying city Columbia calls, “the closest you can get to heaven.” (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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