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BioShock Infinite hands-on: Mysteries in the clouds | Polygon

Polygon: "There's a sense of familiarity to the opening moments of BioShock Infinite: a fear of being lost at sea, an arrival at a desolate tower, a strange journey to a foreign, disconnected city. The parallels between 2007's BioShock and its undersea dystopia Rapture and developer Irrational Games' follow-up, BioShock Infinite, are made clear early." (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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