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'BioShock Infinite': 5 Ways It's Different | USA Today

usatoday.com: Just like the original, "Infinite" begins at a lighthouse. The video game's protagonist, an ex-Pinkerton agent named Booker DeWitt, ascends the beacon in 1912 before he's transported through the sky to the city of Columbia, a floating World's Fair that looks like a twisted version of a Norman Rockwell painting. DeWitt's been sent to this American haven to recuse a young woman named Elizabeth. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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