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Submitted by Aclay 932d ago | interview

Interview: Ken Levine on American History, Racism in BioShock Infinite

PCGamer- In between gathering good and ungood impressions of BioShock Infinite during my hands-on last week, I had a chance to talk with creative director Ken Levine about the game’s interesting expression of American history and social issues like racism. (BioShock: Infinite, Ken Levine, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

medman  +   932d ago
Good interview.

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