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Submitted by lifesanrpg 667d ago | news

Irrational's Ken Levine talks possible BioShock Infinite sequel

GameZone writes, "Early previews of BioShock Infinite have praised Irrational Games' ability to create a living, breathing world. If you couldn't tell by the five minute intro released earlier this week, Columbia — a city floating in the sky — is chock full of detail. Needless to say, Columbia — which serves are the primary setting in BioShock Infinite — presents the type of environment that players can spend hours on hours exploring. But could Columbia serve as the setting for a sequel?" (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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