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Ginx- Preview: Bioshock Infinite

GX:We'll never forget the beauty and horror of Rapture. It was an Art Deco dystopia hidden beneath the waves. It was a dead world, a stage of stark isolation, where our humanity was exchanged for unnatural power. The first Bioshock definitely made an impression. It's been five years now since Irrational Games released their stunning console début, and they've been working on the follow up ever since. But this time we're not going back to Rapture. In Bioshock Infinite, the developers at Irrational Games are going back to the ideas behind Rapture, back to the core concepts that made their original so successful. Let's explore them now in our Preview (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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