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Why We're Excited About 2013: BioShock Infinite | 1UP

1UP: "Part of the brilliance of the first BioShock was its claustrophobic setting. The fractured undersea utopia of Rapture was inherently creepy; its walls barely containing the unbelievable pressure of an ocean's worth of water. But after two iterations under the big blue, BioShock Infinite heads for the clouds. The comparatively wide-open spaces of the floating city are deceiving, though. Sunshine-filled air notwithstanding, Columbia appears every bit the equal in its depiction of the consequences of elitism and xenophobia." (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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