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Preview: BioShock Infinite has "No Difficulty" setting | SGCafe

SGCafe:

In our preview of Ken Levine and Irrational Games’ BioShock Infinite, we check out the first two-and-a-half-hours of this highly-anticipated, story-focused FPS, avoid (as much as possible) comparisons with past BioShock instalments, and tell you why this is one March blockbuster title worth keeping an eye out for – even if you’ve never played any of the previous games.

Better yet, you don’t even need to be a regular first-person-shooter (FPS) gamer to have a good time in BioShock Infinite – on top of the “Easy”, “Medium”, and “Hard” difficulty settings that return from past games, there is now a new “No Difficulty” setting that promises to let casual gamers experience the story and the consequences of their choices at branching points without fear of constantly dying. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

o-Sunny-o  +   554d ago
Better be a hard mode after the first playthrough. I played Bioshocks on both difficulties. On all consoles.

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