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Bioshock Infinite: Three hours in Columbia, Irrational’s brave new world | EDGE

EDGE: "Our first proper three-hour journey through Columbia is also the first opportunity to spend some quality time with Booker, and to gain a measure of how much impact a fully voiced player character with a backstory and motivation of his own will have on the series. After being dropped off at a suspiciously familiar lighthouse at the start of the game, we discover Booker’s quest to save Elizabeth has a selfish motivation." (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Perjoss  +   853d ago
goty
BanBrother  +   853d ago
Yes, it is a very strong contender already. Well, at least as much as the other unreleased titles.

Can't wait to see how good it looks on my 55 inch TV when I am falling down trying to catch a sky-hook (whatever they are called....Nissan?)
MasterCornholio  +   853d ago
What impresses me the most about this game is the facial animations. Elizabeth face looks incredible when she trys to heal the wounded horse.

BTW she has a nice rack. Hubba hubba.
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