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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 913d ago | interview

The Big Ideas of BioShock Infinite

IGN: Irrational Games has always layered its adventures with big ideas, thought-provoking complex themes that challenge our intellects. BioShock Infinite is no exception. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Conzul  +   913d ago
That's what struck me when I first started the original Bioshock. I was blown away that a game could combine philosophy, political commentary, religious commentary, and not be downright boring.
joab777  +   913d ago
Wow...great article. this is the game that has been at the top of my list since it was announced. It looks so good, like its a step or 10 above everything else.

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