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Submitted by Froszti 832d ago | preview

HCgamer: Bioshock Infinite - preview

The first BioShock much messed games on the market, as soon as it appeared. Gentlemen of Irrational Games served to players familiar genre in a completely different form. That's why the game was so many customers, quickly becoming a cult title clearly odciskającym their mark on the history of video games. "Big Daddy" suffered the honor of becoming a subculture icon players, which over time came to be as popular as mustachioed plumber. Will this time be able to create an epoch-making work that shine in the firmament of hits of all time? Taking into account the expectations of the players and the entire envelope around BioShock Infinite is safe to say that the pressure on the artists is huge and they can not make any, even the smallest mistake. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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